In 1923, one of Hollywood’s most famous landmarks was created. The HOLLYWOOD sign, which originally said HOLLYWOODLAND, was built for only $21,000 over the Hollywood Hills. The famous sign was originally created to help raise home sales in Beachwood Canyon.
Read the rest of this entry »
- In: Flickchart Film School
- Tags: A Woman of Paris, Buster Keaton, Cecil B. Demille, Charlie Chaplin, Charlton Heston, Dave and Max Fleischer, Fred C. Newmeyer, Harold Lloyd, Lee de Forest, Lon Chaney, Mildred Davis, Our Hospitality, Safety Last!, Sam Taylor, Sherlock Jr, The Covered Wagon, The Einstein Theory of Relativity, The Gold Diggers, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, The Pilgrim, The Ten Commandments, Warner Bros.