REMINDER: The Hollywood Heritage Museum has a capacity of 110 persons. Once the capacity is reached, we will not be able to seat anyone else. Please arrive early so you won't be disappointed.
AT THE HOLLYWOOD HERITAGE MUSEUM -
The Museum Committee
of Hollywood Heritage
will hold its December Meeting at 10:00 am
on Saturday December 7th. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer
at the museum, please consider attending, or contacting Richard Adkins at
818 762-6608 or at this email address
4TH AT 7:30 PM
Co-Presented by Hollywood Heritage and the American Cinematheque, with the support of the DeMille Foundation.
Join us for the 15th anniversary of the grand re-opening of the Egyptian Theatre and the 90th Anniversary of THE TEN COMMANDMENTS.
The film willbe presented with live musical accompaniment by a string-and-horn ensemble led by Cliff Retallick,
whose brand-new score will transport you back to biblical Egypt and the roaring '20s!
This presentation is part of a year-long celebration of the Lasky-DeMille partnership and the Anniversary of
the release of their first film, "The Squaw Man" which was released in February of 1914 as the first feature-length Western
film shot in Hollywood by what was to become a major studio, Paramount Pictures Corporation.
To purchase tickets online - click HERE
12:00 NOON - 4:00 PM
Afternoon With the Authors
at the Hollywood Heritage Museum
2100 N. Highland Ave., Hollywood
Hollywood Heritage Museum sponsors our second
"Afternoon With the Authors," a no-admission charge event and
an opportunity to hear
authors speaking about their books and to buy a book as a holiday gift for that special person who loves Hollywood History. You can also have your book signed by the author and then have it gift wrapped for FREE!
Robert S. Birchard - "Cecil B. DeMille's Hollywood," "Tom Mix, King of the Cowboys"
Stanley Dyrector - "Shedding Light on the Hollywood Blacklist"
Chuck Harter - "Elf - A Celebration of Harry Langdon"
Rosemary Lord - "Hollywood, Then and Now,"
"Los Angeles, Then and Now"
Mary Mallory - "Hollywoodland"
Manny Pacheco - "Forgotten Hollywood History,"
"Son of Forgotten Hollywood History"
Darrell Rooney, Mark Vieira - "Harlow in Hollywood"
Marc Wanamaker - "Early Paramount Studios"
Donald Seligman - "Los Feliz and the Silent Film Era"
Charles Ziarko- "MGM: Saving the Best for Last"
Brian Taves "Thomas Ince, Hollywood
11th AT 7:30 PM
On December 29th, 1913, filming began on Hollywood's first feature length western motion picture, "The Squaw Man". To kick off what will be the centennial year of the film in the building where Jesse L. Lasky and Cecil B. DeMille made the film, Hollywood Heritage is hosting an in-depth presentation of Hollywood's earliest years with a distinguished panel of film historians and authors who will speak on the following topics:
ROBERT S. BIRCHARD
The Jesse L. Lasky Feature Play Company
The Burns and Revier Studio
Hollywood Wjem tje Movies Came to Town
Moviemaking in Los Angeles and Hollywood
The program will also feature a screening of that first film, "The Squaw Man," 1914, which is the directorial debut of Cecil B. DeMille.
Tickets can be purchased online HERE
14th starting at 11:30 AM
BRUNCH AND A MOVIE!
Please join Hollywood Heritage for a special brunch as part of the Lasky-DeMille Centennial celebration. Grub Restaurant is catering the meal at the Lasky-DeMille Barn, the place where they filmed their first movie in 1913, now The Hollywood Heritage Museum.
Following the brunch, Hollywood Heritage's own George Kiel will be taking participants on a guided tour down Highland Avenue to the Egyptian Theatre where the American Cinematheque will be presenting a rare screening of the epic 1949 film, "Samson & Delilah" directed by Cecil B. DeMille.
The full schedule is as follows:
11:30 AM - 1:30 PM Brunch will be served at the museum
1:30 PM - 2:15 PM Walking Tour to the Egyptian Theatre
2:30 PM - 4:45 PM Screening of "Samson & Delilah"
Brunch tickets are sold through Brown Paper Tickets, but movie tickets
are sold through the American Cinematheque Box Office and Fandango - So...
To Reserve Brunch Reservations at The Hollywood Heritage Museum click HERE
For Ticket information for "Samson & Delilah" click HERE