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The following is a list of scheduled events. This list is not final and is subject to change. Detailed information on these events will be provided as we get closer to them.

 

 Click Here for more information on "Evening @ The Barn"


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.

COMING EVENTS

AT THE HOLLYWOOD HERITAGE MUSEUM  -

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The Museum Committee of Hollywood Heritage

will hold its July Meeting Saturday, July 5th at 10:00 am

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

The volunteers of The Museum Committee of Hollywood Heritage supervises tours, programs, and exhibitions. If you are interested in these activities, attending the meeting is an excellent way to learn what the organization is about and to become part of the Hollywood Heritage Team.


Tiki Night
Saturday,  June 28th
Polynesian Dancing from 5:00 pm
at film clips and program at 7:30 pm
Egyptian Theatre, Hollywood

Start with King Kukulele & the Friki Tikis and The Polynesian Paradise Dancers, enjoy a no-host bar and vendors in the Eygptian Theatre forecourt and then move on to the film clips and screening of "Plastic Paradise: A Swingin' Trip through America's Polynesian Obsession," with a discussion following the film by the filmmakers, Gaspar González and Brett O'Rourke.

Other guests include Luis I. Reyes, co-author of "The Hawaiian Movie and Television Book"

Hollywood Heritage Members can buy tickets for $8.00 at the door.  Non-Members should go to the Cinematheque Website HERE

- Discounted tickets are not available online -

Chamber pic

Tuesday, July 1st, 2014

5pm - 8pm

The Hollywood Chamber of Commerce Presents a Centennial Party for "The Squaw Man"

at the Hollywood Heritage Museum - 2100 N. Highland Ave.

The event will include special presentations of Hollywood History from authors and historians followed by a celebration highlighting the 1914 atmosphere with antique cars and fire truck, photo stations, Barbeque, Horses, Face Painting, Games, Beer & Wine, Ice Cream Station, Kids Entertainment, Silent Film recreations with YOU as the star,

Admission for Chamber and Hollywood Heritage Members in good standing is free with 2 guests, Non-members are $10 for adults and kids under 10 for free.

Please register online at www.hollywoodchamber.net/events

Complimentrary Parking. Guests must enter Lot D off of Odin St.

2014 SUTS
Paramount Ranch 27th Annual
"Silents Under the Stars" Series
Sunday, July 20, 2014 - 8pm - CHARLIE CHAPLIN'S TRAMP CENTENNIAL (1914)

Celebrating 100 years of cinema's most iconic character, Charlie Chaplin's "little tramp", with a screening of several of his earliest comedies including the first film released with the tramp character, KID AUTO RACES AT VENICE (1914) made at Keystone, MABEL'S MARRIED LIFE (1914) co-starring Mabel Normand, THE MASQUERADER (1914) featuring Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle and Chaplin in drag, as well as THE IMMIGRANT (1917) and THE ADVENTURER (1917) from Chaplin's Mutual films period.

Sunday, August 17, 2014 – 7:30pm  -THE LAST WARNING (1929)

starring Laura La Plante, Montague Love, Margaret Livingston and John Boles. Directed by Paul Leni. A Universal Picture.

"The picture of a thousand thrills!” Five years after a leading actor was murdered, a closed theater reopens with a new production of the fatal play with what remains of the original cast. Throughout rehearsals “ghostly” happenings serve to frighten off the cast even as they struggle to discover the identity of the original murderer.

Surprise short subjects will be shown before each feature.  All films will feature live musical accompaniment by Michael Mortilla and will be presented on authentic 16mm projectors.

Please click HERE for more information