“Forgotten Hollywood”- Countdown to James Bond!

Posted on September 25, 2012 by raideoman1 | No Comments

Manny P. here…

   Today is the day! All 22 James Bond films are available on Blu-ray. Since it’s a limited edition, I suggest you don’t wait to grab this unique box set. Amazon is carrying the collection.


   Everything Or Nothing: The Untold Story Of 007 feature documentary premieres on October 1st, with the official release on October 5th in the United Kingdom at participating Odeon Cinemas. This is the quintessential story of the James Bond cinematic achievement, now 50 years old! The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences will pay homage to  memorable title songs and indelible scores that have become as celebrated as the character’s many exploits. A retrospective is also scheduled on October 5th at their Wilshire location.


   Fans of Hal Roach Studios will have a chance to enjoy rare two-reelers at The Barn. Hollywood Heritage is co-sponsoring the event, sure to tickle your funny bone. This enchanted evening takes place October 11th.

   The Sons of the Desert is an international  Laurel & Hardy Appreciation Society. The silent film revue is a traveling road show with a planned stop  to entertain its Hollywood Chapter, and the public is also invited to attend. 16mm prints will be screened from seven movie archives.

   The doors will open at 6:30p, with their official meeting and film fest to begin at 7:15p. A nominal $10 admission fee is the cost for your night of nostalgia.

   While visiting The Barn, might I suggest you pick up both copies of the Forgotten Hollywood Book Series. They can be found at the front of the building in their gift shop.

Until next time>                               “never forget”

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