“Forgotten Hollywood”- I’m Back at Cinecon 52

Posted on August 27, 2016 by raideoman1 | No Comments

Manny P. here…

   For over half a century, cinephiles have gathered over Labor Day Weekend to celebrate the movies at the annual Cinecon Classic Film Festival. It’s where archivists, collectors, film fans, and of course, authors gather for five days of classic film screenings, special programs, celebrity guests, and the best movie memorabilia show in the nation. Cinecon is dedicated to showcasing unusual films that are rarely given public screenings.


   Loews Hollywood Hotel is the host, with all screenings taking place at the historic Egyptian Theatre on Hollywood Blvd. This year’s Cinecon 52 is excited to present a special screening of the new restoration of King of Jazz. Paul Whiteman and his orchestra headline an all-star cast in this lavish 1930 musical revue, filmed in two-strip Technicolor.

 download (4)  As a special attraction to the Memorabilia Show, the exciting book signing event is back. Several authors will be on hand throughout the weekend. All types of books are represented: actor and director biographies, comprehensive studio histories, pictorials, and more. For a complete list of authors, click (or cut-and-paste) the link below:


   After a one year absence, I’m back with my Forgotten Hollywood Book Series. My visit is Thursday (09/01) at Loews Hollywood Hotel in the 2nd Floor Banquet Room from 2p to 6p.

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   We will see you this year at Cinecon 52!


   Son of Forgotten Hollywood Forgotten History reached an important milestone in sales with 1500 total purchases. What put me over were sales at the Del Mar – Solana Beach Rotary Club in San Diego. They meet weekly for a sunrise breakfast.

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   My second paperback resonates with demographics of this fine international organization.

Until next time>                               “never forget”

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