“Forgotten Hollywood”- My Work is at Home in an Art Gallery!

Posted on December 19, 2011 by raideoman1 | No Comments

Manny P. here…

   Forgotten Hollywood Forgotten History has found an impressive home at an art salon. Located in Huntington Beach, the Pierside Gallery has a capital collection of original prints and reproductions. I was personally impressed with  their selected works of Thomas Kinkade.

   My paperback fits in quite well with the intentional Southern California motif, with an ideal emphasis on our surfside communities, local sports memorabilia, and a surprising appreciation for Hollywood’s Golden Age. While there, I found an accumulation of posters with lively scenes from Gone with the Wind, The Wizard of Oz, King Kong, among others. I’m proud my book is part of their initial literary acquistions.

   The Pierside Gallery, celebrating 20 years, is located at 7777 Edinger Ave., Suite 174, in the Bella Terra Shopping Center. For a complete listing of their treasured artist-exhibitions, please visit their website at:


   This is a unique Orange County spot to find that one-of-a-kind holiday gift at an affordable price, including nicely displayed copies of Forgotten Hollywood Forgotten History.


   Many thanks to the Orlando Bulletin.com website for picking up my Jerry Lewis-blog over the weekend. They ran the story, making me feel a bit like Gary Lycan, my favorite newspaper columnist…

 Until next time>                               “never forget”

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