“Forgotten Hollywood”- TCM Tours Los Angeles…

Posted on February 21, 2014 by raideoman1 | No Comments

Manny P. here…

TCM Tour   Join Turner Classic Movies for the ultimate movie lover’s tour in Hollywood. As part of TCM’s 20th Anniversary Celebration, the tour is FREE to fans. Please note that it’s first-come, first served — limited availability. Ticket does not guarantee admission.

   Ticket holders will meet in the forecourt of the Chinese Theatre at the Starline ticket booth. The tour is three hours long and will visit parts of Hollywood, Downtown, and Echo Park. It’s open to the public March 8th-April 6th, and exclusive to TCM Film Festival pass holders  April 9th-14th.

   A veteran Hollywood Starline tour guide will provide the kind of expert commentary and behind-the-scenes insights TCM is known for; with numerous film clips and photos to help visitors envision historic downtown, the original locations of the first movie studios, and other film sites of interest (including Hollywood High School where Lana Turner and Judy Garland attended). Video segments featuring TCM host Ben Mankiewicz provide additional insights.


cinecon50_titlecard   I’ve just been invited to the historic Cinecon 50 over Labor Day weekend. What makes this three-day book signing event so special — Cinecon is celebrating its 50th birthday. Of course, I’ll be signing copies of Forgotten Hollywood Forgotten History and Son of Forgotten Hollywood Forgotten History to visitors interested in reading my book series.

   Once again, the locale for this wonderful event is the Memorabilia Show on the 3rd floor of the Loew’s Hollywood Hotel, at the corner of Hollywood and Highland.

   I hope you join me for cinematic history-in-the-making!

Until next time>                               “never forget”

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