The Hollywood Museum Exhibits Annual Celebration of Entertainment Awards

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The Hollywood Museum. Photo credit: Bill Dow Photography
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Hollywood Museum Founder and President Donelle Dadigan and Academy Award Winner George Chakiris. Photo credit: Clinton H. Wallace for Demi Goddess Chronicle

Hollywood Museum Founder and President Donelle Dadigan and Academy Award Winner George Chakiris. Photo credit: Clinton H. Wallace for Demi Goddess Chronicle

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

By: Christy Oldham

February 17th, 2016, Hollywood- The Hollywood Museum has once again opened its doors to present the annual Celebration of Entertainment Awards exhibit to showcase costumes, props, iconic images and special art from the best of this year’s film and TV shows. Located in the historic Max Factor building, fans also walked past dresses worn by Marilyn Monroe and Lucille Ball and Oscar® statuettes to find in this year’s exhibit amazing set pieces and wardrobe from The Big Short, The Danish Girl, Brooklyn, Trumbo,  Inside Out,  Peanuts, as well as Orange is the New Black, The Good Wife, Walking Dead, Bessie, Mad Men, Transparent and House of Lies.

Lee Purcell. Photo credit: Clinton H. Wallace for Demi Goddess Chronicle

Lee Purcell. Photo credit: Clinton H. Wallace for Demi Goddess Chronicle

 

Open to the public from February 17 through May 1st, this brilliant exhibit illustrates the enchantment and bigger than life talent from movies and television, just in time for the 88th Academy Awards.

Anson Williams and Barry Livingston. Photo credit: Clinton H. Wallace for Demi Goddess Chronicle

Anson Williams and Barry Livingston. Photo credit: Clinton H. Wallace for Demi Goddess Chronicle

Hollywood Museum Info:

REGULAR HOURS: WednesdaySunday: 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
TICKETS: $15 Adults: $12 Seniors (62+): $12 for students with ID and $5 Children under 5.
ADDRESS: 1660 N. Highland Ave. (at Hollywood Blvd.), Los Angeles, CA 90028
MUSEUM INFO: www.TheHollywoodMuseum.com

Tel: (323) 464-7776
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“It was the thrill of a lifetime to receive both the Golden Globe and the Academy Award and I am reliving that thrill now to have both on display at The Hollywood Museum over 50 years later,” says George Chakiris (Westside Story).

“I am so glad I was able to share this experience with my daughters tonight,” remarks Anson Williams (Happy Days). “The history we are sharing is amazing. Its like Disneyland for entertainment. You can’t possibly see it all.  We will have to come back.”

 

Dawn Wells and Tom LaBonge. Photo credit: Clinton H. Wallace for Demi Goddess Chronicle

Dawn Wells and Tom LaBonge. Photo credit: Clinton H. Wallace for Demi Goddess Chronicle

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

George Chakiris. Photo credit: Clinton H. Wallace for Demi Goddess Chronicle

George Chakiris. Photo credit: Clinton H. Wallace for Demi Goddess Chronicle

 

Academy Award from West Side Story. Photo credit: Bill Dow Photography

Academy Award from West Side Story. Photo credit: Bill Dow Photography

Kristos Andrews, Celeste Fianna and Gregori J. Martin. Photo credit: Clinton H. Wallace for Demi Goddess Chronicle

Kristos Andrews, Celeste Fianna and Gregori J. Martin. Photo credit: Clinton H. Wallace for Demi Goddess Chronicle

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Hollywood Museum. Photo credit: Bill Dow Photography

The Hollywood Museum. Photo credit: Bill Dow Photography

 

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christy oldham
About christy oldham
Christy Oldham is an acclaimed multi-hyphenate- a director, screenwriter, producer and actress. Her headlining credit includes the feature film "Barracuda" (Released in 2014 by Maverick Entertainment Group) which earned her critical filmmaker acclaim including 3 Best Picture awards at multiple U.S. film festivals. In 2012, she founded the film production company Demi Goddess Pictures and its subsidiary media arm Demi Goddess Chronicle- with both companies creating content that champions woman empowerment. She is also a published author and entrepreneur. In 2006, she opened the Los Angeles pet care business Healthy Dogs Pet Sitting Service- a company that provides a number of services to some of Hollywood’s biggest names. She penned and self-published the book "Christy Oldham’s Manual to a Happy & Healthy Dog" and donates on-going proceeds from book sales to various animal rights groups and charity’s. Additionally, she is the author of the fictional literary foray "Finley & The Emerald Volcano: The Search for the Missing Cauldron" (volume one in a series) that she also self-published and adapted into screenplay. "Finley" is currently in development as a movie. In 2016, she directed 3 episodes of "Vape Warz", a post-apocalyptic web series (season one) that she also wrote and produced, and that has guest appearances by pop icons Ron Jeremy and Jeff "The Dude" Dowd aka The Big Lebowski. "Vape Warz" is now streaming in Japan, Germany, UK and USA on AMAZON Video Direct with season two in development. Christy lives in Los Angeles.

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