The Hollywood Museum will delight any movie and TV fan. Visitors can discover around 10,000 treasures connected with iconic movies and shows, such as scripts, costumes, posters, photos, props, and cars.
Actress Fran Drescher with Donelle Dadigan president and founder of The Hollywood Museum and Peter Marc Jacobson President Executive Producer of the TV Show The Nanny.
Four floors packed with vintage memorabilia celebrate the richness of American cinema and TV. Marilyn Monroe’s million dollar-dress and Elvis Presley’s personal bathrobe are there, along with artifacts from Superman, Rocky, Star Trek, Transformers, Glee, High School Musical, The Sopranos, Baywatch, Jaws, The Silence of the Lambs, The Planet of the Apes, Harry Potter, and countless other popular productions.
Recently, the museum honored late actress and comedian Betty White, in celebration of her 101st birthday, with a special exhibit.
The Hollywood Museum is housed within the historic Max Factor Building, located at 1660 N. Highland Ave. in Hollywood, California. It was here where Max Factor, once Hollywood’s king of makeup, created looks for Golden Era stars, including Joan Crawford, Bette Davis, Katharine Hepburn, Judy Garland, Mae West and Jean Harlow. This is where Marilyn Monroe became a blonde and Lucille Ball became a redhead!
The building, an art deco gem, was designed by famed architect S. Charles Lee, who also was the creator of many grand motion picture theaters in Los Angeles, as well as hotels and other signature buildings in this city and elsewhere in California.
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