Featured memorabilia includes Hal Roach’s honorary 1984 Oscar®, a Hal Roach Studios camera, Stan Laurel’s personal favorite Fedora, props from Sons of the Desert (1933), Harold Lloyd’s makeup case, glasses and rare film posters and photos.
Sons of the Desert (http://www.laurelandhardywood.com/)
The Hollywood Museum in the Historic Max Factor Building, 1660 N. Highland Ave. (at Hollywood Blvd.) Hollywood, CA
July 5 – August 31, 2014 / Wednesday – Sunday 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Bob Satterfield, President of Sons of the Desert Society, Richard W. Bann, Laurel & Hardy historian and preservationist, and Steve Nycklemoe, The Hollywood Museum curator are available for interviews.
ABOUT THE HOLLYWOOD MUSEUM IN THE HISTORIC MAX FACTOR BUILDING: The Hollywood Museum in the Historic Max Factor Building houses over 10,000 real showbiz treasures and the most extensive collection of Hollywood costumes, star cars, props, posters, photographs and memorabilia in the world with over 100 years of Hollywood history. From Marilyn Monroe’s costumes, the official Walk of Fame Exhibit to Hannibal Lecter’s jail cell movie set from The Silence of the Lambs. The Hollywood Museum is also home to Max Factor’s world-famous makeup rooms where Marilyn Monroe received her famous blonde locks and Lucille Ball first donned her famous red hair. The Hollywood Museum is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
Located at 1660 N. Highland Ave. (at Hollywood Blvd), Hollywood, CA 90028 (323) 464-7776
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