Just after the turn of the 20th century, the motion picture industry moved to the West Coast, and the largest land of make-believe was created in Hollywood, California. From the silent-era beginnings of primitive, open-air stages to the fabled back lots of the studios’ heyday, Hollywood Studios presents a bygone era of magical moviemaking in rare postcards. Assembled from the author’s private collection, these images from the Chaplin Studios to Metro-Goldwyn Mayer depict an insider’s look back at the dream factories known as the Hollywood studios.
Author Bio: Tommy Dangcil, born and raised in Hollywood, has a bachelor of arts degree in radio/television/film from California State University, Los Angeles. Currently a Hollywood Local 728 studio electrical lighting technician, his feature film credits include Munich, Good Night and Good Luck, Syriana, Hidalgo, and Training Day. This is his second book in Arcadia Publishing’s Postcard History Series, following Hollywood: 1900–1950 in Vintage Postcards.
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