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[Vidal novel] Hollywood is the fifth historical novel in Gore Vidal`s Narratives of Empire series. It was published in 1990. It brings back the fictional Caroline Sanford, Blaise Sanford and James Burden Day and the real Theodore Roosevelt and William Randolph Hearst from Empire (the fourth novel in the series). Events are seen through the
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[Jay-Z song] "Hollywood" is a song recorded by American recording artist Jay-Z for his ninth studio album, Kingdom Come (2006). The song features Jay-Z`s now-wife, American recording artist Beyoncé Knowles. It was composed by Jay-Z, Shaffer Smith, and Reggie "Syience" Perry. "Hollywood" is a disco-influenced R&B song with lyrics that detai
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A collective term used to describe the output of the mainstream US film industry, which was originally established in the town of Hollywood, California. Since then, Hollywood has effectively become a suburb of Los Angeles, and many studios are no longer based there, but the term remains widely used.
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adjective flashy and vulgar; `young white women dressed Hollywood style`; `Hollywood philandering`
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adjective of or relating to the film industry in the United States; `a Hollywood actor`
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noun the film industry of the United States
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district within the city of Los Angeles, California, U.S., whose name is synonymous with the American film industry. Lying northwest of downtown Los ... [8 related articles]
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city, Broward county, southeastern Florida, U.S. It lies along the Atlantic Ocean, about 15 miles (25 km) north of Miami. The site was covered with ...
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[graphics chip] Hollywood is the name of the graphics processing unit (GPU) used in Nintendo`s Wii video game console. It was designed by AMD`s graphics division, ATI, and is manufactured using the same 90 nm CMOS process as the "Broadway" processor. Very few official details were released to the public by Nintendo, ATI, or IBM. The Hollywo
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[Little Birdy album] Hollywood is the second studio album by Australian indie rock band Little Birdy. The album was recorded in Los Angeles and by produced by John King (one half of legendary production duo The Dust Brothers who has produced Beck and the Beastie Boys) and engineer Clif Norrell. The first single released from the album was "
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[Africa] "Hollywood (Africa)" is a song by The Red Hot Chili Peppers, released as a single from their 1985 album, Freaky Styley. It is a cover of the song "Africa" by The Meters, from their album Rejuvenation. To the producer of Freaky Styley, George Clinton, the song was one of his favorites on the album. He used to visit the gigs of the R
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[Bukowski novel] Hollywood (ISBN 0876857659) is a 1989 novel by Charles Bukowski which fictionalizes his experiences surrounding the film Barfly. This book traces the experience of the fictional screenwriter Chinaski from his writing of the screenplay through to its completion. He is actively involved only as screenplay writer. Bukowski did
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[Madonna song] "Hollywood" is a song by American singer-songwriter Madonna. The song was written and produced by Madonna and Mirwais Ahmadzaï for her ninth studio album, American Life (2003). It was released as the second single from the album on July 14, 2003 by Maverick Records. "Hollywood" is a folk rock song that lyrically refers and c
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[Tri-Rail station] ==History== === Seaboard Air Line Railway === The original station, which is used solely by Amtrak, is a former Seaboard Air Line Railway depot designed in the prevalent Mediterranean Revival style by Gustav Maass of the West Palm Beach architectural firm Harvey & Clarke. Although the first Seaboard passenger train arrive
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[documentary] Hollywood (also known as Hollywood: A Celebration of the American Silent Film) is a 1980 documentary series produced by Thames Television which explored the establishment and development of the Hollywood studios and its impact on 1920s culture. ==Synopsis== The series consisted of thirteen one hour episodes, with each episode
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[disambiguation] Hollywood is a district in Los Angeles, United States, often referred to as the center of the U.S. film industry. Hollywood may also refer to: ==Places== ===Asia=== === Canada === ===United Kingdom & Ireland=== ===United States=== ==People== === Fictional characters === ==Music== ===Albums=== ===Songs=== ==Film, television
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Though Hollywood is considered by some to be the film capital of the world, this is no longer the case. During the early part of the twentieth century the Motion Picture Patents Company (1909) attempted to gain a monopolistic control over the film industry, specifically in New York and the East Coast. Producers moved West and discovered cheap land,
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District in the city of Los Angeles, California; the centre of the US film industry from 1911, when the first film studio was established on Sunset Boulevard. It is the home of film studios such as Twentieth Century Fox, MGM, Paramount, Columbia Pictures, United Artists, Disney, and Warner Bros. Many film stars' homes are situated nearby in...
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[Collective Soul song] "Hollywood" is the first single from Collective Soul`s seventh studio album Afterwords, written by Joel Kosche and Ed Roland. It is co-produced by Anthony J. Resta and was mixed at Studio Bopnique Musique in Boston MA. The song was used as the theme song for the seventh season of American Idol. ...
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[Metra] Hollywood Station is the main stop for the Brookfield Zoo. It was originally built in 1893 when Samuel Eberly Gross, a Chicago lawyer, began selling building lots platted from farms and woodlands he had acquired along both sides of the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad line. He did the same thing with the current Brookfield stat
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[video game] Hollywood is a creative writing game released in 1995 by Theatrix Interactive. Users input text and can watch the characters read it. The game features a choice of 24 scenes and multiple cartoon animal characters. Having been released for more than a decade and its original developer defunct, this software is now considered aba
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[Marina and the Diamonds song] "Hollywood" is the second single from Marina and the Diamonds` debut studio album, The Family Jewels. It was released on 1 February 2010, followed by the album`s release three weeks later on 22 February 2010. ==Background== When asked why "Hollywood" was chosen as a single in an interview with the BBC News web
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[1923 film] Hollywood (1923) was a silent comedy film directed by James Cruze, co-written by Frank Condon and Thomas J. Geraghty, and released by Paramount Pictures. The film is a lengthier feature follow up to Paramount`s own short film exposé of itself, A Trip to Paramountown from 1922. The film has become famous as having featured cameo
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[programming language] Hollywood is a commercially distributed programming language developed by Andreas Falkenhahn (Airsoft Softwair) which mainly focuses on the creation of multimedia-oriented applications. Hollywood is available for AmigaOS (68k), AmigaOS 4 (PPC), MorphOS, WarpOS, AROS and Windows. There are currently no versions for Mac
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