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Hollywood Starland 1937
This late 1930's "Hollywood Starland" map - not to be confused with the neighborhood of Hollywood - highlights the various parts of Los Angeles associated with the film industry. It includes beautiful portraits of the stars as well as tourist draws, studios (United Artists, Columbia, Paramount, RKO, Selznick, Hal Roach and MGM), true landmarks such as the Marion Davies’s 110-room beach house or the Trocadero on Sunset, the Coconut Grove in the Ambassador Hotel, the swanky Café LaMaze or the Cotton Club in Culver City. Also shown are tony eateries including Perinos, the Brown Derby, Al Levy’s, Sardis, the Cock & Bull and Bit O’ Sweden. Also depicted are golf courses and the dazzling pads of the nouveau-riche stars of the silver screen. The map also reminds the viewer of some of the Los Angeles landmarks lost to time such as the “Deauville Club” and its Grand Castle on the shore in Santa Monica, the Victor McLaglen Field near Griffith Park, and Thelma Todd’s Café. The full title of the map is: 'Hollywood starland : official moviegraph of the land of stars, where they live, where they work and where they play'.
This vintage map comes in 4 sizes on archival Epson Enhanced Matte Paper. They are made to fit into the standard sizes listed (see sample photo for sizes above) each with a proportional white border for matting.
*FRAMES ARE FOR DISPLAY PURPOSES ONLY AND ARE NOT INCLUDED WITH THIS PRINT*
16 x 16 inches - $25.00
20x20 inches - $35.00
24x24 inches - $45.00
36x36 inches - $75.00
During the restoration process, we pay great attention to matching the colors to the original maps. Please note that your computer screen might display slightly different colors than our professionally calibrated monitors.
All maps are shipped rolled in a rigid tube.
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