'Gates to Fantasy: entrance to Universal Studios, Hollywood, Los Angeles.' by Lonely Planet Images
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Julie Andrews and Dick Van Dyke in the rehearsal choreography of Mary Poppins (4)
Dick Van Dyke as Bert. His suit was in Sid's at Disney's Hollywood Studios a few years ago. My brother and I just stared at it, it was like seeing a childhood hero in person.
Clint Eastwood's new baseball drama Trouble with the Curve faces plenty of competition on the field this weekend and could find itself in a close race for No. 1 with Jennifer Lawrence horror-thriller House at the End of the Street.
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Recently, We posted some amazing photos of The Most Majestic Libraries around the world. Now, I suggest you to take a look at the impressively designed movie theaters. Some of these cinemas have interesting history, has survived bombings and fires, were demolished and restored, but still preserved their uniqueness. These theaters have been recognized not only for …
On the set of Mary Poppins
Walt Disney at Mary Poppins premiere.
This whimsical example of “Storybook Style” architecture is a restaurant called the Tam O'Shanter Inn. It opened in June 1922 by the founders of Van de Kamp's Bakeries and is still around, making it Los Angeles’ oldest restaurant that has remained in the same location under the same ownership. It is located in the Los Feliz area, just a few miles away from Walt Disney’s Hyperion Studio. Disney himself and his lead animators often frequented the place.
Disney blamed himself for his mother’s death. After ‘Snow White’, Walt bought his elderly parents a fancy new house in Hollywood. When Walt’s mum, Flora, complained the boiler was broken, Disney’s studio repairmen fixed it but tragically, less than a month later, she was killed by carbon monoxide poisoning. Walt was devastated, and motherless characters (most famously Bambi) crept into many of his subsequent movies.
Wally Boag of Disney’s Golden Horseshoe Revue (1967)