REMINDER: The Hollywood Heritage Museum has a capacity of 110 persons. Once the capacity is reached, we will not be able to seat anyone else. Please arrive early so you won't be disappointed.
AT THE HOLLYWOOD HERITAGE MUSEUM -
The Museum Committee of Hollywood Heritage
will hold its June Meeting at 10:00 am
on Saturday June 8th. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer
at the museum, please consider attending, or contacting Richard Adkins at
818 762-6608 or at this email address
Evening @ The Barn
Last Program before
Please join Hollywood Heritage for our final event of the season as we celebrate the films and stars of Republic Pictures. This very special tribute will include in-person appearances (pending availability) by such notables as Anne Jeffreys, Marjorie Lord, Ben Cooper, Peggy Stewart, Julietta "Tweeny" Canova, Mary Carlisle, Dickie Jones and Fay McKenzie, all of whom worked at Republic Studios during it's heyday from 1935-1959. In addition, Karla Buhlman from the Gene Autry Foundation will discuss Autry's unique relationship with the studio and its head, Herbert J. Yates. Also on hand: Jeffrey Richardson who is an Associate Curator at The Autry. He will talk about some of the other legendary western stars who appeared in Republic features, including John Wayne, Roy Rogers and Rex Allen. There will also be a screening of rare film clips, a display of vintage studio related memorabilia, plus our popular $1 raffle, delicious refreshments courtesy of Grub Restaurant and live music by Will Ryan and the Cactus County Cowboys! Seating is limited so please order your tickets early to avoid disappointment!
Click HERE to purchase tickets online, by phone, or for Will Call
During July and August,
The Silent Society of Hollywood Heritage presents the
Paramount Ranch 26th Annual
“Silents Under the Stars” Series
July 21, 2013 – 8pm
starring Phyllis Haver, Julia Faye, May Robson and Eugene Pallette.
Directed by Frank Upson.
This Cecil B. DeMille production was originally a stage play that became the film ROXIE HART that became the Broadway musical CHICAGO that became the Oscar-winning Best Picture CHICAGO. This 1920s silent version features a vibrant performance by Phyllis Haver as Roxie Hart, a Chicago-land flapper who shoots her lover and sees her murder trial as a gateway to stardom.
August 18, 2013 – 7:30pm
PETER PAN (1925)
starring Betty Bronson, Esther Ralston, Mary Brian and Ernest Torrence.
Directed by Herbert Brenon.
This charming silent adaptation of the children’s classic features Betty Bronson as Peter Pan, Mary Brian as Wendy and Ernest Torrence as Captain Hook. The quaint visual effects are in keeping with the fanciful spirit of the story that will have you and your family believing in fairies.
Surprise short subjects will be shown before each feature.
All films will feature live musical accompaniment by Michael Mortilla and will be presented on authentic 16mm projectors.
Tickets $6.00 for the general public.
$3.00 for children under 12.
$5.00 for members of Hollywood Heritage.