The following is a list of scheduled events. This list is not final and is subject to change. Detailed information on these events will be provided as we get closer to them.


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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.



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The Museum Committee of Hollywood Heritage

will hold its April Meeting at 10:00 am

on Saturday April 5th. 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


Wednesday, April 9th at 7:30 p.m.

Celebrating the 75th Anniversary of
"Gone With The Wind"

Steve Wilson, Curator of Film, Harry Ransom Center, the University of Texas at Austin will present a program entitled "The Search for Scarlett". Accompanying the talk will be rarely seen film clips from the Harry Ransom Center's Selznick Collection of the Scarlett O'Hara screen tests themselves.

Actress Marsha Hunt, considered for the role of Melanie, will share memories of testing for the part. Daniel Selznick, son of Producer, David O. Selznick, will give some insight into the film's legacy.

Unique GWTW memorabilia will be on display
To purchase tickets for this event click Here


Wednesday, April 16th at 7 p.m.

Stephen Sylvester, co-author of M-G-M Hollywood’s Greatest Backlot, and Academy award winning cinematographer Fred Koenekamp will share the spotlight at the next general meeting of Culver City Historical Society in the Veterans Memorial Building’s multi-purpose room.

Sylvester will make a presentation on the history of the soundstages and outdoor sets of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, based on his book featuring exclusive interviews, rare photographs and hundreds of rare, unpublished photographs. A signed copy of the book will be given away by drawing and all attendees will have a chance to win. You can also order his book through this link and bring it with you, and he’ll sign it after the presentation.

Koenekamp, known for his camera work on Patton, The Man from U.N.C.L.E., Papillion, and The Towering Inferno, for which he won his Academy award, and many other fine films, will also share his memories of the MGM years.

All members of the Culver City Historical Society and the public are welcome to enjoy this free program and students are encouraged to attend. The entrance to the multi-purpose room is through the back of the building near the parking lot, and through the Archive & Resource Center space. Please r.s.v.p. to the society to reserve space.