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EARLY PARAMOUNT STUDIOS

Summary

For over 100 years, Paramount Pictures has been captivating movie and television audiences worldwide with its alluring imagery and compelling stories.

Arising from the collective genius of Adolph Zukor, Jesse L. Lasky, and Cecil B. DeMille during the 1910s, Paramount Pictures is home to such enduring classics as Wings, Sunset Boulevard, The Ten Commandments, Love Story, The Godfather, the Indiana Jones series, Chinatown, Forrest Gump, Braveheart, Titanic, and Star Trek.

Early Paramount Studios chronicles Paramount’s origins, culminating in the creation and expansion of the lot at 5555 Melrose Avenue, the last major motion picture studio still in Hollywood.

About the Author

E.J. Stephens is a noted Hollywood historian, tour guide, and television personality. He has previously coauthored Arcadia publications on Warner Bros. Studios, Griffith Park, and California’s Santa Clarita Valley. Actor and comedian Michael Christaldi has appeared in many film, television, and stage productions and has one of the largest personal collections of movie stills in the world. He is a frequent contributor to book and documentary projects. Film historian and consultant Marc Wanamaker, a founder of the Hollywood Heritage Museum where Paramount traces its origins, established Bison Archives in 1973, which is one of Southern California’s most notable repositories of entertainment heritage.

Product Details

  • Series: Images of America
  • With images throughout
  • Paperback: 128 pages
  • Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
  • Performing Arts / Film & Video

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