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Hollywood at Your Feet: The Story of the Chinese Theatre Footprints (2000)

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Documentary explores that his of the famous Chinese Theater in Hollywood. Opened on May 18, 1927 as Grauman's Chinese Theater, it immediately drew attention from the public, and, more ... See full summary »

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Documentary explores that his of the famous Chinese Theater in Hollywood. Opened on May 18, 1927 as Grauman's Chinese Theater, it immediately drew attention from the public, and, more importantly, from those in the entertainment industry. The theater helped to launch very famous careers, such as Chaplin and Mirna Loy. Kirk Douglas, still alive today, also credits the theater as his launch pad. Documentary contains many archival clips and interviews. Written by SindyMac

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Great archival footage
3 January 2006 | by (New York, NY) – See all my reviews

This 2000 documentary was made for American Movie Classics and is hosted by Raquel Welch. It tells the story of the history of Grauman's Chinese Theater located in Hollywood, and the story behind the famous hand and foot prints in cement. The documentary features interviews with several people who have been immortalized in cerement at Grauman's, including Michael Keaton, Jane Withers, Donald O'Connor and Charlton Heston. The best thing about the film is the footage of the ceremonies themselves. Snippets are shown from color home movies and newsreels of stars like, Tom Mix, Kirk Douglas, Marilyn Monroe, Clifton Webb, Susan Hayward, Ava Gardner, Bette Davis, Joanne Woodward and so many more. This is a must see if you have even the slightest interest in Hollywood history.


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