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Hollywood Walk of Fame

The sidewalk that is dedicated to the Stars of Hollywood

La Brea

Four Ladies Gazebo
Louis Armstrong
Houdini
Irving Thalberg
W.C.Fields
Bette Midler
Carole Lombard
Bill Cosby
Aretha Franklin
Dionne Warwick
The Lone Ranger
Tom Cruise
Snow White
Little Richard
Mahalia Jackson
Rod Serling
Ron Howard
Burt Reynolds
Steve McQueen
Danny Kaye
Spencer Tracy
Claudette Colbert
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Elton John
Glenn Miller
Mickey Mouse
Michael Jackson
Bruce Lee
Barbra Stresland
Tom Selleck
William Shatner
Robin Williams
Julie Andrews
Greta Garbo
Wayne Newton
Bee Gees
Sons of the Pioneers
Henry Mancini
Jerry Lewis
Mabel Normand
Groucho Marx
Edger Bergen
Burt Lancaster
Joanne Woodward
Ronald Colman

Highland Avenue

Arsenio Hall
Marilyn Monroe
Arnold Schwarznegger
Judy Garland
Ray Bolger
Olivia De Haviland
Ginger Rogers
Fred Astaire
Bud Abbott
Gloria Swanson
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Milton Berle
Red Skelton
Sammy Kaye
Ray Charles
Elvis Presley
Vivien Leigh
Ingrid Bergman
Joel Grey
Bing Crosby
Charlie Chaplin
McCadden
Kate Smith
Walter Winchell
Richard Crenna
Bob Barker
Sylvester Stallone
Mack Sennett
Diana Ross
Dolly Parton
Bernadette Peters
Thomas Edison
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Tyrone Power
Betty White
Walt Disney
Liberace
The Spinners
Doris Day
Harry Belefonte
Fred Allen
George Reeves
Mary Astor
Las Palmas
Gracie Allen
George Burns
Boris Karloff
Eartha Kitt
Raymond Burr
Debbie Reynolds
Erroll Flynn
Red Skelton
Jack Benny
Orson Welles
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Myrna Loy
Gene Roddenberry
Guy Lombardo
Tommy Dorsey
John Barrymore
Gene Autry
Buck Owens
Harrison Ford
Leonard Nimoy
Nat King Cole
Cherokee
Norma Shearer
Arthur Godfrey
Roddy McDowall
Al Jolson
Michael Kurtiz
Walter Huston
Jack Palance
Will Rogers
Dyan Cannon
Tom Jones
Ralph Bellamy
Andre Kostelanetz
Zasu Pitts
Leslie Howard
Orson Welles
Fred Waring
Franchot Tone
Van Johnson
Pee Wee Herman
Harry Warner
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Perry Como
John Ritter
Art Garney
Enrico Caruso
Angela Lansbury
Buster Keaton
Peter Lorre
Norman Lear
Lawrence Welk
Mary Martin
Danny Kaye
Ozzie Nelson
John Forsythe
Helen Hayes
Basil Rathbone
Mickey Rooney
Bob Hope
Johny Weissmuller
D.W.Griffith
Duke Ellington
Hudson
Issac Stern
Frank Sinatra
Jay Silverheels
MacDonald Carey
Alan Hale
Count Basie
Alfred Hitchcock
James Cagney
Dale Robertson
Edith Head
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Betty Grable
Dean Martin
Rochester
Les Brown
Jimmy Dorsey
Vincent Price
Ann Margret
Walter Brennan
Julia Faye
Jean Hersholt
Wilcox
Louella Parsons
Ed Wynn
Tony Martin
Irene Dunn
Robert Montgomery
Lou Costello
Lucille Ball
Andy Griffith
Marlene Dietrich
Hank Williams
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Harry Warner
Eddie Albert
Paul Muni
Cloris Leachman
Carol Burnett
Lowell Thomas
Jesse Lasky
Fred MacMurray
Carl Reiner
Will Rogers
Cahuenga
Rich Little
Jack Benny
Anne Bancroft
Rex Harrison
Perry Como
David Niven
Ronald Reagon
Lassie
June Lockhart
Bill Haley
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Dorothy Gish
Forrest Tucker
Vikki Carr
Mel Blanc
Sid Grauman
William S Hart
Jack Lemmon
Walter Mathau
Gypsy Rose Lee
Fay Wray
Ivar
Ernest Borgnine
Dorothy Lamour
Johnny Cash
Douglas Fairbanks
Charles Boyer
Elizabeth Taylor
Jayne Mansfield
William Frawley
Humphrey Bogart
Jackie Gleason
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Artie Shaw
Eve Arden
Grace Kelly
Rosemary Clooney
Desi Arnaz
Sophie Tucker
Lawrence Olivier
W.C.Fields
Ernie Ford
Ernie Kovacs
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Audrey Hepburn
Charlton Heston
Cary Grant
Clark Gable
Alistair Cooke
Michael Landon
Shirley Temple
John Wayne
Alec Guinness
Henry Fonda
Alan Ladd
Rita Hayworth
Preston Sturges
Donna Reed
Judy Garland
James Dean
Hattie McDaniel
Cecil B DeMille
Roy Rogers
Dale Evans
Johnny Carson
Lauren Bacall
Jimmy Stewart
Kirk Douglas
The Beatles
John Lennon
Mae West
Marlon Brando
Hollywood Walk of Fame.   Hollywood Boulevard.  Hollywood.
A  tribute to over 2000 artists who have made significant contributions to  film, radio, television,  theatre and the recording industries. The first star placed on 9th February.
1960, was for Joanne Woodward.  One of  Hollywood's most popular tourist attractions, the Walk of Fame lies on both sides of Hollywood Boulevard. from Gower to La Brea and both sides of Vine Street, from Yucca to Sunset. The Silver Four Ladies of Hollywood Gazebo at Lea Brea, the start of the Walk of Fame should not be missed.
Starting from the Four ladies of Hollywood Gazebo at La Brea.
Here is a selected list of the stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. There is no way that we can list the whole 2000 plus stars on this Walk of Fame illustration, but here's some to get you started. You'll soon discover many more as you walk along the Hollywood Boulevard and both sides of Vine Street. We hope you find your favorite Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame or even see a star induction ceremony whilst you are in Hollywood. While your walking along the Walk of Fame why not explore the handprints of over 200 stars in the Mann's Chinese Theater forecourt. 

History of the Hollywood Walk of Fame

 

To be honored with a star in Hollywood's Walk of Fame, the world's most famous sidewalk, is a tribute as coveted and sought after as any of the entertainment industry's equally prestigious awards -- including the Oscar, Emmy, Grammy, Golden Mike or Tony. And, because it recognizes a life-long contribution of both public and peer appreciation, it is an honor uniquely in a class by itself. The Walk of Fame is a permanent monument of the past, as well as the present.

Envisioned in 1958 as a lasting tribute to the personalities who helped make Hollywood the most famous community in the world, the Walk continues today as a superior asset to the city, perpetuating the aura that has made the name Hollywood synonymous with glamour. The Walk remains one of the city's most widely-seen tourist attractions.

Administered by the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce, the Walk of Fame was designated, in 1978, as a Cultural/Historic Landmark by the City of Los Angeles. The Hollywood Historic Trust, a continuing, self-financing program, maintains the quality of the Walk of Fame and the historic lure that is Hollywood.

A chronological history of the Hollywood-based entertainment industry, including the behind-the-scenes people as well as the most famous and instantly recognizable personalities, the Walk of Fame encompasses five acres of bronze stars embedded in pink terrazzo and surrounded by charcoal terrazzo squares. Inside each star is the bronze-engraved name of each artist and a distinctive emblem identifying in which of the five categories -- Motion Pictures, Television, Radio, Recording, or Live Theatre -- the recipient has been honored.

The Walk of Fame lines both sides of Hollywood Boulevard from Gower to La Brea, and both sides of Vine Street, from Yucca to Sunset. Official groundbreaking ceremonies were conducted February 9, 1960. In sixteen months, when construction was completed, 1,558 luminaries were forever immortalized in the sidewalk. Since then, approximately one to two stars per month have been added. Stars dedicated in 1994 pushed the total over the 2000 mark. However, even at this rate, it will be many years before the stars in the famed Walk will be completely occupied, assuring the continued presence of Hollywood in the world's media, and remaining a highly visible and lasting tribute to a unique city.

Chairman of the Walk of Fame

Presiding over the ceremonies is Hollywood's celebrity Mayor, Johnny Grant, who is also the Chairman of the Walk of Fame committee. The committee is made up of four other members, all experts in one of the five categories. Mr. Grant has been the Chairman since 1980.

 

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