Greenlight Diecast Hollywood

Morning greetings again
My bird’s voice welcomed the day changed
Bob Marley is still singing Don’t worry uyeah

How are you guys today? Keep the spirit to live your activities, hopefully the fortune will remain smooth, always healthy. Somehow from last night this thought was haunted by Hollywood words. Yes, instead of getting dizzy, it’s better. I pour it here, talk casually with the Diecast Lovers. Talking about Hollywood is definitely not separated from the world-class cinema film world. There have been many films produced and received a very extraordinary welcome.

Hollywood itself began in 1853, when a brick hut was built in Nopalera (Nopal Field, whose name was taken from the name of the Mexican cactus which is native to this region). In 1870, a farming community grew and developed. This area became known as Cahuenga Valley, where the area covers the pass in the Santa Monica Mountains to the north.

The one who gave the name Hollywood is H.J. Whitley which later was referred to as ‘Father of Hollywood’. Mr. Whitley bought a farm and farm E.C. Hurd covers 232.3 hectares and explains the plan to the land owner. They then agreed after the proposed price was appropriate and the landowner named Hurd agreed to sell the land on the specified date. But apparently the news was widespread and heard by Harvey H. Wilcox.

Harvey was interested in this city of Hollywood. He then filled out the notary deed and he wanted to be the first person to register it on the notary deed. Shortly after, the real-estate area soon mushroomed in this new area, but Hollywood itself developed slowly.

In 1900 the Hollywood Hotel was built by Mr. Whitley himself who was indeed the president of the Los Pacific Boulevard and Development Company. After finally having the Hurd farm, Mr. Whitley built a hotel with the aim of attracting land buyers. This land flanks the west side of Highland Avenue to the front of Prospect Avenue which is still dusty with rocky roads. The Hollywood Hotel has finally evolved and is known to many people from all over the world and has grown to become the center of people’s lives and home to stars for years.

The Whitley company continues to grow and then sells the residential area of ​​Ocean View Tract. To promote this new city, Mr. Whitley is willing to pay a lot of money. He spent thousands of dollars to pay for electric lights, including building power plants and banks and roads to the Cahuenga Pass. Electric lights are lit on the streets of Prospect Avenue. The center of Pak Whitley’s land was on Highland Avenue.

On November 4, 1903, Hollywood became a municipality after a vote was held in which there were 88 pros and 77 cons. Then interestingly, on January 30, 1904, Hollywood city residents agreed to ban the sale and purchase of liquor except for medical purposes.

Furthermore, in 1910 the townspeople resumed voting to combine Hollywood into a part of Los Angeles in order to secure water supplies and gain access to LA. With this merger, the name Prospect Avenue changed to Hollywood Boulevard and all street numbers in the new district also changed.

The Birth of the Hollywood Film Industry

The beginning of Hollywood being a city of entertainment industry was in 1911. It was director D.W. Griffith made the first film in Hollywood. The first film to take place in Hollywood was a short film titled In Old California and produced for Biograph Company.

At that time Hollywood banned the production of films, before then there was a merger with Los Angeles which allowed it. The first film made by a Hollywood film studio, Nestor Motion Picture Company, was made on October 26, 1911. The area owned by Mr. Whitley was used as the setting. This untitled film was filmed on a small forest on the corner of Whitley Avenue and Hollywood Boulevard.

Now, 4 of the world’s major film studios — Paramount, Warner Bros., RKO, and Columbia — have studios in Hollywood. And there are still many smaller film studios scattered throughout the city that has now become one of the most respected cities in Los Angeles. The title of Tinseltown and the Biz City Movie embedded in Hollywood refers to the glitter of the film industry based in this city.

So big is the name of Hollywood thanks to its extraordinary Industry Film, so almost every Hollywood film that penetrates the Box Office is always diecasted. Both of them work together, and diecast branding like Greenlight and Hotwheels often collaborate.

Then what collections do you have from Greenlight Diecast Hollywood guys? Moments and memories that make collecting Greenlight Diecast Hollywood have its own spirit. Ok, then, safe hunting and get a Greenlight Diecast line in your collection room.

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