Grauman's Chinese Theater

Grauman’s Chinese Theater

famous for the imprints of movie stars’ footprints in its forecourt. [Am. Cinema: Payton, 284.]
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| 1939: "The Wizard of Oz" premiered at Grauman's Chinese Theater in Hollywood.
1939: The Wizard of Oz premiered at Grauman's Chinese Theater in Hollywood.
Since construction is taking place inside the gutted re-creation of Grauman's Chinese Theater that once hosted the park's original Great Movie Ride, people can't see the progress being made the way they can for outdoor attractions.
Among the structures are the interstate highway system, Grauman's Chinese Theater, the Japanese American Relocation Camp, and Lincoln Memorial.
Actor Nicholas Cage smiles after placing his handprints in the forecourt at Grauman's Chinese Theater in Hollywood.
The protesters, mostly university students from all over Southern California, joined aging Filipino veterans in the rally in front of the Grauman's Chinese Theater, a historic landmark on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
The Chinese built their own temples and Chinatowns, often in their own style, while influencing Americans to build structures and gardens inspired by the Orient (Grauman's Chinese Theater in Hollywood, California).
The "Vertigo" actress' hand and footprints were enshrined in concrete in front of Grauman's Chinese Theater, Hollywood as part of the TCM Classic Film Festival over the weekend.
25 as they took their seats in Grauman's Chinese Theater for the preem of "Luck," which stars Dustin Hoffman as an ex-con who goes off to the races.
The movie horse was billed as "the smartest horse in the world." Trigger's hoofprints are impressed on the sidewalk of Grauman's Chinese Theater in Hollywood!
LOS ANGELES, California: "Twilight" actors Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner, made their mark on Hollywood this week, leaving imprints of their hands and feet outside Grauman's Chinese Theater.