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10 Milestones in The History of Hollywood

Hollywood, the capital of world cinema had many notable moments in his history which made it in to its contemporary condition. Let look and give your suggestions.

1

Named as Hollywood (1886)

Named as Hollywood (1886)

The name ‘Hollywood’ had adopted for the massive film movements in Los Angeles. It was done by landowners Harvey & Deida Haderson. They named their ranch from the two English words ‘Holly’ and ‘Woods’

2

First Short Film (1910)

First Short Film (1910)

D.W, Griffith had directed the first short film in Hollywood, “in Ol,d California”. Griffith considered the beautiful location and small-populated landscape of Hollywood as the inspiration of his film.

3

First Motion Picture Studio (1911)

First Motion Picture Studio (1911)

The first motion picture studio had built in Hollywood in Sunset and Gower Corner of Hollywood, named Nestor Motion Picture Company. It had emerged with Universal Film Company in next year.

4

First Talkie Film (1927)

First Talkie Film (1927)

Warner Brothers had produced first lengthy feature film with synchronized sound, named The Jazz Singer. It was beginning of sound era in world cinema.

5

First Cartoon (1928)

First Cartoon (1928)

The Disney Brother had made the first cartoon with synchronized sound in 1928. It was ‘Steamboat Willie’ with Mickey Mouse as central character.

6

First Oscar Award ceremony (1929)

First Oscar Award ceremony (1929)

The first Academy Award ceremony had held at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, across from the Chinese Theater, by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.

7

Censorship (1934)

Censorship (1934)

The system of censoring introduced in to the film because over violent and vulgar scenes in before films. There after all film should be undergo in front of a censor committee in order to screen in theaters.

8

Academy Award on Air (1953)

Academy Award on Air (1953)

It was the year which the Oscar Award ceremony has telecasted in television for the first time. It was published in NBC.

9

Most expensive Movie (1998)

Most expensive Movie (1998)

James Cameroon had directed the most expensive movie in Hollywood, ‘Titanic’. It had spent about 200 million dollars and received 11 Academy Award in that year.

10

African Glimpse in Oscar (2002)

African Glimpse in Oscar (2002)

The African Americans sweeps the Academy Awards for Best Male and Female Actors. They were Denzel Washington (Training Day), Halle Berry (Monster’s Ball).

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