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'''Hollywood''' is a district located in the city of [[Los Angeles]], [[California]]. It is the historic base of the movie industry, although the studios have mostly moved out. "Hollywood" now generally refers to the entertainment industry and its culture, which is based primarily in Southern California.
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'''Hollywood''' -- ''best known for its harmful [[Hollywood Values]]'' -- is a district located in the city of [[Los Angeles]], [[California]]. It is the historic base of the movie industry, although the studios have mostly moved out. "Hollywood" now generally refers to the entertainment industry and its culture, which is based primarily in Southern California.
  
 
Writers such as [[Michael Medved]] [http://www.amazon.com/Hollywood-vs-America-Michael-Medved/dp/0060924357] and [[Michael Crichton]] have criticized Hollywood.
 
Writers such as [[Michael Medved]] [http://www.amazon.com/Hollywood-vs-America-Michael-Medved/dp/0060924357] and [[Michael Crichton]] have criticized Hollywood.
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== See also ==
 
== See also ==
  
*[[Hollywood values]]
 
 
*[[Los Angeles]]
 
*[[Los Angeles]]
  

Revision as of 12:39, 11 February 2012

Hollywood sign.jpg

Hollywood -- best known for its harmful Hollywood Values -- is a district located in the city of Los Angeles, California. It is the historic base of the movie industry, although the studios have mostly moved out. "Hollywood" now generally refers to the entertainment industry and its culture, which is based primarily in Southern California.

Writers such as Michael Medved [1] and Michael Crichton have criticized Hollywood.

Further reading

  • Balio, Tino. Grand Design: Hollywood as a Modern Business Enterprise, 1930-1939. (1993). 483 pp.
  • May, Lary. The Big Tomorrow: Hollywood and the Politics of the American Way (2000)
  • Schatz, Thomas. The Genius of the System: Hollywood Filmmaking in the Studio Era. (1988). 492 pp.
  • Vaughn, Stephen. Ronald Reagan in Hollywood: Movies and Politics. (1994). 359 pp.

See also