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Hollywood moment

1. A highly dramatic act or moment, as might happen in a film. I'll never forget that Hollywood moment with my first love, standing out in the rain, awaiting the train that would take her away from me forever.
2. A moment or period of time when one or one's actions are featured in a film. The local sheriff had his Hollywood moment this afternoon as a film crew followed his day-to-day activities for an upcoming documentary.
See also: Hollywood, moment

Hollywood

1. mod. having phony glitter. Who is this Hollywood dame who just came in?
2. n. a gaudily dressed person in sunglasses. (Also a term of address.) Ask Hollywood over there to take off his shades and make himself known.
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The parade, staffed by the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce, starts at Grauman's Chinese Theatre on Hollywood Boulevard, heads east to Hollywood Boulevard and Vine Street, south to Sunset Boulevard, then west, and north on Orange Drive.
Parking is available on some public streets, in lots and for $2 for four hours, with validation, at Hollywood & Highland.
Grandstand tickets can be purchased today and Sunday for $35 for reserved seats and $25 for general admission at the parade box office at Hollywood Boulevard and Orange Drive.
Hollywood Sportsbook is eager to provide you with a convenient and secure environment through which you can enjoy recreational sports betting.
Hollywood Sportsbook is a legal, licensed and bonded internet gamming company, in operations since 1997.
Hollywood Boulevard between Highland and Orange Grove avenues has been closed since midnight Friday for preparations, and will reopen Monday.
marching east on Hollywood Boulevard from Orange Avenue to Vine Street, south on Vine to Sunset Boulevard, and back on Sunset to Orange.
Hollywood Software recently showcased another software solution, RightsMart.
com and RightsMart Back Office are components of Hollywood Software's Digital Studio System (DSS), a fully integrated suite of applications that is being developed by Hollywood Software to strategically leverage and administer content in the emerging digital world.
The Hollywood sign - which originally read ``Hollywoodland'' - was erected in 1923 to promote a new real estate development on private property that was not part of the Griffith family's original donation.
While Los Angeles currently owns the land and maintains the sign, the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce owns the trademark and receives licensing revenue over the sign's use in postcards, movies and other images.
Tiy Bowton, vice president, theatrical distribution systems, for Hollywood Software, said: "Lions Gate is experiencing rapid growth and needs systems to manage the activity related to that growth.
I have great expectations from Hollywood Software in assisting us with the implementation process, another crucial factor for the success of deploying a system like TDS2000 at Lions Gate.
It will also feature the Cinemall, where visitors can purchase everything from books and movies to makeup and Hollywood Screen Test.
For more information, log onto Hollywood Screen Test.