One of my oldest collections began before I was ten years old, when I bought my first two Pyramid books about film—about Bette Davis and Humphrey Bogart. Published in the 1970s, the layout these books was perfect for a kid, as they simply presented a survey of the actor’s film work chronologically eschewing almost everything personal. Some of them were written by future film experts like Leonard Maltin. They are a great example of a collection that has little monetary value but means the world to me, as it represents the seeds of passion for my future film studies.
Who are the forgotten stars of the Hollywood Walk of Fame? Though fame is evanescent for most who are unfortunate enough to experience it, a star on Hollywood’s Walk of Fame is, ostensibly, forever.…
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