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13 Things Being Buried Today Under Hollywood Walk of Fame

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As part of the ongoing celebration of the 50th anniversary of the globally-recognized Hollywood Walk of Fame, a time capsule will be buried beneath the concrete at the corner of Hollywood and Highland, according to the Daily News.

Inside are 13 items that are meant to symbolize the five Walk of Fame categories (motion pictures, television, recording, radio and live theater) as well as items that represent the history and significance of the unique landmark.

Hopefully when the capsule is opened 50 years from now, in 2060 during the 100th anniversary celebration, not only will we have not suffered a sidewalk-spilling "big one," but also the opening team has a DVD player and a port for a flash drive handy.

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Here are the 13 things going in the Walk of Fame capsule today:

1-2. DVDs of the Oscar telecasts from 1960 and 2010
3-5. Program, invitation and ticket from the 2010 Primetime Emmy Awards
6-7 Replica Capitol records tower and letter
8. Flash drive with shows from the past and present from Pioneer Broadcasters and a show from Jim Ladd of KLOS-FM (95.5)
9-10. Playbills from the productions of "Wicked" and "The Lion King" presented at the Pantages Theatre
11. Set of messages from elected officials
12. Script from "Casablanca"
13. Autographed picture of Joanne Woodward, recipient of the first Walk of Fame star