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Arts and Entertainment

Vintage Video: Life in Hollywood, 1927

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Feeling nostalgic for an era gone by in Hollywood? Thanks to the popularity of the Oscar-winning sensation "The Artist," folks might be looking back at the silver screen's golden age a bit more closely, and this film is all about what the movie biz was all about in Los Angeles in 1927. And, yep, it's silent. So sit back and enjoy...