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George Hamilton to Get 2,388th Star on Hollywood Walk of Fame

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Actor George Hamilton will celebrate his 70th birthday by having his Hollywood Walk of Fame star revealed this morning. He's been seen in The Godfather: Part III, Crocodile Dundee in Los Angeles, Zorro, The Gay Blade, Lone Star and the Dracula spoof, Love at First Bite (Love at Second Bite is currently in development), among many other movies. Next week, My One and Only with Renee Zellweger will be released, a film Hamilton helped produce based that's partially based on his family. Hamilton's star is located across the street from the Roosevelt Hotel. LA Weekly notes another celebration is happening today, too: the 70th anniversary of the Wizard of Oz apparently is today with an event this afternoon at the Grauman's Chinese Theatre.