Hollywood Walk of Fame
- On February 9, 1960, Joanne Woodward became the first performer to receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. One-time actor Ronald Reagan is the only U.S. President to have a star.
- In 1960 the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce invented the biggest PR campaign after the Hollywood sign: The Walk of Fame! Up to two new Stars are revealed every month along Hollywood Boulevard.
- Nearly 2,500 stars, from Marilyn Monroe to Matt Damon, have been immortalized in cement on this 18-block Hollywood landmark. Tip: Download the official iPhone app to pinpoint your fave celeb!
- You'll likely drive down the world's most famous boulevard before walking it. The Blvd has been home to many car chases, including the famous sequence in Lethal Weapon in which a bus does a 180.
- Avoid the creepy dudes asking you to listen to new hip-hop. It's a scam to get a few bucks out of you.
- While youre checking out the stars, peek in the windows of the Vogue Theatre, closed since 2001 & reported to be haunted.
- so many crazies to observe
- It's legen... wait for it... dary.
- Otimo local para fotos dos artistas que gostamos.
- There are over 2,400 stars on the walk, with the crew from Apollo XI as one of the only non-entertainment stars.
- A must see in Hollywood!!
- Take care not to trip over the tourists who may be kneeling near their favorite star.
- While youre checking out stars, peek in windows of the Vogue Theatre, closed since 2001 & reported to be haunted...on the site of a school that burned down in 1901 & factory that burned down also.
- One of my fav places in LA
- Visit Grauman's Chinese Theater to see the feet and hand prints of iconic celebrities of Hollywood's heyday, or find your favorites amongst the stars on Hollywood Blvd.
- Chuck Norris beat the shit outta "the most interesting man in the world"
- Hop-off at Stop #1 during the Hollywood Loop to take pictures with your favorite stars.
- You might see Jesus
- Gene Autry is the only person to have been honored with all five possible stars, for his contribution in each of the 5 categories: Motion Picture, Television, Recording, Radio, and Live Theater.
- I've Seen The *STARS*