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    Charlie Chaplin, W. R. Hearst and Harold Lloyd Santa Monica, July 4, 1928 | HollywoodTimeMachine.com

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    Part 1: A History of the Hollywood Sign, 1923-2009

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Charlie Chaplin, W. R. Hearst and Harold Lloyd Santa Monica, July 4, 1928 | HollywoodTimeMachine.com


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Bartine Burkett Zane talks about Oliver Hardy | HollywoodTimeMachine.com


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14 Shocking Hollywood Sign Facts


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Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, & Jimmy Durante - Happy Birthday Hollywood Palace


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Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, and Jimmy Durante celebrate the Hollywood Palace's anniversary with songs and snappy patter. From the 1/14/67 show.
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Hollywood On Parade - Durante, Vallee, Stooges, Turpin (1934)


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Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, & Jimmy Durante - Happy Birthday Hollywood Palace


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Inky Dinky Duet - Jimmy Durante and Mrs. Miller


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From the 1960s TV show Hollywood Palace: Host Jimmy Durante introduces guest star Mrs. Elva Miller, and they perform "Inky Dinky Do" together. This clip was originally posted at the Mrs. Miller's World website - http://www.mrsmillersworld.com - and is used with their permission. (My apologies for th