Hollywood, California, Through Time is a visual discovery of the most dreamed about city in the world.
Hollywood is a physical place, with over a century of cinema, where you can still feel the creative energy as soon as you hit the pavement. These original recent color photographs and mostly unseen vintage black-and-white images breathe life into the community that continues to capture the imagination of every individual that has ever sat and marveled at the lights and shadows we call the movies.
Tommy Dangcil, born and raised in Hollywood, has a Bachelor of Arts in radio, television, and film from California State University, Los Angeles, and is currently an I.A.T.S.E. Hollywood Local 728 Studio Electrical Lighting Technician.
He has been working on feature films all over the world for the last twenty-seven years. A few of his recent credits include: Ford v Ferrari, Avengers: Endgame, Nightcrawler, HER, and The Master. This is his third book, following Arcadia Publishing’s Hollywood: 1900-1950 in Vintage Postcards and Hollywood Studios.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR(S)
Tommy Dangcil is a Hollywood, California, born historian and currently works as a Hollywood Union I.A.T.S.E. Local 728 Motion Picture Lighting Technician. A long-time Hollywood Heritage member, he also is a historian of classic Hollywood cinema from the 1930s and 1940s. The content of Hollywood, California, Through Time comes from his personal and extensive collection of postcards, photographs, and ephemera.
His wife, Maridee Dangcil, is the founder and owner of The Yarnover Truck, a Southern California based mobile yarn store specializing in local hand-dyed yarn. His daughter, Darla Dangcil, is a young filmmaker and artist residing in Los Angeles.
PUBLISHER: America Through Time
SERIES: America Through Time
DIMENSIONS: 6.5 (w) x 9.25 (h)