Sunset Boulevard love

Sunset Boulevard

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  • May 23 was the first of four scheduled days of work for DeMille on a film called Sunset Boulevard.

    Empire of Dreams

  • And we were weaving around Brentwood and he got to Sunset Boulevard, which is really busy, and he crossed Sunset in the direction of O.J. ` s house, Rockingham, and I got stuck for about 15 or 20 seconds because of traffic.

    CNN Transcript Nov 16, 2006

  • Hollywood further popularized the Isotta Franchi as the ultimate luxury vehicle in films such as Sunset Boulevard and Giant.

    A Covetable Car

  • Theme songs from the Great White Way box office musicals such as Sunset Boulevard, Miss Saigon, Cats and the Sound of Music were effectively reprise, remarkably reminisced and dramatically interpreted.

    Home

  • The campaign includes billboards in premium locations such as Sunset Boulevard and Times Square, disruptive print ads, viral advertising on YouTube and social media sites, product tie-ins and co-branding, theater teasers, mini documentaries about real people and the assistance Aflac provides ( "Duckumentaries"), consumer contests, special events to celebrate the 10th birthday of the Aflac Duck and more.

    Dallas Business News - Local Dallas News | Dallas Business Journal

  • In a heavily Russian subsection of West Hollywood, the three of us shared a sunburst-colored apartment building with a struggling actor, a surf-loving drummer, and a sad-eyed boy who had grown up in the Children of God cult and now worked at The Whisky on Sunset Boulevard.

    Chicken Soup for the Soul: Grieving and Recovery

  • Kurt's comeback solo at McKinley High is pure Norma Desmond without irony: a full-on-diva rendition of "As If We Never Said Goodbye" from Andrew Lloyd Webber's Sunset Boulevard that occupies an entire act of the super-sized episode.

    Matt's TV Week in Review: A Wedding, A Farewell, and More!

  • As one falls in love with The Artist resistance is futile, this is a film you'll want to see again and again, Norma Desmond's statement in 1950's Sunset Boulevard -- We didn't need dialogue.

    George Heymont: Stars of a Golden Age

  • Hazanavicius pays homage to numerous sources - everything from Citizen Kane to Sunset Boulevard, from Singing in the Rain to A Star is Born.

    Marshall Fine: Movie review: The Artist

  • Radames reminded me that we had met when he was cooking for Norman Van Aiken at his short-lived Caribbean restaurant on Sunset Boulevard.

    Jay Weston: Santa Monica Place: A Worthy L.A. Shopping and Dining Destination

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