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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.


  • 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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