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Hollywood Heritage is a non-profit group dedicated to preserving historic Hollywood and educating the public about the role of the early film industry in shaping Hollywood's history. You can visit rotating exhibits at the Hollywood Heritage museum and shop for unique gifts and memorabilia in the muesum store.
Pro-Tek is one of the foremost film restoration and storage companies in the business and is the preservation choice of film & media professionals.
The TCM Backlot is the ultimate fan club for everyone who loves Turner Classic Movies! The club is your ticket to go behind the scenes, attend private gatherings, meet TCM talent and become part of the network like never before. To start your 30-day risk-free trial and receive a free TCM t-shirt click here.
Bonhams is a privately owned international auction house. Founded in 1793, it is one of the world's largest and most renowned auctioneers of fine art and antiques, motor cars and jewelry. Bonhams will again partner with TCM to present another movie memorabilia auction to be held November 20, 2017.
The Warner Archive Collection offers exclusive accress to the world's largest film library. New films, shorts, television movies and series are added to the collection every month.
For Hire is a family owned prop rental company that has been in continuous operation since 1985. The quality of their merchandise and the level of their service is second to none.
Miramax presents the Samuel Goldwyn Film Library featuring a large selection of great classic films for sale on DVD.
Park Circus is a leading global sales agency and distribution company. They represent over 25,000 films from Hollywood and British studios and a large number of independent rights owners.
LA Phil Led by Gustavo Dudamel, the LA Philharmonic takes audiences on sweeping musical journeys through electrifying performances, cutting-edge music education, and innovative outreach programs, crossing borders and transcending boundaries to enrich the cultural life of Los Angeles.
The Mack Sennett Studios Built as a silent movie studio in 1916 by legendary producer Mack Sennett, this Los Angeles landmark has played host to countless productions for film, television, advertising, music, fashion and art, as well as award winning events