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Hollywood Candy Bar

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Hollywood Candy Bar

    candy bar

  • a candy shaped as a bar
  • A chocolate bar is a confection in bar form comprising some or all of the following components: cocoa solids, cocoa butter, sugar, milk. The relative presence or absence of these components form the subclasses of dark chocolate, milk chocolate, and white chocolate.
  • an Overseas Service Stripe for six-months of duty; see HERSHEY BAR. Also, a unit recognition bar or “half-flash” worn on a beret by trainees or unqualified MIL-PERS assigned to SOF units [nb: this practice was discontinued during the organization of US Army Sp Opns Cmd (ARSOC) and the

    hollywood

  • a flashy vulgar tone or atmosphere believed to be characteristic of the American film industry; “some people in publishing think of theirs as a glamorous medium so they copy the glitter of Hollywood”
  • the film industry of the United States
  • A resort city in southeastern Florida, north of Miami, on the Atlantic Ocean; pop. 139,357
  • The US movie industry and the lifestyles of the people associated with it
  • flashy and vulgar; “young white women dressed Hollywood style”; “Hollywood philandering”
  • A district in Los Angeles, the principal center of the US movie industry

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hollywood candy bar – Hollywood Walk

Hollywood Walk of Fame (All Rights Reserved) Personalized Candy Bar Wrappers – Qty 12
Hollywood Walk of Fame (All Rights Reserved) Personalized Candy Bar Wrappers - Qty 12
Celebrate any occasion with personalized candy bar wrappers. Our exclusive Hollywood Walk of Fame Candy Bar Wrappers feature a silver walk of fame design with a large white star on a dark gray background. Customize your candy bar wrappers to your occasion with our exclusive personalization software that allows you to add photos and text, change colors and fonts, and reposition text and graphics. Check out our other coordinating personalized items, including coasters, mint tins, banners, and bottle labels.

Zero

Zero
With best wishes to my friend
from Zero
The Little Hollywood Candyman
See me on Television
A.B.C.-TV Network
Consult your local newspaper
for time and station
and be sure to ask your candy
dealer for my candy bars.
Milk Shake – Payday – Butter-Nut
Smooth Sailin – Red Sails – Big Pay
3 Big Bears
They’re all delicious – they’re all made
by Hollywood Candy Co., Centralia, Ill.

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butternut 2
Hollywood Brands Butternut Candy Bar box Circa 1940’s

hollywood candy bar

Hollywood
Hollywood marks the fifth episode in Gore Vidal’s “Narratives of Empire,” his celebrated series of six historical novels that form his extended biography of the United States.
It is 1917, and President Woodrow Wilson is about to lead the country into the Great War in Europe. In California, a new industry is born that will irreversibly transform America. Caroline Sanford, the alluring heroine of Empire, discovers the power of moving pictures to manipulate reality as she vaults to screen stardom under the name of Emma Traxler. Just as Caroline must balance her two lives–West Coast movie star and East Coast newspaper publisher and senator’s mistress–so too must America balance its two power centers: Hollywood and Washington. Here is history as only Gore Vidal can re-create it: brimming with intrigue and scandal, peopled by the greats of the silver screen and American politics.
“Hollywood shimmers with the illusion of politics and the politics of illusion,” wrote the Chicago Sun-Times. “A wonderfully literate and consistently impressive work of fiction that clearly belongs on a shelf with Vidal’s best,” said The New York Times Book Review.
With a new Introduction by the author.

From the Hardcover edition.

Who could possibly resist a novel that begins as William Randolph Hearst falls on his behind? The fifth novel in Gore Vidal’s Narratives of Empire sequence (sixth, however, in order of publication) begins on the eve of American involvement in the First World War and ends shortly after the mysterious death of Warren G. Harding and ascension of the taciturn Calvin Coolidge to the presidency. Balanced against Gore’s descriptions of all these political machinations is the story of newspaper publisher Caroline Sanford’s foray into film acting, which places her in proximity to the scandals involving Roscoe “Fatty” Arbuckle and William Desmond Taylor. The cast of characters includes a young Franklin Delano Roosevelt–and his mistress, Lucy Mercer–and Vidal’s maternal grandfather, Senator T.P. Gore. As always, the proceedings are enlivened by Vidal’s caustic wit. –Ron Hogan

Hollywood marks the fifth episode in Gore Vidal’s “Narratives of Empire,” his celebrated series of six historical novels that form his extended biography of the United States.
It is 1917, and President Woodrow Wilson is about to lead the country into the Great War in Europe. In California, a new industry is born that will irreversibly transform America. Caroline Sanford, the alluring heroine of Empire, discovers the power of moving pictures to manipulate reality as she vaults to screen stardom under the name of Emma Traxler. Just as Caroline must balance her two lives–West Coast movie star and East Coast newspaper publisher and senator’s mistress–so too must America balance its two power centers: Hollywood and Washington. Here is history as only Gore Vidal can re-create it: brimming with intrigue and scandal, peopled by the greats of the silver screen and American politics.
“Hollywood shimmers with the illusion of politics and the politics of illusion,” wrote the Chicago Sun-Times. “A wonderfully literate and consistently impressive work of fiction that clearly belongs on a shelf with Vidal’s best,” said The New York Times Book Review.
With a new Introduction by the author.

From the Hardcover edition.


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