Monday, September 21, 2015

“"Best in Television Emmys 2015" - New Exhibit at Hollywood Museum

Photos & story by Karen Ostlund
Photos of Judy Tenuta & Richard Herd by Unique Nicole (Getty Images)
Comedian Judy Tenuta arrives at
The Hollywood Museum
The Primetime Emmy's are one of television's two biggest nights, along with the Daytime Emmy® Awards in April.
After the envelopes are opened and the television community recovers from one of their biggest nights, fans and industry like to continue celebrate the 'THE BEST IN TELEVISION … EMMYS® 2015'" at THE HOLLYWOOD MUSEUM.
September 16th, the historic Max Factor building unveiled its display honoring this year’s 67th Annual Emmy Awards in the form of “Best in Television…Emmys 2015 Exhibition”!

“We are proud to be the only location in Hollywood with this comprehensive and exclusive Emmy showcase,” declared Hollywood Museum president and founder Donelle Dadigan.
The exhibit will run through November 1st at the glamorous Hollywood Museum on the corner of Hollywood and Highland, at 1660 N. Highland Ave.
Richard Herd at the opening Best in TV Emmys exhibit 2015

Also home to some of Marilyn Monroe’s most standout costumes and residential resting place to Hannibal Lecter’s jail cell from The Silence of the Lambs, these impending newfangled additions are sure to fit right in at the Hollywood Museum.
Alison Arngrim

Highlighted Primetime programs on display: Alpha House, American Horror Story, Bessie, Dancing with the Stars, Hot in Cleveland, House of Lies, How to Get Away with Murder, Justified, Mad Men, Modern Family, Orange is the New Black, Orphan Black, Portlandia, Project Runway, Ray Donovan, Silicon Valley, The Americans, The Good Wife, The Knick, The Newsroom, The Secret Life of Marilyn Monroe, The Walking Dead, Transparent, True Blood, Two and a Half Men.
The display itself will encompass featured props and original costumes from 2014-2015 most highly nominated shows along with “fan favorites”
Designer Sue Wong and Prince Mario-Max Leffe

Attending opening night, red carpet, all star reception were Richard Herd of Star Trekkian fame, Everybody Love’s Raymond’s equally love-able Doris Roberts, Batman’s golden-voiced Jack Betts, The Bay’s ever singular Patrika Darbo, ventriloquist extraordinaire and sitcom-style SOAP star Jay Johnson, The Have and Have Nots, tall Jerome Ro Brooks, The Young and the Restless’ ever dynamic Kate Linder, stand-out comedienne Judy Tenuta, Little House on the Prairie’s—never stand-down—“bad girl” Alison Arngrim, ever lovely as a lily of the valley Lee Purcell of aptly named Valley Girl fame.
Left, Kate Linder and Lee

THE HOLLYWOOD MUSEUM IN THE HISTORIC MAX FACTOR BUILDING features over 10,000 real showbiz treasures and the most extensive collection of Hollywood costumes, star cars, props, posters, photographs and memorabilia in the world with over 100 years of Hollywood history. 
From Marilyn Monroe's costumes, the official Walk of Fame Exhibit to Hannibal Lecter's jail cell movie set from The Silence of the Lambs. The Hollywood Museum is also home to Max Factor's world-famous makeup rooms where Marilyn Monroe received her famous blonde locks and Lucille Ball first donned her famous red hair. 
The Hollywood Museum is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
(Center), Karen and Kat Kramer, Vincent De Paul w friends

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