The exhibit, which consisted of three popular sections – Hill Valley from 1955, Hill Valley from 1985, and Hill Valley from 1885, will pay tribute to the film franchise. Rob Klein, a top BTTF collector and Special Guest Curator for this exhibit said, “ In my opinion these three films are the most perfect in Cinematic history, in fact Universal Studios wanted a 4th installment – however both Bob Gale and Robert Zemeckis agreed that the trilogy should not be revisited as they felt they had created and produced a trilogy that could not get any better.”
Dadigan, who is also the Chair of the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce, Chair of the Hollywood Historic Trust, and Vice Chair of the California Film Commission said “We are beyond excited that fans of this movie franchise will be able to see original, costumes, props, along with the ever popular merchandise that fans of all ages loved to collect from all three films, and the Part 3 Hero DeLorean Time Machine as seen in the BTTF Part 3 – There are more than 350 artifacts in this special one of a kind exhibit, and many of these items have never been on public display before.”
Highlights from BACK TO THE FUTURE TRILOGY: THE EXHIBIT include Christopher Lloyd’s (Doc Brown) Robe from Parts 1 & 3, Michael J. Fox ( Marty McFly) Western Costume from Part 3, to Mary Steenburgen ( Clara) dress, & telescope from Part 3, the iconic Hero DeLorean Time machine Car in part 3, with more than 350 original screen matched artifacts , screen accurate replicas, iconic costumes, photos, posters and more are featured in this exhibit – The extensive exhibit will also feature much sought after collectibles from the time period that each film was released, along with several never before seen items.”
STARS That Attended:
Bob Gale ( BTTF creator, producer, writer), Charles Fleischer ( BTTF 2), Don Fullilove (Mayor Gordy Wilson BTTF 1&2) , Darlene Vogel ( Spike ,BTTF 2), Ricky Dean Logan ( Data & Needles Gang BTTF 2 &3), Donelle Dadigan (Founder, President The Hollywood Museum), Burt Ward ( Robin, Batman 66),The Pointer Sisters( Anita & Bonnie) , Margaret O’Brien ( Film Legend) , Renee Lawless ( Have and Have Nots), Natalia Safran( Annabelle Comes Home, Aquaman) , Rachel Mullins Lee Purcell (Carol of the Bells), Dee Wallace (ET), Lee Meriwether( Batman 66),Ro Brooks ( The Have and Have Nots), Roslyn Kind( Singer), Kate Linder ( Young & the Restless), George Chakiris( Oscar winner West Side Story) , Judy Tenuta, Ieva Georges ( Criminal Minds), Sofia Milos ( CSI Miami), Carolyn Hennessey ( GH,True Blood), Danny Arroyo, Gloria Garauya ( How to Get away with Murder), Stacia Gate, Patti Negri ( Good Witch), Dawn Wells( Gilligan’s Island), Jax Malcom, Rico Anderson (#Freerayshawn), Ilene Graff ( Mr. Belvadere),Geri Jewell( Facts of Life/ Deadwood), Ben Lanzarone ( Broadway Composer), Alice Amter ( Big Bang Theory), Adam Wiley( Pecket Fences), Brooklyn Robinson( mani), Bryson Robinson ( Pineapple), Darcy Donovan ( Modern Family), Diana Lansleen ( Y&R/ Days of our Lives), Elaine Ballace ( The Rich & The Ruthless), Geoffrey Mark ( Best Selling Author), Hunter Payton( Raven’s Home), Isabella Leon ( Disney Princess Club), Jailen Bates ( WITS Academy), Sean- Ryan Peterson ( Victor and Valention), Tracy Weisert ( The Neighbors/ Life in Pieces),Alyssa de Boisblanc, Kathleen Hughes, Jeremy Miller ( Growing Pains), and many others.
ABOUT THE HOLLYWOOD MUSEUM: The Hollywood Museum in the historic Max Factor Building is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation showcasing more than 10,000 Authentic Show Business Treasures, spotlighting 100 years of Hollywood history – from the Silents to Talkies, to Hollywood’s Golden Era, Film Noir, Television and its Pioneer Years, through the rebellious 60s, special effects 70s, evolving 80s, involved 90s, technological 2000s, and beyond to current day heartthrobs! The Hollywood Museum’s exhibits showcase the best in film, network and cable television, and new digital platforms featuring iconic and fan favorites! The Hollywood Museum in the historic Max Factor Building is the Official Museum of Hollywood and offers visitors the most extensive collection of Hollywood memorabilia in the world – featuring the glamour of Hollywood legends and stars – past, present and in the making. The Hollywood Museum offers one-of-a-kind costumes, props, photographs, scripts, stars’ car collections, personal artifacts, posters, and memorabilia from favorite stars, films and TV shows. Located in the heart of Hollywood, at the corner of Hollywood Blvd and Highland Ave, just steps from the Hollywood Walk of Fame, the Hollywood Museum has been named the #1 top tourist attraction in Hollywood by LA Weekly, and one of the “Top 10” Museums in LA by the LA Tourism and Convention Board and Trip Advisor.
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