Harrison Held's SceneAroundTown - Joseff of Hollywood Exhibit at the Hollywood Museum

Harrison Held's SceneAroundTown Hollywood....

The Hollywood Museum's Donelle Dadigan and staff pulled out all the stops to create an excellent opening night party celebrating the launch of their very beautiful Joseff of Hollywood exhibit.

The museum is housed in the former historic glamorous Max Factor Building and the new exhibit features stunning Joseff of Hollywood's famous vintage movie costume jewelry worn by Hollywood's biggest and most glamorous stars like Elizabeth Taylor, Marilyn Monroe, Judy Garland, Jayne Mansfield, Katharine Hepburn, Debbie Reynolds, Billie Burke, Jane Russell, Rita Hayworth, Lucille Ball, Carmen Miranda, Marlene Dietrich, Bette Davis, Audrey Hepburn, Terry Moore and many more in dozens of popular movies and television shows...

Special guest speakers were actress Ruta Lee via satellite, film historian Leonard Maltin, actress Kat Kramer (Katharine Hepburn's God Daughter), actress Jackie Joseph and Joseff of Hollywood family members Tina and Kristin Joseff.

Celebrity guests included West Side Story's George Chakiris, Family Affair's Kathy Garver, singer Roslyn Kind with her friend David Zimmerman, Game Show Announcer/TV historian Randy West, N.Y.P.D. Blues actress Sharon Lawrence, CNN Royal Family Correspondent Sandro Monetti plus actresses Rachel Kylian, Kat Kolla, Meredith Thomas, talk show host Richard Skipper (his stage show celebrating 60 years of Hello, Dolly and his friendship with Carol Channing is fantastic) and popular pod casters/actresses Eve Richards and Mellisa Niece Smith hosts of The Discovery Pod with Eve.

Kudos to museum president Donelle Dadigan, operation manager Steve Nyklemoe and publicists Harlan Boll and Roger Neal and their hard-working staff for a most excellent and memorable evening with delicious eats n treats by Douglas Newton Private Events.

Although I wasn't able to make it, I heard glowing reports about the 3 Stooges Exhibit now being exhibited. It was a fun night filled with fans and family members. Two wonderful exhibits not to be missed.

Posted By DH Magazine on June 13, 2024 05:26 pm | Permalink