Two fashionable young women get a lift in the bucket of a steam shovel, giving them an unparalleled view of Los Angeles below. Just behind them sits the 30-foot high "HOLLYWOODLAND" sign, built in 1923 to promote a new housing development in the Hollywood Hills. The original sign, once outfitted with about 4,000 blinking bulbs, came to symbolize the romance and glamour of Hollywood's golden age of filming. In 1949, the Chamber of Commerce replaced the sign with he one we know today, which simply reads "HOLLYWOOD."
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