Celebrating “The Squaw Man”
June 27, 2014
The Hollywood Chamber of Commerce is hosting a centennial party for Hollywood’s first feature film, 1914’s “The Squaw Man.” The celebration will take place Tuesday, July 1 from 5:oo to 8:00 p.m. at the Hollywood Heritage Museum, 2100 N. Highland Ave.
The event will include entertainment for kids, beer, wine, a BBQ, and an ice cream station, in addition to “vintage 1914 atmosphere” including antique cars, screenings of “The Squaw Man,” and more! There will also be presentations on the history of the film, the film industry, and Cecil B. DeMille, one of the directors of the film, who went on to make two more versions of the film: a silent remake in 1918, and a “talkie” in 1931.
The event is free for Chamber members in good standing, with up to two guests (kids 10 and under are free). Non-member and additional tickets are $10. Must register at www.hollywoodchamber.net/events.