Hollywood Star Chart: Golden Age - Original Open Edition
The Golden Age version of our Hollywood Star Chart features constellations named after some of the most culturally significant films to have appeared on the silver screen between 1927 and the 1960's. The stars that make up the clusters are the Hollywood actors who appeared in those movies.
The chart is based on the night sky over Los Angeles on October 6th 1927 - the release date of Al Jolson's The Jazz Singer, the first feature-length motion picture with synchronised dialogue which heralded a new era for cinema and the decline of the silent film.
The 62 films featured include those chosen for preservation in the US National Film Registry due to their cultural, historical or aesthetic significance, Academy Award winners, and a few personal favourites. Films include King Kong, The Wizard of Oz, It's a Wonderful Life, Gone with the Wind, Casablanca and Rebel Without a Cause.
- 2 colour litho print
- 120gsm uncoated art paper
- H80 x W60cm
- Features A-Z key