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A Look Back At Hollywood’s Most Notable Celebrity Hippies

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25 Times Celebrities Made History At Hollywood’s Favorite Hotel The Chateau Marmont

The story goes like this: It’s 1920-something, and the head of Columbia Pictures has signed Hollywood’s next two A-list leading men, Glenn Ford and William Holden. Knowing that the glint in their eyes is indicative of an impishness that can’t quite be contained, he gives them the following instructions, “If you must get into trouble, do it at the Chateau Marmont.” So is it something in the air, or perhaps in the water? Because there certainly is a sort of “je ne sais quoi” about the Chateau Marmont that has made it the go-to hotel for Hollywood’s most glamorous – and most gloriously mischievous. The storied establishment is full of secrets, but still the occasional outrageous story slips out, and they’ll have your jaw dropping in disbelief.

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They Weren’t Always Famous – People Share Photos of Celebrities They Knew Long Before Fame

Celebrities are often seen as these unattainable super-humans that only date supermodels, members of the wealthy elite or other stars. So the internet community – mostly Twitter – decided to remind everyone that’s not the case by posting photos of celebrities right before they blew up alongside the ordinary folk they dated. Actors, singers and athletes are just like us – or, at least, they were before they were famous. Before their talents were discovered by the right people, actors like Bradley Cooper and musicians like Beyoncé were just out there looking for love. Read on to learn about the relationships of the rich and famous before they were rich or famous.

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Behind The Scenes: A Look Back At The Hilarious ‘Beverly Hillbillies’

Can you imagine sticking a group of simple, mountain folk smack dab in the middle of one of the wealthiest and fanciest neighborhoods in America? Well, that was the idea behind the aptly titled and tremendously successful sitcom ‘The Beverly Hillbillies,’ which ran for nine years straight and inspired a movie adaptation. Throughout its nine seasons, fans fell in love with family patriarch Jed Clampett, his bumbling nephew, Jethro, and the iconic Granny. There are mind-blowing details about the show and things that went on behind the scenes, though, that viewers weren’t made aware of at the time. Even the setting was originally meant to be elsewhere! Read on to learn the things you didn’t know about the classic TV favorite ‘The Beverly Hillbillies.’

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