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Bill Cotter, World's Fair enthusiast, has been collecting images of the 1964/1965 New York World's Fair for many years. He shares with us here some excellent views of Hollywood U.S.A. If you would like to see more images of Bill's fabulous collection of World's Fair images, visit his website WorldsFairPhotos.com.

Replica of Hollywood's famed Grauman's Chinese Theatre welcomes visitors to the Hollywood U.S.A. Pavilion. Information booth and ticket stand sports the pavilion's marquee.

Welcome to Hollywood U.S.A. Step inside and visit the world of...

Lights! Camera! Action!

 

These photos of the front of the pavilion show some interesting changes between the 1964 (top photo) and 1965 (bottom photo) seasons. Perhaps hoping to boost attendance, 1964's Celebrity Room became 1965's Bistro and Go Go!

A view of the back side of Hollywood U.S.A. as seen from the Transportation Area and Grand Central Parkway. Behind the large wall is the setting for West Side Story. Perhaps someone as Maria sang "Tonight" from the balcony on the outdoor replica street setting for West Side Story.

The main street of Dodge City is quiet in this afternoon view of the replica Gunsmoke TV series set. Is that Miss Kitty and Newly checking out his six-shooter outside the Long Branch Saloon?

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There's trouble brewing at the Long Branch as some city slicker tourist Fairgoers are about to have a brawl.

Cleopatra's royal barge (top photo) and the elaborate stage setting for her meeting with Marc Antony (bottom photo).

East meets west on the set of The King and I at the Hollywood U.S.A. Pavilion

Source: Above photos presented courtesy Bill Cotter Collection and are © Copyright 2017 Bill Cotter, All Rights Reserved


Evening view of Hollywood U.S.A. Facade

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Hollywood USA Facade

Hollywood U.S.A. Pavilion

SOURCE: NY World's Fair Corporation, presented courtesy Gary Holmes collection

Hollywood USA Pavilion

Hollywood U.S.A.

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