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Lunch with "Hollywood" Author Manny Pacheco
Cafe de Paris
Edmonds, WA
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Lunch with "Hollywood" Author Manny Pacheco
Join Author of the award-winning "Forgotten Hollywood, Forgotten History" Manny Pacheco over lunch at Cafe de Paris, where you will be entertained and engaged by inside and secret stories of the forgotten Hollywood past, and have an opportunity to meet Manny face-to-face and have him sign a copy of his book for you.

All attendees will receive lunch for one at Cafe de Paris, from a selected menu (drinks extra), and a copy of "Forgotten Hollywood, Forgotten History". You will have the opportunity to have Manny sign the book for you at the end of the lunch.
About "Forgotten Hollywood, Forgotten History"

The ideal companion for both lovers of cinema and students of history. Manny Pacheco's Forgotten Hollywood Forgotten History highlights the best supporting actors and actresses of Hollywood's Golden Age, and their films that tell America's story.

Pacheco, a veteran of three decades in radio and television in Southern California, transmits his passion for the classics against the backdrop of U.S. history. Insider tidbits about these character actors, and little-known events in America's past combine in a collection of treasures that will send readers clamoring for a new—or renewed—viewing of these movies.

We are proud to announce the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences included Forgotten Hollywood Forgotten History in the prestigious Margaret Herrick Library. The Writers Guild Foundation – Shavelson Webb Library, and the American Film Institute – Louis B. Mayer Library are the latest iconic locations to house this remarkable paperback.
Actors Featured in the book

Manny explores in detail the interesting lives and portrayals on the silver screen of Claude Rains, Lionel Barrymore, Arthur Kennedy, Ward Bond, Walter Brennan, Thomas Mitchell, John Carradine, William Bendix, Donald Crisp, Van Heflin, Eddie "Rochester" Anderson, Beulah Bondi, Gloria Grahame, Thelma Ritter, and Basil Rathbone.

National Best Book Awards 2009 - History: Media & Entertainmetn - Winner 1st Prize
Booksandauthors.net 2009 - Non-fiction Film - Book of the Year
Premier Book Awards 2010 - Non-fiction - Second Prize
Hollywood Book Festival 2010 - Biography/Autobiography - Honorable Mention
About Author Manny Pacheco

Manny Pacheco is a radio and television personality from Orange County, California. His career has spanned over three decades. He was a host of the Daytime Emmy-nominated, In Studio on KCOP 13. He has also appeared on NBC's Santa Barbara, and moderated many public television pledge drives (KCET in Los Angeles). He also had a principle role in the documentary, Karaoke Fever, which was featured at the L.A. Film Festival in 2001.

Manny currently works in voice-over and commercial acting, and his clients have included FORD, GTE, ARCO, MILLER LITE, and most recently, HONDA. Since 1980, he has been a broadcaster, newscaster and traffic reporter for stations in Los Angeles his entire career.

A 28-year member of the Screen Actor's Guild, and a member of the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists and Pacific Pioneer Broadcasters, Manny recently wrote an article about his experiences at the 2008 Screen Actors Guild Awards that appeared on a blog at L.A. Radio.com and Karaoke Scene Magazine in Southern California. Many of his articles have appeared in Karaoke Scene Magazine.

An L.A.-native, Manny received his undergraduate degree at UCLA in Bachelor of Arts, Political Science Major. Manny is married to Laurie and they currently live in Cypress, CA.

Information was provided by http://forgottenhollywood.com


Cafe de Paris
109 Main St.
Edmonds, WA 98020
United States



Kid Friendly: No
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: No
Wheelchair Accessible: No


Owner: Edmonds International Film Festival
On BPT Since: Sep 29, 2010
(425) 224-5231

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