Tales Of A Hollywood Tour Guide

Written by Stephen Schochet

Author/Narrator Stephen Schochet researched Hollywood and Disney stories and lore for 10 years while giving tours of Hollywood. He hadrepparttar unique idearepparttar 118238 stories could be told anywhere and that's what led him to createrepparttar 118239 critically acclaimed audiobooks "Fascinating Walt Disney" and "Tales Of Hollywood". Here he shares some stories that happened while he was actually giving tours:

On one tour I pointed outrepparttar 118240 Fox Plaza,repparttar 118241 building that was blown up inrepparttar 118242 movie Die Hard. A tourist asked me "How did they put that building back together so fast?" * Onrepparttar 118243 tour we stop at Rodeo Drive. The people were returning torepparttar 118244 bus after their visit and Steve Garvey came walking by. A life long Dodger fan I said," Hi Steve." Happy forrepparttar 118245 recognition, he came over to meetrepparttar 118246 people onrepparttar 118247 bus. Unfortunately,repparttar 118248 entire group was from England and Germany and not a single person knew who he was. * The day after OJ Simpson was arrested, I was doing a tour where we stopped in front ofrepparttar 118249 Chinese Theater. My customers were looking atrepparttar 118250 handprints and footprints, while I stretched my legs near a row of parked tour buses. Two men, one with a filming camera approached me. "Hi We're from CNN. Are you a tour guide? We would like to interview you about OJ." "Sure." "Great. Rollrepparttar 118251 camera. We're talking to a Hollywood tour guide. So

Hollywood Humor: Cary Grant's Muffins

Written by Stephen Schochet

In 1853 in Saratoga Springs, New York, American Indian Chef George Crum was preparing his specialty French fried potatoes inrepparttar upscale resort he was working at, when he received word that one ofrepparttar 118237 patrons complained they were cut too thick. An annoyed Crum decided to slicerepparttar 118238 delicacy razor thin to teachrepparttar 118239 customer a lesson. To his surpriserepparttar 118240 guest loved it, and that's how we got potato chips.

Nearly one hundred years later another squeaky wheel named Cary Grant was having breakfast atrepparttar 118241 Beverly Hilton Hotel, when he noticed that his bread dish had three half muffins. The very rich but frugal actor called the

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