Tuesday, November 28, 2017


Hollywood Heritage Museum
Saturday, December 2, 2017
Harry Langdon, Jr.

Harry Langdon, Jr.

Hollywood, CA -- Iconic celebrity photographer Harry Langdon Jr., will be speaking and signing copies of his book, Nothing on a Stage is Permanent: The Harry Langdon Scrapbook, featuring rare images of his father and life on set beginning in the late 1800’s. This talk and book signing is taking place at the Hollywood Heritage Museum, Saturday, December 2nd, 12:00-4:00pm.

Harry Jr., will be available to sign copies, share stories and chat, during the 6th annual "Afternoon with the Authors," billed as, an opportunity for members and the public to meet the authors of books and publications with Hollywood as their theme and to have those books signed by the authors as gifts for the holidays. Admission is free, please arrive early as it will be standing room only.

"We are honored to have him as a guest author at our event, speaking on and signing his book, "Nothing on a Stage is Permanent: The Harry Langdon Scrapbook." Richard Adkins (President, Hollywood Heritage Museum)

Nothing on a Stage is Permanent is a luxuriously crafted hardcover coffee table book, published by Walker Anthony Books. The 200-page photographically illustrated book, visually tells the story of Harry’s father's life and career, beginning with the turn-of-the-century medicine shows, moving on to vaudeville and Broadway, then continuing on to his career in motion pictures. It is the perfect holiday gift for a silent film enthusiast, film buff friends, or loved ones, and can be purchased the day of at the book store located inside the museum.

For more information on this holiday event, please visit their website at: http://www.hollywoodheritage.org/events-calendar, About the Museum: The Hollywood Heritage Museum, is opposite the Hollywood Bowl and is housed in the restored Lasky-DeMille Barn, which was acquired in February 1983 by Hollywood Heritage, Inc., and moved to its present site. It was dedicated on December 13, 1985. Since 1985, Hollywood Heritage has funded the preservation, restoration and maintenance of early Hollywood treasures. http://www.hollywoodheritage.org/

About Harry Langdon, Jr.: Born and raised in Hollywood, CA. Since the mid 60's, Harry Langdon, Jr. has been preserving moments in time with his camera, living and working by the credo "Each photo session is a new creative adventure that cannot be compared with any other art form." Because of this belief, his clients come from around the world to have him photograph them. "They are some of the most beautiful and influential people in the various fields of entertainment, business, religion, politics, royalty, sports, advertising and the printed page."

Harry Philmore Langdon
(Harry, Sr.)
June 15, 1884 – December 22, 1944

Harry, Jr., is known for his uncanny ability to light sets and subjects based on styles and angles. The design techniques he learned growing up on silent film sets, make his expertise highly sought after and his photographs instantly recognizable. Harry, Jr., is considered one of the greatest photographers in the world. He lives in Beverly Hills, CA and is the only son of the late, multifaceted entertainer, comedian and silent film star, Harry Langdon, Sr. For more information on Harry Langdon, Jr., please visit: www.HarryLangdon.com


The Hollywood Heritage Museum is located at:
2100 N. Highland Ave.,
Hollywood, CA 90068
(323) 874-4005
Admission is FREE, plenty of parking

Hollywood Heritage Museum
Saturday, December 2, 2017
Harry Langdon, Jr.
Nothing on a Stage is Permanent: The Harry Langdon Scrapbook

Contact: Shawni Groves
(213) 255-0059

Promotional Card for Fans of Harry Langdon:

Categories: Hollywood Entertainment News, Silent Film Enthusiasts, Golden Age of Film, Vaudeville, Fans of Harry Langdon Sr., and Jr., Hollywood Royalty, Celebrity Photographer, Photographer to the Stars, Native Angeleno, Fashion Photography, Entertainment Pop-culture Photographer, Photography, Iconic Photographer, Hollywood Heritage Holiday Book Signing Event, Literary, Hollywood Film History, Historical Hollywood, Los Angeles Film History

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