Media, Arts, & Society | June 26, 1990
Unpublished Letter to
Letters, in Los Angeles Times
It seems like every week another celebrity is
presented with a star on the "Hollywood Walk of Fame".
Congratulations to them all!
However, correct me if I'm wrong; but I
don't recall ever having seen stars presented to the two
people who have worked the longest and the hardest over the
years to thus ensure everyone else's lasting place in
entertainment history (and who have helped keep the tradition of
the star-studded, internationally renowned Hollywood Christmas
Parade alive for decades): The presenters themselves, good ol'
Johnny Grant and Bill Welsh.
I doubt they could -- or would -- nominate
themselves, but won't the rest of the Hollywood Chamber of
Commerce do the honors? Who else could be more deserving?
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