Through the remarkable eye of first-time film director Greg Reitman, we embark on an armchair adventure through time and nature in this captivating exploration of the romantic history of Santa Catalina Island, Hollywood's private playground for the better part of a century. The audience experiences the island's golden era beginning with William Wrigley Jr.'s acquisition of the Santa Catalina Island Company in 1919. The film concludes with footage of Art Good's Catalina Island JazzTrax Festival, the Fender Catalina Island Blues Festival, and a visual kaleidoscope of modern-day Catalina, an ecological paradise that continues to serve the leisure and entertainment desires of Hollywood royalty and casual weekend visitors alike.
Through the remarkable eye of first-time film director Greg Reitman, we embark on an armchair adventure through time and nature in this captivating exploration of the romantic history of Santa Catalina Island, Hollywood's private playground for the better part of a century. The audience experiences the island's golden era beginning with William Wrigley Jr.'s acquisition of the Santa Catalina Island Company in 1919. The film concludes with footage of Art Good's Catalina Island JazzTrax Festival, the Fender Catalina Island Blues Festival, and a visual kaleidoscope of modern-day Catalina, an ecological paradise that continues to serve the leisure and entertainment desires of Hollywood royalty and casual weekend visitors alike.
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Hollywood's Magical Island - Catalina / (Mod)
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Through the remarkable eye of first-time film director Greg Reitman, we embark on an armchair adventure through time and nature in this captivating exploration of the romantic history of Santa Catalina Island, Hollywood's private playground for the better part of a century. The audience experiences the island's golden era beginning with William Wrigley Jr.'s acquisition of the Santa Catalina Island Company in 1919. The film concludes with footage of Art Good's Catalina Island JazzTrax Festival, the Fender Catalina Island Blues Festival, and a visual kaleidoscope of modern-day Catalina, an ecological paradise that continues to serve the leisure and entertainment desires of Hollywood royalty and casual weekend visitors alike.