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Slideshow: Stars Align at ‘The Hollywood Show’ in Chicago

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CHICAGO – One of the most unique happenings in Chicago every year is “The Hollywood Show.” This annual event presents celebrities from TV and film, both from the nostalgic past and the current scene. In September of 2012, the show included Loni Anderson (“WKRP in Cincinnati”), Oscar Winner Martin Landau and the reunited cast of “Lost in Space,” all meeting fans and signing autographs.

HollywoodChicago.com covered the event, and photographer Joe Arce put the show’s participants in front of the lens. “The Hollywood Show” will be back in Chicago in September, 2013. Click “Next” and “Previous” to scan through the slideshow or jump directly to individual photos with the captioned links below. All images © Joe Arce of Starstruck Foto for HollywoodChicago.com.

  1. HOLSHOW1: Loni Anderson of ‘WKRP in Cincinnati.’
  2. HOLSHOW2: Another view of Loni Anderson.
  3. HOLSHOW3: Oscar winner Martin Landau of ‘Ed Wood’ and ‘The Majestic.’
  4. HOLSHOW4: Robert Loggia danced with Tom Hanks in ‘Big.’
  5. HOLSHOW5: Pam Grier portrayed ‘Coffy,’ ‘Friday Foster’ and ‘Jackie Brown.’
  6. HOLSHOW6: Bernie Kopell of ‘The Love Boat’ and ‘Get Smart.’
  7. HOLSHOW7: Lainie Kazan of ‘My Big Fat Greek Wedding.’
  8. HOLSHOW8: Van Williams, the original ‘Green Hornet’ on 1960s TV.
  9. HOLSHOW9: Sally Kellerman portrayed Hot Lips in the film version of ‘M*A*S*H.’
  10. HOLSHOW10: Sybil Danning, action star, ‘Battle Beyond the Stars.’
  11. HOLSHOW11: Jon Provost portrayed ‘Timmy’ in the classic TV series ‘Lassie.’
  12. HOLSHOW12: June Lockhart, Film and TV star, ‘Lost in Space,’ ‘Lassie.’
  13. HOLSHOW13: Marta Kristen, Judy Robinson on TV’s ‘Lost in Space.’
  14. HOLSHOW14: Angela Cartwright, ‘Lost in Space,’ “Make Room for Daddy.’
  15. HOLSHOW15: Bill Mumy, Will Robinson on ‘Lost in Space.’
  16. HOLSHOW16: Cast of TV’s ‘Lost in Space’ (1965-68) with Model B9 Robot.
  17. HOLSHOW17: Linda Purl of ‘Happy Days’ and ‘Matlock.’
  18. HOLSHOW18: Keir Dullea portrayed Dave Bowman in ‘2001: A Space Odyssey.’
  19. HOLSHOW19: Gary Lockwood, Dr. Frank Poole in ‘2001: A Space Odyssey.’
  20. HOLSHOW20: Jim Hampton co-starred in TV’s ‘F Troop,’ ‘The Longest Yard.’
  21. HOLSHOW21: Comedian Judy Tenuta, Petite Flower and Love Goddess.
  22. HOLSHOW22: Wackier side of Judy Tenuta.
  23. HOLSHOW23: Julie Adams starred in ‘The Creature from the Black Lagoon.’
  24. HOLSHOW24: Paris Themmen was Mike Teevee in the 1971 ‘Willy Wonka’ film.
  25. HOLSHOW25: BarBara Luna of films ‘Elmer Gantry,’ TV’s original ‘Star Trek.’
  26. HOLSHOW26: Sean Kenney was in the 1966 pilot of the original ‘Star Trek.’
  27. HOLSHOW27: Ari Lehman portrayed the original Jason in ‘Friday the 13th’
  28. HOLSHOW28: Jackie Zeman, Bobbie Spencer on ‘General Hospital’
  29. HOLSHOW29: Mary Deese of ‘Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay.’
  30. HOLSHOW30: Chicago D.J. Mancow Mueller.
  31. HOLSHOW31: Connie Stevens, Film and TV star, ‘Way…Way Out,’ ‘The Sex Symbol.’
  32. HOLSHOW32: Barbara Feldon, Agent 99 on the TV series ‘Get Smart.’
  33. The next Chicago edition of “The Hollywood Show” will be in September of 2013. Click here for more information.

    HollywoodChicago.com senior staff writer Patrick McDonald

    By PATRICK McDONALD
    Senior Staff Writer
    HollywoodChicago.com
    pat@hollywoodchicago.com

    © 2013 Patrick McDonald, HollywoodChicago.com

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