Golden Age Stories Parade Float Featured Actors Martin Kove and Phil Proctor Aboard ‘Golden Age Express’ in Hollywood Christmas Parade
HOLLYWOOD, Calif., Dec. 2 /PRNewswire/ — A record crowd of over 90,000 well-wishers greeted Hollywood actors Martin Kove and Phil Proctor, along with two dozen costumed actors riding aboard the colorful, glittering 32-foot long L. Ron Hubbard Stories from the Golden Age float–named the Golden Age Express–and Santa’s Jumpin’ Jive Swingers dancing alongside the float for the entire 2 1/2 mile route Sunday night as part of the annual Hollywood Christmas Parade.
“It’s great to see the joy in people’s faces along the parade route,” said Kove, who was riding along with his fiance, Michelle Tabb. “Hollywood’s past and current success is based a lot on pulp fiction stories, so Stories from the Golden Age make a perfect fit for the parade.”
Proctor, accompanied by his actor-daughter Kristin, stated, “The crowd was wowed!” He continued, “Everyone was here to see Santa and hear the musical bands, but our Golden Age Express and the wonderful original music, swing dancers and costumed characters made everyone smile.”
Audiences were treated to cowboys, detectives, maidens, and pirates showcasing characters from 8 different story genres found in the Stories from the Golden Age pulp fiction series (Galaxy Press, www.goldenagestories.com), along with Santa’s Jumpin’ Jive Swingers, comprised of swing couples from all over Southern California led by top swing dancer Benny Reese and partner Jennifer Netzel and choreographed by Bonita Wilson and Liz Baybak of Dancemakers, Inc. (http://dancemakers.wordpress.com).
Stories from the Golden Age is an 80-novel, 150-story series of trade paperback and multi-cast, unabridged audio books showcasing author L. Ron Hubbard’s pulp fiction masterpieces from the 1930s and 1940s in multiple genres, including romance, drama, mystery, western, action adventure, and science fiction, among others. The book collection is one of the largest known releases of pulp fiction novels ever published by a single author and publisher.
In addition to his float appearance, Kove and Proctor regularly take part in live theatrical readings of the Stories from the Golden Age pulp fiction stories. The performances take place every Saturday at the 150-seat Golden Age Theater located at Hollywood & Sycamore, just one block west of the famed Grauman’s Chinese Theatre.
For more information go to www.goldenagestories.com.
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