|The Universal Studio of Hollywood|
The Universal Studio of Hollywood is one of the most visited in the world. 100 Years ago, Carl Laemmle founded the Universal Studios in Hollywood. With Paramount, it is the oldest enterprise of American cinema still in activity. It has survived the many mergers of the 1990s and 2000, redeemed, and integrated into other larger groups but still there. It owes many films of recent decades, a famous horror movies of the 1930s to the classics of E.T. and The Thing, released in 1982, back to the future (1985), gorillas in the mist (1988), Cry Baby (1990), American Pie (99), O'Brother (2000) or even The Bourne Identity (the trilogy). This centenary will be celebrated throughout the year with many gifts to moviegoers. A collection of great films edited in DVD and Blue-Ray disc including some for the first time (a series including Alfred Hitchcock). The restoration of 13 mythical films, including A the West, nothing new (1930), Dracula (1931), Frankenstein (1931), the birds (1963), the teeth of the Sea (1975), Out of Africa (1985) and the list of Schindler (1993). The launch of a new logo. Animations in Los Angeles and Orlando theme parks. And of course a strong presence on social networks where fans will be put to contribution, as is fashionable today.