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Eva Green
New books offer snapshots of fame, fashion, felines and fantasy
New books offer snapshots of fame, fashion, felines and fantasy

"Hollywood Cats" (ACC Distribution, $45) When the Hollywood studios took over the wilds of Los Angeles in the 1930s, the backlots, soundstages and production offices became a playground for stray kittens and cats. More than tolerated, they were catered to with feeding stations around the properties. Hundreds were born on the grounds, and they nudged their way into the hearts of stars and staff — and sometimes into Hollywood history, as did the gray tabby that sits on Marlon Brando's knee in "The Godfather." Fan magazines even ran stories about the most famous fur balls, including Orangey, who played Holly Golightly's "Cat" in...

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