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Cue the face-lift jokes.
Officials are scheduled to unveil a spruced-up Hollywood sign Tuesday, after its nine 45-foot-tall letters were repainted beginning in October.
At the project’s outset, officials expected to use 275 gallons of paint and 110 gallons of primer to gussy up the sign, which was erected in 1923 to tout a high-end real estate development. Its white letters read "Hollywoodland" until 1949, the first year the then-crumbling sign was made over.
In the 1970s, the termite-weakened “O” cartwheeled away from the rest of the white letters and an “L” was set ablaze, according to the nonprofit Hollywood Sign Trust.
Read more at LA Times