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Can you determine whether these facts about the history of Hollywood are (T)rue or (F)alse?

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Hollywood was named by its developer, Hobart Johnstone Whitley.
Pat Sajak had the sign changed to read 'Hollyword'.
The famous sign originally read 'Hollywoodland'.
The sign is only 19 feet tall.
An actress committed suicide in 1932 by jumping off the 'H'.
When adjusted for inflation, The Wizard of Oz is Hollywood's highest grossing film.
Hollywood was a dry town from 1904 until 1910.
The line 'Ready for my close up Mr. DeMille' is because DeMille invented the close up.
The line 'Frankly my dear, I don't give a damn' was banned and added years later.
The Academy Awards were first held in Hollywood in 1929.
The Founder of Grauman's Chinese theater wasn't Chinese.
The Theater hosted the Academy Awards for decades.
Then Mann's Chinese Theater, it hosted the premiere of Star Wars in 1977.
The burning of Atlanta in Gone With the Wind was actual footage of the S.F. fire.
The first film studio ever built was in Hollywood.
The hot fudge sundae was invented in Hollywood.
The first film studio in Hollywood was 20th Century Fox.
Ronald Reagan played a President before he was one.
The earliest Hollywood pornographic film dates back to 1915.
Hollywood was also home to the 1st western commercial TV station.

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