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Sign of conflict

California film moguls' addition to Plymouth has town's war memorial advocates up in arms

John Hedge, 59, walked in front of the Hollywood East sign installed by Plymouth Rock Studios that blocks the Korean and Vietnam War Memorial. John Hedge, 59, walked in front of the Hollywood East sign installed by Plymouth Rock Studios that blocks the Korean and Vietnam War Memorial. (Matthew J. Lee/Globe staff)
By Christine Legere
Globe Correspondent / July 1, 2008

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PLYMOUTH - This town's historic district, home to Plymouth Rock, some of the oldest houses in the country, and the Mayflower II, sprouted a flashy new feature last week: a 50-foot-long "Hollywood East" sign spanning the lawn of the Plymouth County Courthouse. (Full article: 765 words)

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