A narrow dot matrix typeface, with 3 dots for verticals and 2 dots for horizontals, at a height of 12 dots. Origin unclear. Shown in a 1974 Formatt catalog as Hollywood Lights. No lowercase. Dan X. Solo’s Special-effects and Topical Alphabets (Dover Books, 1978) shows Hollywood Lights next to a version where the dots are replaced with stars, named Hollywood Stars. Also shown in the 1992 Solotype catalog.
Digitized by Solotype in 1999.
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