Gold frames

One of the distinctive elements of the Hollywood Brown Derby restaurant are the caricatures found throughout the restaurant.  The caricatures are something you'd find on the walls of the original Brown Derby restaurant where caricatures of the celebrities that dined at the restaurants were included a "wall of fame" at the Brown Derby.

In the Walt Disney World version, Imagineers brought this idea of caricatures to the restaurant as well with most of the caricatures we see copies of the originals.  However, there are a few originals along the restaurant's walls that are marked with a distinctive gold frame (as opposed to the copies that have a black frame).

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