04:00 PST Hollywood -- Danny Finegood, who viewed his hillside handiwork on the "Hollywood" sign as environmental sculpture, died of multiple myeloma Monday at Hollywood Presbyterian Hospital, said his wife, Bonnie. He was 52. The first
time Mr. Finegood played a word game with the Hollywood sign, he hung curtains to make it read "Hollyweed." That was on Jan. 1, 1976 -- the day California's relaxed marijuana law took effect. The prankster and friends obscured consonants to coin "Holywood" for Easter 1977 and "Ollywood" to protest the hero worship of Marine Lt. Col. Oliver North during the Iran-Contra hearings a decade later.