This location was a haven for the up and coming movie industry.
This was by far the biggest movie studio in Hollywood during the silent era and golden age of Hollywood.
This was a popular location, known for star sightings.
This was a movie studio operated by Louis B. Mayer.
This place was home to Charlie Chaplin and location of Hearst's St. Donat's Castle
This city was used by the Hollywood elite to escape.
This was the city of the stars.
This was the studio founded by Charlie Chaplin, DW Griffith, Mary Pickford, and Douglas Fairbanks.
This place was home to famous performers and actors, such as Mae West and Bugsy Siegel.
This is the site where many of the stars' fates were decided by the system.
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