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Hollywood and Highland facts and secrets! Discover the story behind this new Hollywood hot spot. Why was it designed the way it was? Who can visit the interior of the auditorium? Hollywood Athletic Club SECRETS! Did you know hollywood hunks from yesteryear to now frequent this place? Discover the hijinks that went one!
Hollywood Forever Cemetery: Where the STARS live on! Find out where to go to pay your respects to your favorite star that's gone to the big stage in the sky. MALIBU Hot spots! Did you know that Malibu is not only a great spot to surf, but to catch movie productions and Matthew Mcconaughey jogging with his shirt off? We'll tell you where!
Canter's Delicatessen: The Mecca of the late-night Hollywood hipster coterie, this Fairfax-La Brea institution is open 24 hours and usually crowded. It's where Nicholas Cage ran into old friend Patricia Arquette, they fell in love and have been married (now divorced). 419 N. Fairfax Ave., Los Angeles. Read More
Malibu Colony: In director Robert Altman's 1973 private-detective drama "The Long Goodbye," gumshoe Philip Marlowe visits femme fatale Eileen Wade at this very exclusive gated celebrity enclave. Residents include Tom Hanks, Sting, Rob Reiner. 23554 Malibu Road, Malibu.
Marilyn Monroe Home: This charming Brentwood mansion is the place where Monroe died of a drug overdose on August 4, 1962. Many reporters and Hollywood friends believe that Monroe was murdered here because of her affairs with John and Robert Kennedy. 12305 5th Helena Drive. Brentwood, CA. Marilyn actually lived in over forty homes and apartments in and around Los Angeles. For a complete list including her history with husbands, pets and hollywood, visit Marilyn Monroe's fan site. Read More