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                                 “It might be too late to change the world, but never too late to see it”

Culver City Downtown

Parked on Ince Blvd where the Culver Studios are located.
Seeing the front of the house used in the classic movie “gone with the wind”, famous old culver hotel, cinemas and the culver city city hall.
Harrison Ford’s son has his own restaurant (and also cooks in the kitchen) “Fords Filling Station”.

The Culver Studios - front used in the move “gone with the wind
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The Culver Studios were built in 1919 by Thomas H. Ince.

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The Culver Hotel, a historic landmark and “home” to may actors decades ago who filmed their movies in Culver City.
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the lobby
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window display: The Wizard of Oz
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Pacific Theatres on the -- so called by locals -- shortest main street in the US.No. 8 Culver City 22

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one of the best TV shows “I love Lucy” - Lucille Bell the former leading lady in Hollywood
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walking south Culver Blvd.

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Walking around on Madison Ave.

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The old Mann Theatre
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The Sony Studios - please click here to see my tour at the Studios
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at the corner of Culver Blvd and Overland Ave. close to the Sony Studios
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