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Wednesday, April 30, 2014

FILM STARS RETREATS IN THE SAN FERNANDO VALLEY



BUILDING A GREAT MUSEUM FOR THE SAN FERNANDO VALLEY

       Now, in mostly gated communities, film and television stars still make their homes across the San Fernando Valley. In a world of intrusive paparazzi, few well known performers live within easy public access. Before the freeways gave visitors easy access to Valley locations, things were quite different. One could drive through Toluca Lake and see Bing Crosby playing with his dog on the front lawn, Jimmy Cagney might be seen overlooking his Granada Hills horse ranch or Carol Lombard and Clark Gable waiting for their driver in Encino. 


      Carol Lombard and Clark Gable at their Encino home.

        In just a few days, The Museum of the San Fernando Valley will be setting up our Library of San Fernando Valley Entertainment Industry History at our exciting new Northridge location. It will feature books, magazines, playbills and much more about our film and television studios and the thousands of artists who make their living in them.
Bing Crosby in the back yard of his Toluca Lake home.

     Think about the number of artists it takes to create a motion picture, animation or television production? The Museum of the San Fernando Valley believes their stories deserve to be preserved as essential elements in our heritage. 
      Editors, story board artists, casting directors, actors, costume designers, model makers, writers, set makers............. your Museum celebrates their genius, histories and inspiration.


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Jimmy Cagney overlooking his Granada Hills horse ranch.

 Movie being made at Iverson Ranch in Chatsworth.

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