Hollywood Heritage Museum

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Originally a horse barn, this rustic structure across the street from the Hollywood Bowl was rented in 1913 by Cecil B. DeMille to house offices, dressing rooms and set for The Squaw Man, the first feature Western shot in Hollywood. After joining producer Adolph Zukor, DeMille and producer Jesse Lasky transferred the barn to the Paramount Studios lot in 1926. In 1983 it was moved from Selma and Vine streets to its current site and transformed into a museum displaying artifacts from Hollywood's early years, including a reconstruction of DeMille's office, cameras and projectors, costumes, props and still photos.

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Address : 

2100 N. Highland Ave.

Phone:

+1 323-874-2276

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