M, Le Monde
Twilight of a Hollywood Star
The spot in the Hollywood Hills used as the 'Batcave' in the 1966 film, Batman
Charlie Chaplin brought Albert Einstein as his special guest to the premiere of 'City Lights'
Charlie Chaplin's office on La Brea. In 1919, he stood in this exact spot in the movie, 'A Day's Pleasure.'
Body forms made for leading ladies, including Audrey Hepburn, Jane Fonda and Elizabeth Taylor
The camera used to film Gone with the Wind and The Wizard of Oz
August 13, 1899 - April 29, 1980
The venue for the first Academy Awards ceremony on May 16, 1929
All that remains of the 110-room estate William Randolph Hearst built for actress Marion Davies in 1929
Orson Welles' Vest
The front gate of Pickfair, the estate of the first true Hollywood stars, Douglas Fairbanks and Mary Pickford
the New York City block at Paramount Studios
Pantages Theatre, once owned by Howard Hughes. His personal offices were on the second floor