Bruce LaLanne's photo of the Westwood Village from the THS Archive

Two classic L.A. Movie Houses and Marilyn’s grave

Bruce LaLanne's photo of the Westwood Village from the THS Archive

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

See an Oscar nominated film at the Westwood Village or Bruin, then stroll over to Miss Monroe’s or other stars graves . Dennis Wilhelm’s link below tells you how.

“Westwood was a planned community near the University of California, Los Angeles, launched just as the stock market crashed in 1929, and movie theaters were part of the master plan. There are many theaters in the area, but the highlights are a pair of classics across the street from each other. Right now, each is showing Oscar-nominated films. . .

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