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Movie Ranches and Locations Website

Postby Lzcutter » January 8th, 2010, 3:19 pm

I found this website while surfing around the web awhile back and enjoyed it so much I thought I had better share with others so they could enjoy it, too:

Beware, you'll need some free time on your hands because it is easy to get sucked in and the next thing you know hours have gone by.

Also, don't miss this:
A History of the Motion Picture Studios of California
As it appeared in the March 10, 1917, issue of The Moving Picture World

It's on the site as well!

Lynn in Lake Balboa

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Re: Movie Ranches and Locations Website

Postby patful » March 6th, 2010, 11:47 pm

Interesting website, Lynn. Thanks. The first one I looked at was the Rowland V. Lee Ranch, and was sad to see that it's now covered with roads and houses. :-(

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