Sunset Bronson Studio

5800 Sunset Blvd. Original Warner Bros. Studio where in 1927 the first sound movie, The Jazz Singer, was made. In the late '40s, the studio became KTLA, one of the nation's first TV studios.

Sunset Gower Studios

1438 N. Gower St. Formerly Columbia Pictures (1926-1972). It Happened One Night and Mr. Smith Goes to Washington were made here. New building at Sunset entrance houses iconic Technicolor.

Sunset Las Palmas

1040 N Las Palmas Ave. Home of early Harold Lloyd movies and later Francis Ford Coppola's Zoetrope. Jean Harlow began her career here in Howard Hughes' "Hell's Angels" in 1927. www.hollywoodcenter.com

Sunset Strip

Doheny Dr. to Crescent Hts. Once-favorite night spots such as the Trocadero, Mocambo and Ciro's were located here outside the city limits in unincorporated county land.

Sunset Tower Hotel

8358 W. Sunset Blvd. Completed in 1931, was originally home to such stars as Errol Flynn, Jean Harlow, and Clark Gable. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places. www.sunsettowerhotel.com

Sunset Vine Tower

1480 Vine St. L.A.'s first "skyscraper," built following removal of 14-story height limit in 1960, was the skyscraper in Earthquake and now converted to spectacular apartments. www.sunsetvinetower.com

TCL Chinese Theatre

6925 Hollywood Blvd. Built by Sid Grauman in 1927 and a Hollywood icon. The famous footprint ceremonies were inaugurated in 1927 by Mary Pickford and Douglas Fairbanks. www.tclchinesetheatres.com

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TV Studios

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Universal CityWalk

100 Universal City Plaza. Los Angeles’ landmark urban entertainment, shopping and dining complex, located adjacent to Universal Studios Hollywood. www.citywalkhollywood.com
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