VENICE MOVIE LOCATIONS WALKING TOUR
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 16th, 2018
The Venice Historical Society will host a Venice Beach Movie
Locations Walking Tour led by historian/author Harry Medved.
The 2 plus-hour tour will start at 9:30 am in front of the Rose Café,
Rose Avenue & Hampton Street (near Main Street) in Venice.
HOLLYWOOD ESCAPES co-author Harry Medved will be leading participants to Venice
historical landmarks & locations, from the days of Charlie Chaplin & Mack Sennett to
Oliver Stone. Venice has been part of 100 years of filming in Los Angeles!
One of the first films shot along the Los Angeles County coast, entitled
A NO MAN’S LAND, was released on October 18, 1909!
Locations include The Firehouse (SPEED), On the Waterfront Café (MILLION DOLLAR BABY), Venice Suites (ROMY & MICHELE’S HIGH SCHOOL REUNION), St. Mark’s (Orson Welles’ TOUCH OF EVIL, LA STORY), James Beach (I LOVE YOU, MAN), Pacific Jewish Center (DOWN & OUT IN BEVERLY HILLS), assorted locations from THE DOORS, and the Venice Canals (ROLE MODELS, NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET).
Reservations are recommended. Call 310-967-5170.
The walking tour will cost $15 for non-members & $10 VHS members.
THIS LANDMARK TOUR IS A MUST FOR EVERYONE!!
Wear comfortable walking shoes.
Visit our booth at the Abbot Kinney Festival
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 30, 2018
Near intersection of Abbot Kinney Blvd. & California
VHS will be selling our unique and colorful merchandise. Another must!
Starts at 10:00am. Runs all day. Member discounts.