Hollywood Remains to Be Seen
A Guide to the Movie Stars' Final Homes

How much do you know about
"The Movie Stars' Final Homes"?

(The answers are below, but no peeking!)

1. Which actress is buried under a grave marker that identifies her as "The First Movie Star"?

2. Which famous cowboy star was reportedly buried wearing a belt buckle that spelled out his name in diamonds?

3. All six men who were members of the Three Stooges are buried in the Hollywood area. But who is the only one to have any mention of the Stooges on his grave marker?

4. Which comedian's grave marker contains the epitaph, "Nothing in Moderation"?

5. Which actress has as her epitaph, "Go away - I'm asleep"?

6. Which "blonde bombshell" is buried behind a grave marker that identifies her as "Our Baby"?

7. Who was Hollywood's "It Girl" who retired from films at the age of 26?

8. Which film comedian's first child died in infancy, and is buried under a marker that identifies him only as, "The Little Mouse"?

9. Which leading man is buried with his third wife on one side of him, and his fifth wife on the other?

10. Which swashbuckling actor was reportedly buried with six bottles of his favorite whiskey?

11. Which celebrity has as his epitaph, "I'm a writer but then nobody's perfect."

12. Which major star died suddenly and was buried temporarily in a borrowed crypt -- where he remains today?

13. Which talk show host has as his epitaph, "I will not be right back after this message"?


1. Florence Lawrence, at Hollywood Forever cemetery.

2. Tom Mix, at Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Glendale.

3. Joe DeRita, at Valhalla Memorial Park in Burbank. (The other Stooges were Moe Howard, Jerome "Curly" Howard, Shemp Howard, Larry Fine and Joe Besser.)

4. Ernie Kovacs, at Forest Lawn Memorial Park's Hollywood Hills location.

5. Joan Hackett, at Hollywood Forever cemetery. (She used to hang a similar sign on her dressing room door.)

6. Jean Harlow, in the Main Mausoleum at Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Glendale.

7. Clara Bow, who's buried at Forest Lawn Glendale, in the Freedom Mausoleum.

8. Charlie Chaplin's son, Norman Spencer Chaplin, lived for only three days in 1919, and is buried at Inglewood Park Cemetery.

9. Clark Gable, in the Main Mausoleum at Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Glendale, between wife number three, Carole Lombard, and wife number five, Kathleen Gable.

10. Errol Flynn, at Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Glendale.

11. Billy Wilder, at Westwood Memorial Park.

12. Rudolph Valentino, at Hollywood Forever Cemetery.

13. Merv Griffin, at Westwood Memorial Park.

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