In case you missed it, The Artist was the big winner at the Oscars last night--the silent, twenties- and thirties-era tale of the rise and fall of actor George Valentin (and his dog Jack, played by the magnificent Uggie) took Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actor, and more. As the Oscars announcer said, The Artist was the only Best Picture nominee to be shot entirely in Los Angeles, and the production picked some good spots too. Here's our guide to the glamorous Old Hollywood spots of The Artist (warning: some very minor spoilers). John Bengtson's Chaplin-Keaton-Lloyd film locations blog has much more (six part series more) on many of these locations, along with their real ties to silent filmmaking.Read More
The Artist Old Hollywood Guide to Los Angeles
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Eagle Rock Substation
104 Fremont Pl.
56 Fremont Pl.
Los Angeles Theatre
Warner Brothers backlot
Wilshire Ebell Theatre
Oakwood & June
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