Missouri native Walt Disney moved to Los Angeles for a fresh start in the early 1920s and ended up one of the biggest names in Hollywood, and one that endures long after his death in 1966. Disney famously got his start in the Los Feliz neighborhood, tinkering on his animations in the garage of his uncle's Craftsman bungalow, and today has a legacy that includes film of all kinds, television, an arts school, and several Disney theme parks. Not that we need to tell you that.
We recently learned that the first proper studio and office for what would become a huge, mouse-based empire is now a skateboard store and copy shop, so it seems like a good time to go back and check in on some of Walt's other former haunts. Some are surviving, some are thriving, and some have been demolished, but because of their connections to Walt Disney, none of them will likely be forgotten.Read More