Hollywood Forever Cemetery
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As the final resting place for many important names in the entertainment industry the Hollywood Forever Cemetery is actually a popular tourist destination. Pay your respects to the many people that you’ve enjoyed watching throughout your life and tour this fascinating historical spot.
Big named movie stars from Douglas Fairbanks to “Gone With the Wind’s” Hattie McDaniel…even rocker Johnny Ramone all rest at the cemetery where Hollywood lives forever.