Address 56 Fremont Pl Los Angeles, CA 90005, USA

Once occupied by silent film stars Mary Pickford and Mary Miles Minter, the house at 56 Fremont Place has become an extremely popular film location.

Covering more than 765 square meters, with six bedrooms and five bathrooms, this luxurious mansion, sometimes called the Fremont Mansion, was valued at $6,316,799.

Over the years, several films have taken up residence here. For example, it is featured in the credits of Taken, The Artist and Rocky IV but has also been used in the filming of the series NCIS, Dallas, Columbo, Arabesque, Matt Houston, Rick Hunter and Matlock.

The entire street is managed by an association. Its role is to set the prices for the shootings. It is necessary to pay 2500 dollars per day to film in Fremont Place and 4000 dollars per hour from 23h. The rates double if the shooting exceeds ten days.

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