This is the second of two posts on my 2015 visit to the Forest Lawn cemetery in Glendale, California.
Part 1 may be found here.
Today's post focuses on two of the Forest Lawn mausoleums.
In a single room of the Freedom Mausoleum are Alan Ladd and Sue Carol...
as well as Nat King Cole and his wife Maria...
and Jeanette MacDonald and Gene Raymond.
In the same room of the Freedom Mausoleum are George Burns and Gracie Allen, Rex Bell and Clara Bow, and Marie McDonald.
In a wing of the Great Mausoleum are William "Hopalong Cassidy" Boyd and his wife Grace:
Composer Max Steiner:
Silent film actress Jetta Goudal:
In this private corridor of the Great Mausoleum are Red Skelton, Sid Grauman, Irving Thalberg, and Jean Harlow:
This photo, courtesy of my friend Aurora, is a closer look toward Jean Harlow's private room at the end of that hall:
Clark Gable and Carole Lombard are in another area of the Great Mausoleum.
It's interesting to note that David O. Selznick, the producer of Gable's GONE WITH THE WIND (1939), is interred in a room at the end of the same corridor. Gable's widow Kay was also interred nearby.
One more photo thanks to Aurora, the final resting place of Elizabeth Taylor:
Previously: A Visit to Hollywood Forever Cemetery; A Visit to Westwood Village Memorial Park - The Musicians; A Visit to Westwood Village Memorial Park - The Comedians; A Visit to Westwood Village Memorial Park - The Actors; A Visit to Westwood Village Memorial Park - Writers, Directors and More; A Visit to Holy Cross Cemetery, Part 1; A Visit to Holy Cross Cemetery, Part 2; A Visit to Holy Cross Cemetery, Part 3; A Visit to Forest Lawn Glendale, Part 1.
Related: A Visit to the Forest Lawn Museum.