• Balcony: Trocadéro Duplex in Paris, France

    French doors open off the living area onto the balcony, which offers expansive vistas of the city and Eiffel Tower. The 11,345-square-foot apartment was originally built in 1900 and contains 20…   See the Image

  • View: Trocadéro Duplex in Paris, France

    A balcony surrounds the fifth floor and affords spectacular views of the Eiffel Tower and Champ de Mars.   See the Image

  • Classic Hollywood Locations: TCM/StarLine Tour Bus

    Los Angeles residents and tourists alike are usually either stunned or thrilled to find out they’re living, staying, working or shopping in the very same locations where Hollywood legends were…   Read the Blog

  • Classic Hollywood Locations: Union Station

    Not only is L.A.'s Union Station a main transportation hub, but it's the location of films like The Way We Were, Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid, Gable and Lombard, Catch Me If You Can and many, many other…   See the Image

  • Classic Hollywood Locations: TCM/StarLine Tour Bus

    Now through April 14th, you can find out all about the Hollywood happenings on the street where you live, thanks to Turner Classic Movies’ locations tour, which is being offered to fans for free,…   See the Image

  • Classic Hollywood Locations: Anthony Quinn Wall

    Where else but Los Angeles could you gaze out your window and see a gigantic mural of Hollywood legend Anthony Quinn?   See the Image

  • Classic Hollywood Locations: Iconic Los Angeles Theater

    The apartments and offices above the Los Angeles Theater on Broadway in downtown Los Angeles were actually built on top of the movie palace, decades after the theater was completed. It served as the…   See the Image

  • Classic Hollywood Locations: Movie Star Home

    This may look like a very humble Echo Park bungalow, but it actually starred in the film, L.A. Confidential. It's located in the same neighborhood where Charlie Chaplin and Walt Disney got their…   See the Image

  • Classic Hollywood Locations: Super Luxe Bus

    TCM has outfitted a huge, stadium-seating bus with a 65-inch screen where you’re shown clips from films that were shot in the locations you’re cruising by. The effect is as if you’re gliding…   See the Image

  • Classic Hollywood Locations: Bradbury Building Staircase

    If don't trust the Bradbury Building's original elevator, you can always take to staircase to reach your front door. You might remember people running up and down these stairs in The Artist, not to…   See the Image