In California, fires destroyed the city-scenery for films about the Wild West

In the ranch, bought in 1927, shot the westerns of the film company Paramount Pictures.
Flames raging in California burned down the scenery that belonged to the film company Paramount Pictures, according to KTLA broadcaster.

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According to media reports, two-story wooden buildings burned down on a ranch in the Santa Monica Mountains. They filmed scenes from many Westerns in which the action took place in San Francisco, Tumstone in Arizona or Dodge City, Kansas.

It is reported that Paramount acquired an area of ​​approximately one thousand hectares in 1927.

As Life wrote earlier, five people died as a result of forest fires in California. The flame almost completely destroyed the city of Paradise, 27 thousand people urgently left their homes.

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