Thursday, August 04, 2016

‘Mommie Dearest’ Mansion on the Market for $35 Million

"Oh, Mommie. I want it!"

"Absolutely not, Tina."


 "I'm not mad at you, Christina. I'm mad at the appraisal."

All Day Buzzing writes: 
You’ll find all sorts of amenities in this historic Holmby Hills megamansion, but you won’t find a solitary wire hanger. This is the very mansion immortalized by Faye Dunaway in the epic Joan Crawford biopic “Mommie Dearest,” and it can now be yours for $35 million. Movie buffs will recognize the grand, sweeping staircase that Dunaway swanned up and down in the 1981 film. An almost identical copy was built on the Paramount lot, where most of the interior scenes were shot (including the memorable wire hanger scene). The lavish pool area is the actual location where filmmakers shot Christina’s birthday party scene, with the carousel and pony rides. It’s also where a fiercely competitive mother-daughter swimming competition took place in the camp classic. 
Details HERE.


Peter Maria said...

Great post, but the line about being mad was directed to Helga (the cleaning woman) regarding the dirt.

Kenneth M. Walsh said...

I'm not allowed to riff off of it? :-)

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