Another great Hollywood landmark is threatened — the Samuel Goldwyn Studio. Dating back to the 20s, it was originally called the Pickford-Fairbanks Studios. Then Goldwyn had it. Warner Bros. bought it in 1980. Now, with a new owner, it’s just The Lot.
I believe some of Howard Hawks’ Red River (1948) and John Ford’s The Horse Soldiers (1959) were shot there, along with countless others.
You can find out more about the whole situation here. If people like Mamie Van Doren (of Star In The Dust), directors Joe Dante (Gremlins) and Monte Hellman (Two Lane Blacktop), and John Doe (of X) are joining the cause, you know it’s worth a click.