Welcome to Hollywood Graveyard, where we set out to remember and celebrate the lives of those who lived to entertain us, by visiting their final resting places. Today we’re exploring Forest Lawn Memorial Park in the Hollywood Hills, where we’ll find such stars as: Bette Davis, Liberace, the co-creator of Mickey Mouse, and many more.

Full list of stars visited today: Bette Davis, Charles Laughton, Clyde Beatty, Ub Iwerks, Alvy Moore, Liberace, Lucille Ball, Forrest Tucker, Walter Lantz, Pamela Britton, George Raft, Freddie Prinze, Wanda Hendrix, Albert Broccoli, Rod Steiger, Josh Ryan Evans, Bobby Troup, Julie London, Morey Amsterdam, Isabel Sanford, Art Babbitt, Ann Harding, Mary Kay Bergman, Sandra Dee, Ronnie James Dio, Lemmy, Michael Clarke Duncan, Brad Davis, McLean Stevenson, Leon Ames, Tamara De Treaux, Andy Gibb, Lou Rawls, Lee Van Cleef, Michael Ansara, Edie Adams, Ernie Kovacs.

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Written & Produced by: Arthur Dark
Music by: Giuseppe Vasapolli
Additional Music by: Arthur Dark

Disclaimer: Tour videos are independently produced, and are not endorsed by the respective cemetery. When visiting a cemetery, do so only during regular visiting hours, take only pictures, and leave only approved grave offerings. Be courteous and respectful of both the living and the dead. In deference to families of those profiled herein, any requests to remove profiles by family members of the individual will be honored.

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29 thoughts on “FAMOUS GRAVE TOUR – Forest Lawn Hollywood #1 (Bette Davis, Liberace, etc.)

  1. Apologies, I mispronounced Rod Steiger's name (it's "Sti-ger" not Stee-ger")

  2. I've watched all of your videos so I'm taking the tour again and watching them twice. Since I can't remember every single grave, it's almost like watching them for the first time… again! Thanks for all that you do.

  3. Thanks for visiting Art Babbitt he created Goofy, one of Disney's most legendary characters.

  4. Your vlogs are the best I have ever seen on the subject of grave sites. Thanks for a great job

  5. I've watched every single tour on this channel. Today, I start the journey over again. Thank you for all that you do Arthur!

  6. How do people make sure they don't step on the departed? They r so close together.

  7. Bette Davis also starred along side Claude Rains in four films, and called him one of her favorite co-stars!

  8. Just found this last week and I'm overloading on these 👍🏼 great work I love it !

  9. Hollywood Graveyard, Congratulations on the channel, I am already subscribed and activated the notifications, I think this type of rescue of the memory of people who were important in our lives, people who marked epoch and became famous is very important. However, as I am Brazilian and do not speak the English language, would you have a project for people like me who are your fans of the channel to watch with dubbing or even help a lot if it was subtitled? Thank you and I look forward to a return!

  10. Loved Charles Laughton……he was such a great actor and do some great ad-libbing 🤸‍♀️

  11. I could listen to you speaking all day, I love your voice.. Thank you for doing the videos..

  12. Ub Iwerks should also be credited for saving the animation industry by finding ways to cut costs. He help develop what is called Xerography, which cut the costs for animated productions by half. Walt Disney was thinking about closing the animation studio because due to enormous costs, not sure where Disney would be today if they had abandoned animation completely in the 60s. That didn't happen thanks to Ub Iwerks.

  13. Charles Laughton was great! One of my favorite movies with him is “Ruggles of Red Gap.”

  14. Love your vids! I hope you will do one just for country music or just wrestling

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