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 conclude our tour of Hollywood Forever Cemetery, where we’ll find such stars as Vampira, Tyrone Power, Chris Cornell, and many more.

Full list of stars visited today: Johnny Ramone, Chris Cornell, Hattie McDaniel, Tony Scott, Anton Yelchin, Harry Cohn, Nelson Eddy, Tyrone Power, Marion Davies, Arthur Lake, Hannah Chaplin, Virginia Rappe, Don Adams, Cecil B. DeMille, Florence Lawrence, Dee Dee Ramone, Harold Rosson, Adrian, Janet Gaynor, Jayne Mansfield, Vampira, Darren McGavin, John Huston, Erich Wolfgang Korngold, Fay Wray.

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Written & Produced by Arthur Dark
Music by Giuseppe Vasapolli
“Somebody’s Wrong” by Isham Jones Orchestra

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24 thoughts on “FAMOUS GRAVE TOUR – Hollywood Forever #3 (Vampira, Chris Cornell, etc.)

  1. Several viewers have pointed out that it was Roddy McDowall who provided Florence Lawrence's headstone. Thanks guys!

  2. I have a different version about Fay Wray end of life. She did accept PJ's offer, for King Kong remake and was planned to Cameo and even say the last words of the Movie, but she died a few weeks before the shooting was scheduled

  3. I can't help but notice how relatively young most stars are when they die. The average age is 50, which is very young.

  4. Just wanted to add that Jayne Mansfield died on the Mississippi Gulf Coast where I'm from. Not Louisiana. Just so you know. Thanks.

  5. Great information and memories of lives ….. a wonderful watch…. thank you so much x

  6. I wonder how many of these guys would be affected by the #metoo movement if they were still alive?

  7. The story about Hattie is horrible
    America the greatest nation
    What a joke

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  9. Lived in LA . Years ago. Filmed Hollywood Forever 20 years ago. Put the film to music. Yours is tops.

  10. It’s nice that Anton Yelchin got a full statue despite his young age. Should have made one for Chris Cornell

  11. Meanwhile, Joey Ramone is buried in a little-known graveyard in Lyndhurst, NJ. Anyway, love the channel, keep up the good work!

  12. You talk to much the other just shows the grave and details my goodness

  13. Don Adams was the voice of Inspector Gadget ?! I only knew him to be the voice of inquisitive penguin, “Tennessee Tuxedo” a cartoon character of the 1960s. He had a sidekick named “ Chumley” ( a walrus ) and a human friend named Prof. Phineas Whoopy who helped the two solve their problems.

  14. Harry Cohn is a jackass…the way he treats women is pathetic.Columbia deserves better.Tony

  15. Ah… Bowie. I wish there were a cenotaph to him somewhere. I guess the mural in Brixton will have to do.

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