Castle Argyle Apartments 1919 Argyle Ave, Los Angeles, CA90068 Castle Argyle Apartments is located at the intersection of Vine and Argyle Street in Hollywood. Built in the 1920's by…More Charlie Chaplin, the Argyle was voted a historic landmark. Today, the Castle Argyle Apartments is a SoCal Presbyterian Home Senior Community. Residents must be senior citizens or if disabled at least 18 years old. The building is secure with an electronic entry system, a parking garage and an interior courtyard. The courtyard is decked out with rose bushes, palm trees and exotic looking greenery.
Henson Recording Studio 1416 N la Brea Ave, Los Angeles, CA90028 Henson Recording Studio has been in business for ten years. The company operates on the Jim Henson Company lot, formerly…More Charlie Chaplin Studios, just below Sunset Boulevard on La Brea Avenue. Inside,visitiors will find five sizeable studios designed for all facets of the music industry manned by extremely capable and experienced sound engineers. The studios have been in use since 1966, when they were in the hands of Herb Alpert and Jerry Moss. In the last ten years, Henson Recording Studios has continued to be the go-to recording spot for top acts including Alice in Chains, Fleetwood Mac, Eric Clapton, Mariah Carey and many more.
The original Hollywood Athletic Club and pool room is an art-deco landmark. It was the tallest building in L.A. when…More it was built in 1924 by the same architects who built Grumman's Chinese Theatre and the Egyptian Theatre. The club was also a celebrity magnet. Founded by stars of the day like Charlie Chaplin, Cecil B. DeMille, and Rudolph Valentino as a private men's club, it was a hangout for the likes of Errol Flynn and Clark Gable. The club was also the site of the first Emmy Awards. Not open to the public, the club is available only for private parties and as a filming venue.
The Jim Henson Company is known by just about anyone who's driven anywhere near it: A giant statue of one of Henson's…More most famous characters, Kermit the Frog, sits atop, welcoming guests!
For more than 50 years, founder Jim Henson and his crew of talented puppeteers have delighted children all over the world with television and movie characters like Kermit and Sid the Science Kid.
The company took over this lot, formerly the Charlie Chaplin Studio, in 2000. The lot fits the Henson Company's quirky, classy style perfectly. It looks like an English country-side villa, with statues and images of incredible creatures everywhere you look.
Not only does plenty of filming happen here, but the lot is also home to Henson's Creature Shop, where his famous puppets are created. Additionally, the studio has plenty of rental space for parties and stage events, a small coffee shop and two soundstages. It was one of the first landmarks in the city to be designated a Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument.
Air-Edel has been in business since 1970. The company operates on the Jim Henson Company lot, formerly Charlie…More Chaplin Studios, just below Sunset Boulevard on La Brea Avenue. This British-based company specializes in music production for all facets of the visual entertainment industry, including feature films, television and video games.
This large soundstage acts as Air-Edel's production office. The company also has offices in Santa Monica and London.
Production companies use Air-Edel to handle all the various steps in the music process, from simple legal and contract negotiations to full soundtrack production and supervision. Past projects include the work on the films "Atonement," "Eat Pray Love" and "V for Vendetta."