Perched on the flank of Mount Hollywood, Griffith Observatory has been a Los Angeles landmark since it opened in 1935. The observatory is perhaps best known to moviegoers as a key location in Rebel Without a Cause, starring James Dean. In late 2006, after a four year closure for a massive $93 million remodeling project, the observatory reopened to the public with what is literally the most star-studded show in Southern California: the new Samuel Oschin Planetarium. After the old ...

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