Eye on L.A.: The city's most iconic places

LOS ANGELES—Eye on L.A. explored some of the city's most iconic places, from local urban legends and fashion legend Fred Segal to the home of Jim Morrison and the Magic Castle. We got insider stories from Grauman's Chinese Theatre and the spot where Charlie Chaplin and a frog named Kermit collide. You may have never seen these places up close or even known of their whereabouts, but they're definitely worth checking out.

Grauman's Chinese Theatre

Eye on L.A. stopped by the iconic Grauman's Chinese Theatre which has been a cornerstone of Hollywood for over 75 years. Designed by master showman Sid Grauman, the theatre is world famous for its celebrity hand and footprints along Hollywood Boulevard—with about 4 million visitors a year. Inside Grauman's Chinese Theatre, you'll find an Asian-inspired space with statues and an impressive mural filled with history and Old Hollywood stories. Grauman's Chinese is the most sought after theatre for movie premieres and almost every major movie star has been here.

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