Contents 1 History 1.1 Universal Ranch 1912 1.2 Universal City – Oak Crest Ranch (1912–1914) 1.3 Lankershim Ranch and Water Company 1.4 Universal City Ranch (Forest Lawn) moves 1.5 Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Hollywood Hills) history before 1917 1.6 Fires 2 Government and infrastructure 3 See also 4 References 5 External links 6 inline citations vs websites


History[edit] Carl Laemmle (/lɛmliː/ lem-lee) officially opened the Second Universal City (Lankershim Boulevard) on March 15, 1915, on the 230-acre (93 ha) Taylor Ranch property. At the launch event, in what is now the North Hollywood area, a crowd of men and women, dressed in the attire of the era, eagerly awaited the display of the film stages, daredevil stunt pilots and silent film idols, as well as the movie cameras Laemmle had brought along. "See how slapstick comedies are made. See your favorite screen stars do their work. See how we make the people laugh or cry or sit on the edge of their chairs the world over!" stated a poster touting Universal's opening. "C'mon out! Aw, c'mon!" Universal Pictures' founder was a German immigrant who opened his first nickelodeon in Chicago in 1906. He moved to New York City, where he soon joined with half a dozen small motion picture companies to create the movie company he called Universal Pictures. In 1912, Laemmle briefly operated three small studios - Bison, Nestor, and Oak Crest Ranch. After a court battle with New York Motion Picture Company, control of the Bison lot was returned to the New York Motion Picture Company. The court allowed Carl Laemmle to retain use of the name "Bison" as "Bison 101" for his westerns,[4] which were filmed on the Oak Crest property in the San Fernando Valley. The Oak Crest Ranch is where Laemmle filmed the western At Old Fort Dearborn. The Providencia Land and Water company, called "Oak Crest Ranch" in the trade papers, became the first Universal City location. In 1913, Laemmle decided to consolidate the Nestor studio (Hollywood) and Oak Crest ranch (Providencia) property. His first Universal City was too small, so he ordered a search for a new and larger property in the valley, a location with more space to use for his Universal City. Laemmle leased Providencia ranchland in the San Fernando Valley in 1912. If it was a city, it was a haphazard one (Motion Picture World): with the help of nearly 300 movie hands and actors, Laemmle erected makeshift buildings, set up cameras and began churning out hundreds of one- and two-reel silent westerns. Other studio chiefs laughed, calling the place "Laemmle's Folly" and jeering that it was so far out of town that Laemmle could film scenery for free anywhere he wanted. Laemmle himself had second thoughts and worried that maybe he had made a huge mistake. But he was to soon live his greatest dreams. Success was found all around with his "city" containing streets, bungalows, sets and viewing stands – all so the public could observe the magic of moviemaking. In the meantime, Laemmle added a zoo to the Oak Crest Ranch (Moving Picture World ad 1913) – which was open to visitors to generate free advertising by word of mouth. The Rotarians of Los Angeles were one of the groups permitted to visit the Oak Crest - Universal City. (The Rotarian - Feb 1914) The Oak Crest ranch being too small (Scrap-it) for his larger Universal City, Laemmle bought the Lankershim Land and Water property, the 230-acre (0.93 km2) Taylor Ranch for $165,000, calling it his "New Universal City". In 1914, operations at The Oak Ranch (Providencia Ranch) were moved to the Taylor (Lankershim) ranch. The Universal (Oak Crest) ranch zoo was moved to the Back Ranch of the Lankershim property. [Moving Picture World] The new Universal City was opened for Universal staff in 1914. Laemmle went on an eight-day whistle-stop tour from Chicago to Los Angeles the week before Universal City's grand public opening. His promoters even sold the grand (and technically impossible) lie that Laemmle had persuaded the Secretary of the Navy to send a battleship up the Los Angeles River to fire a salvo on opening day. Easterners, they hoped, would believe anything they heard about California. After World War I, Laemmle brought even more kin over from war-torn Europe, increasing the payroll to 70. His cheerful nepotism was immortalized in humorist Ogden Nash's couplet: Uncle Carl Laemmle has a very large faemmle. Carl Laemmle was responsible for creating the "star system" rather than just using anonymous actors in films. Laemmle was forced to end studio tours in the 1920s, when talkies came along and "quiet on the set" became an absolute. He sold his sprawling entertainment empire in 1936. Before his death in 1939, at age 72, he helped bring more than 200 German-Jewish refugees to Los Angeles. A nephew, Max, founded the local Laemmle Theatres chain. Universal City did not welcome tourists again until July 15, 1964, with the opening of the Universal Studios Hollywood theme park and its included Studio Tour. The next few decades saw the arrival of hotels, an amphitheater, and Universal CityWalk, a faux city street and popular destination for tourists and locals. Universal Ranch 1912[edit] On April 30, 1912, Carl Laemmle merged the Independent Motion Picture Company with five smaller companies to form the Universal Film Manufacturing Company. After visiting his newly acquired west coast operations of Nestor Studios and Nestor Ranch, he renamed the studio "Universal Studios" and the leased Oak Crest Ranch became the first "Universal City" in the San Fernando Valley. The first Universal/Nestor Ranch (Providencia Land and Water Development Company property Oak Crest Ranch) is presently the site of Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Hollywood Hills). In 1915, Universal moved its operations at the Hollywood/Nestor studio and Universal/Nestor Ranch to its new Lankershim Blvd. location before the official opening of Universal City (Lankershim Blvd). In 1916, the first Universal Oak Ranch became known as the Lasky Ranch. The Hollywood studio was then leased to Christie Comedies. Universal City – Oak Crest Ranch (1912–1914)[edit] In 1912, Carl Laemmle toured his Pacific coast operations. He renamed the Nestor Studio "Universal Studios" and renamed the leased Nestor Ranch "Universal City." He also took control of property in Encino. Carl Laemmle thought the Providencia ranch area was too small for his idea of "Universal City." He ordered the purchase of Lankershim land Water Company property. Universal City Moves to a new location, the Taylor Ranch [5] Lankershim Ranch and Water Company[edit] They purchased lots 276, 277, 278; also a small portion of Lot 279, marked "Mary L. Carhart" (left side of the Lankershim bridge). Only 230 acres (0.9 km2) of the northern part of lot 278 became the official studios front lot in 1915. The zoo and second open air stage were constructed on the northern sections of lot 277 and 278. The mountain portions above 600 feet (180 m) were not incorporated into studio use until MCA/Universal's master plan to level the hills and create the Universal Studio Tour Center and City Walk. Universal City Ranch (Forest Lawn) moves[edit] Between 1914 and 1915 "Universal City" assets were moved to the Lankershim location.[6][7] Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Hollywood Hills) history before 1917[edit] Main article: Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Hollywood Hills) Early map of Burbank, California with Forest Lawn Hollywood Hills on the bottom left. The Providencia Land and Water Development Company property was used as a location for some early films, most significantly the battle scenes in the silent classic about the American Civil War, The Birth of a Nation (1915). In 1912, Carl Laemmle (IMP) Universal Pictures took over the assets of Nestor Studios and named this area Universal City. The photograph of this area can be seen in Los Angeles Library archives: "A Birds Eye View of Universal City": Nov. 24 1913 Bailey, Chas. Z. Universal City 1911 Nestor Filmmakers at the Forest Lawn Site 1911 Nestor Filmmakers at the Forest Lawn Site 1911 Nestor Sunset and Gower Fires[edit] More than a half-dozen major fires have impacted the Universal Studios property (and, accordingly, Universal City) during its history. See Universal City Studios for more information.


Government and infrastructure[edit] Universal CityWalk, Universal City, CA Fire protection in Universal City is provided by the Los Angeles County Fire Department (LACFD). The LACFD operates Station #51 at 3900 Lankershim Boulevard as a part of Battalion 1.[8] The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department (LASD) operates the West Hollywood Station in West Hollywood, serving Universal City.[9] In addition, the department operates the substation at Universal CityWalk in Universal City. Prior to the summer of 1991, the West Hollywood Station handled all calls for police service from Universal City. In the summer of 1991, the LASD established the substation in a trailer in the parking lot of the studio tour and remained in the area until two years later, when the substation was moved into a permanent location in the CityWalk theme mall when it opened.[10] The Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) also shares jurisdiction with the LASD in providing protection to Universal City, operating the North Hollywood Community Police Station in North Hollywood, which responsibilities include Universal City.[11]


See also[edit] Greater Los Angeles portal Providencia Ranch San Fernando Valley Universal Studios Hollywood


References[edit] ^ http://www.9-1-1magazine.com/Archives-0811-Rigg-Universal-Studio-Fire. Retrieved April 28, 2015.The article cites Station 51's coverage area, Universal Studios. ^ "Look Up a ZIP Code". United States Postal Service. Retrieved 2012-07-14.  ^ "Free People Search". 411.com. Retrieved 2012-07-14.  ^ "Film History Before 1920 - Greatest Films", Filmsite.org, FS4. ^ Motion Picture World August 29, 1914 - page 1250 ^ Movie Making Locations by Jerry L. Schneider, webpage: [1]. ^ "A Motion Picture City.....", Daily Advocate, October 2, 1914, page 6. ^ "Hometown Fire Stations Archived September 13, 2007, at the Wayback Machine.." Los Angeles County Fire Department. Retrieved on December 6, 2008. ^ "West Hollywood Station Archived January 25, 2010, at the Wayback Machine.." Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. Retrieved on January 21, 2010. ^ "Universal Citywalk Substation." Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. Retrieved on January 21, 2010. ^ North Hollywood Community Police Station Universal City 1912 to 1914 "San Fernando Valley" By Marc Wanamaker (2011) Page 97, 103, and 106 Early Hollywood Research Database - New York Dramatic Mirror - December 4, 1912 Pacific Film Archive - Media History Digital Library -" The Moving PictureWorld" - Volume XVI April to June, 1913 The Moving Picture World - "UNIVERSAL CITY MOVES : Movie Making locations by Jerry L. Schneider Early Universal City by Robert Birchard : Arcadia Publishing Universal Weekly : "A Trip through the Home of Universal" July 5, 1913, August 16, 1913, July 5, 1913 Universal Weekly : "Universal City to be Moved to new Sites" March 28, 1914 Universal Weekly : "Universal's Chameleon City" and "Universal's Chameleon Studio Town" Universal Weekly : " Movie Actress Control Its Politic" 1913 Universal Weekly : " Where Work Is Play and Play is Work" December 1913 The Rotarian - Feb 1914 - Page 59 " Tour of the Oak Crest Ranch - the first Universal City Universal Weekly : "The New Universal City ," September, 1914 "The Life and Adventures of Carl Laemmle" By John Drinkwater [Chapter IX Universal City] "Building Universal City" [October 3, 1914, The Moving Picture World] Movie Making locations by Jerry L. Schneider "Oak Crest," two articles quoted [The Moving Picture World]Movie Making locations by Jerry L. Schneider "Facts and Figures about Universal City" "Souvenir Edition", 1915 Universal City Tour The Hollywood story By Joel Waldo Finler, Page 261 " The New Universal City .. in 1915" Bison Archives Collection Oak Crest Ranch images - Mark Wannamaker - interview on the first Universal City 1912 to 1914 The Theatre of Science: a volume of progress and achievement in the motion picture industry by Robert Grau (1914) pages 51 and 287 [Providencia Ranch - Universal City Moves]


External links[edit] Wikimedia Commons has media related to Universal City, California. Wikivoyage has a travel guide for Universal City. Oak Crest -Universal Ranch 1913 Universal City 1912 " Facts and Figures about Universal City" "Souvenir Edition" ©1915 "Scrapit" Nestor Plant Article Universal City 1914


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