Thomas Ince Studio on Washington Boulevard in Culver City, California.
The Colonial style building, used as a movie set by Ince, was
converted into an office building by Cecil B. DeMille during his
independent years. In 1935, it became the Selznick International Studio.
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color printed photocard of the Ince Studios, Culver City, California.
The Mount Vernon style
offices built by Thomas Ince were incorporated into the Selznick
International logo seen at the opening of David O. Selznick's films.
In the 1950s, the lot was sold to Desilu.
Selznick lot under Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz.
view of the Selznick Studio during its heyday. The Colonial office
building can be seen in the bottom of this photo.