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The Home of Peace Cemetery is a Jewish cemetery located at 4334 Whittier Boulevard in East Los Angelesmarker, Californiamarker. There are a number of famous rabbis buried there, and, amongst others, a few celebrities from the entertainment industry are interred here:

  • Burt Baskin, business magnate and co-founder of Baskin-Robbins.
  • David Berman(1903–1957), Jewish mobster who ran the Las Vegas Flamingo Hotel, one-time partner with Bugsy Siegel
  • Susan Berman (1945-2000), author, journalist, daughter of Jewish mobster Davie Berman
  • Thelma Bernstein, actress
  • Fanny Brice, actress (relocated to Westwood Village Memorial Park Cemeterymarker)
  • Louis Burston (1877-1923), motion picture producer
  • Boake Carter (1900-1944), journalist
  • Lou Clayton (1890-1950), entertainer
  • Jack B. Cohn (1906-1947), composer
  • Harry Einstein (1904-1958), comedian
  • Leo F. Forbstein, composer and conductor
  • Al Freeman (1883-1956), actor and writer
  • Harold M. Freeman (1916-1944), screenwriter, killed in World War II
  • Mack Gordon, composer and lyricist
  • Curly Howard,actor,comedian, member of the Three Stooges
  • Shemp Howard,actor,comedian member of the Three Stooges
  • Carl Laemmle, film executive, founder of Universal Pictures; he created the "Star" system
  • Carl Laemmle Jr., Son of Carl Laemmle
  • Edgar Magnin, rabbi and spiritual leader
  • Jerry Gershon Mayer (1891-1947), motion picture executive, Louis B. Mayer's sibling
  • Louis B. Mayer, a founder of the MGM film studios
  • Ida Mayer Cummings, fund-raiser, Louis B Mayer's sibling
  • Rudolph W. Mayer (1889-1951),entrepreneur, Louis B. Mayer's sibling
  • Carmel Myers, actress
  • Kurt Neumann, motion picture director and producer
  • Harry Norwood (1888-1952), theatrical talent agent
  • Viola Adele Porter (1879-1942), actress
  • Harry Rapf, motion picture producer and studio executive
  • Marvin Ross (1922-1989), stage and screen actor
  • Mark Sandrich, motion picture director
  • Morris R. Schlank (1879-1932), motion picture producer
  • Abraham Spiegel (1907-2004), philanthropist and European concentration camp survivor
  • Abe Stern, motion picture producer
  • Bernard Stone (1883-1942), stage and motion picture director
  • Joe Traub (born Joseph Weintraub) (1902-1936), screenwriter
  • Charles Vidor, motion picture director
  • Harry Warner, co-founder of Warner Brothers film studios
  • Jack Warner, co-founder of Warner Brothers film studios
  • Sam Warner, co-founder and first CEO of Warner Brothers film studios
  • Conrad Wells (born Abraham Fried) (1892-1930), cinematographer
  • Osher Zilberstein, rabbi

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