MARY ALICE'S HOUSE
A replica of TV's Cleaver family home in the '50s, this one was built for 1997's Leave It to Beaver film.
The site of TV's 1999-2002 Series Providence, it's best known to cast I and crew as the site of the streets only restrooms.
It was featured in the 1989 Tom Hanks comedy The 'Burbs.
Construction on her new place has been completed at the end of the cul-de-sac.
James Stewart (and an invisible 6-ft. rabbit) filmed 1950's Harvey here.
Once occupied by The Munsters, it was completely renovated for DH.
TV's Hardy Boys slept here in the '70s, and Elijah Wood fretted here in 1998's Deep Impact.
It's where Ronald Reagan shot 1951's Bedtime for Bonzo and Doris Day filmed 1963's The Thrill of It All.
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