Herbert Kalmus' House (former)

This 11,400-square-foot Mediterranean-style home, built in 1926, once belonged to the man, whose Technicolor Motion Picture Corp. provided the hues on many classic movies. Later, Verna Harrah, the widow of hotel and casino magnate Bill Harrah, and a film producer (the 1997 horror film "Anaconda" and its sequel), owned the home. On about 1.5 acres, the house has 6-beds, 10-baths, a pool, and city and ocean views. The mansion recently sold for $38 million to an LLC, records show, making it one of the area's biggest sales of 2008.
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@ 2012-04-29 15:32:54
This is billionaire Tom Gores' house.