Thomas H. Ince was an American silent film producer, director, screenwriter, and earlier an actor. He was a pioneering studio mogul who made more than 600 films. Known as the "Father of the Western", he invented many mechanisms of professional movie production, introducing early Hollywood to the "assembly line" system of film making.
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Ince's home is now houses offices on the lot of Culver Studios.
The 15,000 sqft home was used for some exterior shots of 'Tara' in Gone with the Wind, while other exterior and interior shots were on a soundstage.