Victor Rossetti's House (Former)

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Victor Rossetti was President of Farmers and Merchants Bank in Los Angeles, the oldest financial institution in Southern California.
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@ 2016-07-07 23:48:44
The home was sold for a reported $11 million, to Patty Hearst’s daughter Lydia and comedy/podcast impresario Chris Hardwick. It was used in Woody Allen’s film Café Society as Phil Stern’s house (Phil was played by Steve Carrell).