Studio City is a neighborhood within Los Angeles that got its name after a studio lot that was created in the area back in the late 1920’s. Specifically, Mack Sennett, a silent movie producer and director, had moved his studio to the area in 1927. The studio was known for films featuring Charlie Chaplin and later launched careers of actors including Bette Davis and John Wayne once its name had changed to Republic Studios.
The studio is one of the largest employers for the area and is regarded for having more of a small town feel. Many local events take place that are a catalyst to this intimate town environment including a weekly Farmers Market and an annual Fourth of July Fireworks Festival. Although Studio City is not its own city and is a part of L.A., its feel is distinct to make it its own. Spread across nearly 6 square miles, Studio City has a population of nearly 40,000 and has numerous public schools to service its residents.
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