Burials at Westwood Village Memorial Park Cemetery

Posted Oct 26, 2009
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    Marilyn Monroe

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  2. Natalie Wood
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  3. Bettie Page
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  4. Farrah Fawcett
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  5. Janis Joplin
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  6. Janet Leigh
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  7. Elizabeth Montgomery
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  8. Dean Martin
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  9. Dorothy Stratten
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  10. Donna Reed
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  11. Roy Orbison
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  12. Jennifer Syme
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  13. Frank Zappa
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  14. Eva Gabor
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  15. Burt Lancaster
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  16. Fanny Brice
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  17. Gene Kelly
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  18. Richard Dawson
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  19. Peggy Lee
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  20. Jane Greer
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  21. Minnie Riperton
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  22. Peter Lawford
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  23. Heather O'Rourke
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  24. Hugh O'Connor
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  25. Don Knotts
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