Three of Hollywood’s Coolest Celebrity Cemeteries by Ignacio Darnaude

Photos compliments of Ignacio’s personal photos. He sent me some not used in the article, so I picked my favorites.

Thanx, Ignacio!



This article appears in Iberia Airlines Magazine and is written by our extended family member, Ignacio, who has been workingin the entertainment field since moving from Spain more than 30 years ago. He took us to see the movie Lion when we visited L.A. over Thanksgiving and I posted a mini-review with a photo of Dev Patel and me taken by Ignacio. (Internal Link:



Monument dedicated to Toto, the dog from the Wizard of Oz, although she was buried on the owners’ ranch property in Studio City.

Ignacio was asked to write this article before the unexpected death of first Carrie Fisher and then her mom, Debbie Reynolds, only one day apart. They are being buried in Hollywood Hills at the Forest Lawn Memorial Cemetery, not included in this article. But I do think it is ironic that the article was released about the same time as the deaths of this mother and daughter talented duo.


Link to Ignacio’s article inIberia Airlines Magazine



A Double Loss: Carrie Fisher & Debbie Reynolds

I went to the library yesterday to checkout one of Carrie Fisher’s books. I saw or read Postcards from the Edge, read Wishful Drinking, and was able to find Shockaholic, the cover of which shows Fisher as a Princess Leia puppet. I like her witty and sometimes scathing writing and I hope to review the book soon.


Fisher played Princess Leia in Star Wars when she was only 19, about the same age as Debbie Reynolds, her mother, was when she starrred in Singing in the Rain, one of my very favorite movies. I grew up watching Debbie Reynolds sing and dance and loved her in all her movies. I also saw her in person about three years ago in L.A. at a tribute to Glenn Ford. She was still cute and perky and funny!


I mentioned to someone that losing a child, of any age, as Debbie Reynolds did two days ago, is one of the worst experiences I could ever imagine. Then Debbie Reynolds dies, perhaps from a broken heart, while planning her 60 year-old daughter’s funeral…. a shock I am still  processing. I mourn the death of both mother and daughter.


So many stars lost this year that the Academy Awards list of people in themovies no longer with us will be very long. May they rest in peace!

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