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One Iconic Big Lebowski Set Could Become A Museum, Get The Details


The Coen Brothers 1998 comedy The Big Lebowski long ago entered the pantheon of cult classics. Now, an iconic part of that film has been donated to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), so that it can be turned into a museum and a symbol of architectural creativity. According to AM2, the home that was used as the set for the home of porn kingpin Jackie Treehorn in The Big Lebowski is now a part of the collection of LACMA. The $40 million home in the Hollywood hills is known as the Sheats Goldstein house, and is owned by James ...
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