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Falcon's Lair. The mansion of Rudolph Valentino. Nameless treasures lie inside, along with the memory of many an old movie stars who visited. This mansion was built in Beverley Hills, back when it was still a wilderness.

Rudolph Valentino's bedroom at Whitely Heights (and later moved to Falcon Lair) designed by Paul Poiret in 1923.

Falcon Lair 1998. Sadly nothing remains to prove Rudy ever lived and loved here.

Rudolph Valentino's Dining Room | Falcon Lair | Los Angeles, California

Falcon Lair 1998 Valentino built it.... Doris Duke purchused it and later died here

Ladies & Gentleman Mr. Rudolph Valentino. Gawd, he was hawt. They just don't make them like that anymore.

Rudolph mother told me when I was a child, that when Rudolph Valentino died, women were so enamored of him that they commited suicide by jumping out of windows when his casket was drawn down the street in his funeral procession. She also said that on the anniversary of his death a woman is seen putting a single read rose on his grave, she is heavily veiled in black.


Rudolph Valentino - silent movies star by Movie-Fan, via Flickr

Rudolph Valentino in The Son of the Sheik (1926) My favorite old movie. My favorite actor...Possibly my soul mate who I never got to meet ='(