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California, U.S.A.
Welcome to Burbank, California.
Burbank is a city in Los Angeles County, 12 miles northwest of downtown Los Angeles. The city is home to around 104,700 people and is referred to as the Media Capital of the World for its numerous media and entertainment companies. Walt Disney, Warner Bros, ABC Studios, ABC Family, Marvel Studios, Nickelodeon, NBC and Insomniac Games all have headquarters and production facilities in Burbank, which is situated just a few miles northeast of Hollywood. Burbank is also home to the Bob Hope Airport, which serves 4.9 million travelers per year with over 70 flights daily. Burbank was named after David Burbank, a dentist and entrepreneur from New Hampshire. Burbank's history in the movie industry goes back a long time, and hundreds of major motion pictures have filmed here over the years. The most famous one is Casablanca from 1942, which starred Humphrey Bogart and filmed most of its scenes on Stage 1 at the Warner Bros' Burbank Studios. Other classics that have been shot in Burbank are Gary Cooper's High Noon, and Lee Marvin's Cat Ballou, as well as Disney movies Marry Poppins and The Princess Diaries. Downtown Burbank offers a vibrant mix of shopping, dining and entertainment. Part of downtown is the San Fernando Strip, an exclusive mall designed as an urban village, as well as the the Empire Center neighborhood and the Burbank Town Center retail complex. Burbank Town Center has long been a popular backdrop for movies, television shows and commercials, and has acted as a the setting for scenes in Cold Case, Gilmore Girls, ER and Desperate Housewives. If you find yourself in the area, there are a plethora of attractions to visit. Movie and television enthusiasts should obviously take a tour of the movie sets at the Nickelodeon, Burbank, Warner Bros and Walt Disney Studios, while history buffs can visit the Martial Arts History Museum and Gordon R. Howard Museum.
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