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Why do people choose ABC Movers as their #1 moving services provider in Universal City?

Universal City is an unincorporated area within in the San Fernando Valley region of the city of Los Angeles, California. Approximately 415 acres (1.7 km²) within and around the surrounding area is the property of Universal Studios, one of the six major film studios in the United States: about 70 percent of the studio's property is inside this unincorporated area, while the remaining 30 percent is within the Los Angeles city limits.

History

Carl Laemmle (/lɛm-liː/ lem-lee) officially opened the Second Universal City (Lankershim Boulevard) on March 15, 1915, on a 230-acre (93 ha) Taylor Ranch property. At the launch event, in what is now the North Hollywood area, a crowd of men and women, dressed in the attire of the era, eagerly awaited the display of the film stages, daredevil stunt pilots and silent film idols, as well as the movie cameras Laemmle had brought along. "See how slapstick comedies are made. See your favorite screen stars do their work. See how we make the people laugh or cry or sit on the edge of their chairs the world over!" stated a poster touting Universal's opening. "C'mon out! Aw, c'mon!"

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