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Pierce Brothers Valhalla Memorial Park
10621 Victory Blvd.
North Hollywood (Burbank), CA 91606
Phone: 818-763-9121

Not knowing the area I had a hard time finding the cemetery. You may have to stop and ask for directions as you get near it. It is a large cemetery which also contains the grave site of Oliver Hardy (he was cremated) and some other notables. As you enter the cemetery, stop at the office and ask for a map of the cemetery. This is the only way to find Cliff's grave. The receptionist at the office had never heard of Cliff Edwards even after I explained who he was. After leaving the office, Cliff's grave will be on left-most side of the cemetery under a tree surrounded by a couple of un-related grave sites. I was told that the Disney people had only placed a proper plaque on the grave in recent years.

Cliff Edwards is buried in Block G, Section 6414 of the cemetery. Click for Cliff Edwards in "Find-A-Grave".

Check out "Find-A-Grave" for other celebrities in Valhalla Memorial Park.

David Garrick at Cliff Edwards grave site, August 1997 Photo-Cliff Edwards Grave - David.jpg (67567 bytes)

Cliff Edwards Headstone Photo-Cliff Edwards Headstone.jpg (73877 bytes)

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