Sunset Boulevard is a street in the western part of Los Angeles County extending from Figueroa Street in downtown to the Pacific Ocean. Along its ca 22 miles this renown boulevard runs through Los Feliz, Hollywood, West Hollywood, Beverly Hills, Bel-Air, Brentwood, among other areas. It is at least four lanes in width for all of its route. Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood is also sometimes called "Guitar Row" due to the large number of guitar stores and music industry-related businesses, including the legendary recording studios Sunset Sound Studios and United Western Recorders. Many young musicians and other artists live in the area. The best-known section of Sunset Boulevard is the Sunset Strip in West Hollywood, a center for nightlife. The boulevard is commemorated in Billy Wilder's famous movie, an Andrew Lloyd Webber musical, and a hit song in 2005 by Scott Grimes. Disney-MGM Studios has a recreation of Sunset as a backdrop for its The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror and Rock 'n' Roller Coaster rides.
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