This Saturday, the Cinespia Series returns to the Hollywood Forever Cemetery with a screening of The Player. Also back: that hour of crushing boredom between staking your blanket claim and showtime. Take advantage of the gravey surrounds and gawk at 100 years of nutty interment with this Tomb Tour
1. Cecil B. DeMille
Producer, The Ten Commandments
DeMille used to drive his Cadillac to his tombstone, sit on the roof, and brag about his gravesite to passersby. Now he sits underground worrying that Charlton Heston's coming by to shoot him
2. Johnny Ramone
Legendary Punk Guitarist
Memorialized with a life-sized, mid-rock-out statue, Johnny's celebrated once a year with a riotous service, and a million times a year by crappy bar bands butchering "I Wanna Be Sedated"
3. Carl Morgan Bigsby
Pioneering Graphic Artist
His bizarre marker is a 7' replica of a Spartan rocket, a 1970s anti-ballistic missile with a range of 800 miles (or 800 miles more than Carl Morgan Bigsby)
4. Walter Miller Clark
Peer into this body-less tomb for a surprisingly colorful stained-glass window and an epitaph reading: "Lost at Sea. SS Titanic. 1884-1912" -- 81 merciful years before his girlfriend would have made him sit through the movie
5. Mel Blanc
The voice of Bugs Bunny
The cartoon maven's epitaph reads, "That's all, Folks" -- crushing for Hindu-come-lately's whose belief in reincarnation was instigated by Wile E. Coyote's unfailing recoveries from anvil-related pratfalls
Screenings run Saturdays all summer, but the cemetery's also open weekdays -- a boon during those eight hours of crushing boredom you call "work"