This Week on 'Visiting With Huell Howser' -- Historic Restaurants and Buildings

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Monday @ 7:30PM -- "Musso and Franks"

Huell visits Musso & Frank Grill, the oldest restaurant in Hollywood, and talks with longtime employees and patrons about what makes the eatery a landmark. The restaurant opened in 1919 and is named after original owners Joseph Musso and Frank Toulet.

Tuesday @ 7:30PM -- "The Two Anns"

Huell revisits French Garden Restaurant & Bistro in downtown Los Angeles, but this time, he brings along two very special lunch dates: Hollywood legends Ann Rutherford and Anne Jeffreys.

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Wednesday @ 7:30PM -- "Backdrops"

Join Huell as he gets a look at what's literally behind the scenes when he visits Grosh Backdrops. They have been providing backgrounds for movies, TV shows, and plays since 1932.

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Thursday @ 7:30PM -- "Ablitt House"

Huell takes a trip to Ablitt House, which was built on a 20x20-square-foot lot in the heart of Old Town Santa Barbara. It was constructed by architect Jeff Shelton and contractor Dan Upton with 800,000 pounds of concrete.

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Friday @ 7:30PM -- "Caltrans Building"

Our favorite host gets a tour of the new Caltrans district headquarters designed by architect Thom Mayne in downtown Los Angeles.

Saturday @ 5:00PM -- "Mars Rocks"

For more than a decade, John thought he had a special rock, but no one cared, until he sent a letter to Huell. Could it be from Mars? Join Huell as he tries to solve the mystery.

Sunday @ 7:00PM -- "Stealth Ship"

Sea Shadow is a futuristic vessel built to test new naval technologies, especially signature control -- better known as stealth. Follow Huell to Navy Pier in San Diego for an extraordinary tour.

Sunday @ 7:30PM -- "Tustin"

Huell visits the old marine base in Tustin to see what the city has planned for its two huge blimp hangers. One of the hangers will be turned into a sports complex, while the other is still in limbo. The Orange County Rescue Mission is building an amazing facility on the base.

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