Hollywood Lived Here: Actors and Their New York Abodes

Marlene Dietrich, 1951 A photo of Ernest Hemingway, signed “With love, Papa,” rests on the side table in the living room of the actress’s Park Avenue apartment. Photo: George Karger/Pix Inc./Time Life Pictures/Getty Images

Shirley MacLaine, 1972 Contemplating the fierce shag carpeting in her 52nd Street apartment. Photo: Conde Nast Archive/Corbis

Marlon Brando and his sisters, Hell’s Kitchen 1948 From left, actress Jocelyn Brando with husband, director Don Hanmer and son Gahan; painter Frances Brando with (seated) husband, painter Richard Loving and daughter Julia. Photo: Lisa Larsen/Time Life Pictures/Getty Images

Raquel Welch, 1987 Aerobicizing in the Central Park South apartment she shared with her husband, producer Andre Weinfeld. Photo: JP Laffont/Sygma/Corbis

Anne Bancroft, 1963 Studying a script in the Greenwich Village apartment she lived in with Mel Brooks. Photo: AP Photo

Lucille Ball, 1965 Admiring the view from her terrace at the New York Hilton. Photo: Archive Photos/Getty Images

Jane Fonda, 1962 Making a call on a rotary-dial telephone in her bedroom. At the time, Fonda was studying with Lee Strasberg at the Actors Studio and filming Walk on the Wild Side. Photo: Genevieve Naylor/Corbis

Julie Andrews, 1955 Reclining in the $275-a-month Park Chambers Hotel apartment she shared with actress Dilys Lay. The television set was a gift from a gentleman caller. Photo: Harry Harris/AP Images

Dustin Hoffman, 1967 Doing chin-ups in the kitchen doorway of his 16 West 11th Street apartment. Photo: Bob Gomel/Time Life Pictures/Getty Images

Liza Minnelli, 1969 The actress lived with entertainer Peter Allen in this 300 East 57th Street apartment. Photo: Burt Glinn/Magnum Photos

Hollywood Lived Here: Actors and Their New York Abodes