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Friday, Nov 05, 2010
Ventura County's Rancho Camulos is a historic landmark because of its time in existence,
but has an even greater claim to fame as the setting for the famed 1800's novel "Ramona".
KCLU's Lance Orozco reports that this weekend, the Rancho is celebrating "Ramona Days" with a special emphasis on the 100th anniversary of the film "Ramona" starrting Mary Pickford, which was shot at the landmark.