Newhall, California

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Coordinates: 34°22′38.29″N 118°31′33.91″W / 34.3773028°N 118.5260861°W / 34.3773028; -118.5260861

Newhall is the southernmost district of Santa Clarita, California. It is the oldest district of Santa Clarita. Before 1987, Newhall was an independent but unincorporated town. It was the first permanent Anglo settlement in the valley.

It is named after businessman Henry Newhall. Newhall is home to the William S. Hart County Park. It has tours of the famous silent movie maker's mansion. Over the years, Newhall has been the location for many movies, including Suddenly (1954) and Disney's The World's Greatest Athlete (1973).

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