Film editor Angus Wall goes big-budget for a Palisades Midcentury

By Jack Flemming

Film editor Angus Wall has paid $6.5 million for a cinematic Midcentury Modern home in Pacific Palisades, records show.

Sitting on a two-parcel bluff overlooking the ocean, the scenic spot takes in panoramic ocean views.

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