Mount Lee is a peak in the Santa Monica Mountains, now within Griffith Park in Los Angeles, California. The famous Hollywood sign, built in 1923, is located on its southern slope of the peak. The peak is made up of Tertiary sedimentary rocks similar to those holding the East Beverly Hills Oil Field. The field was the last urban oil field drilled in the Los Angeles Basin and was discovered in 1966 by drilling from an urban drill site along Pico Blvd.
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