Aaron Spelling and his wife are selling the house where the 1976 pilot for the television series "Charlie's Angels" was shot.
The producer's wife, Candy, oversaw remodeling on the Holmby Hills home, which has a price tag of $9.95 million. The Spellings lived there for 16 years before their nearby 56,500-square-foot chateau, known as The Manor, was completed in 1991.
Their former home, built in 1936, has six bedrooms and 10 bathrooms and sits on a 1.5-acre lot. It also has a new kitchen, a tennis court with a viewing area and a master suite with a fireplace. The Spellings' current home is on a six-acre site that once belonged to Bing Crosby.