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Christopher Lloyd's Home -- The Charred Remains

11/17/2008 12:16 PM PST BY TMZ STAFF

A smoldering heap of concrete and rubble is all that remains of Christopher Lloyd's Montecito mansion -- a home that was valued at $11.3 million before this weekend.
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Lloyd's place was only one of the 210 homes destroyed by the Tea Fire in the Santa Barbara area.

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Condom Man    

GREAT SCOTT!

2077 days ago
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B    

I'm very sorry to hear this - have always respected his acting.

2077 days ago
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Adam    

Homes? Where we're going we don't need homes.

2077 days ago
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DaJuice    

That had to take at least 1.21 gigawatts!!!!

2077 days ago
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zoemayne    

Maybe this time they'll buy a home surrounded by oil tankers.

2077 days ago
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DaJuice    

Now his home looks exactly like the inside of Jeff Conaway's head...Completely Baked!

2077 days ago
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arte help    

Am I supposed to feel sorry? They build these houses on mountainsides, the know about the Sana Ana winds and the risks of fires. Sorry, but they're dumb asses.

2077 days ago
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me    

lol "Condom Man", dude i was TOTALLY gonna say that. I clicked in here specifically for the purpose of posting that and im disappointed to see you beat me to it. hahaha

2077 days ago
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me    

In fact, it should've been TMZ's clever headline for the story

2077 days ago
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Zoya    

Feel sorry for your fellow man tkennedy Nahh why would you do that-- I mean human compasion never accomplished anything.
Luv LLyod great character actor very under-rated but hillarious... Adam Electric Banana Hammock great posts thanks for the giggle

2077 days ago
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Liz    

My thoughts and prayers go out to all that have lost their homes.

2077 days ago
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laura    

He better bust out the Flux Capacitor!!!!

2077 days ago
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superman    

He always seemed nice. Sorry for your loss.

2077 days ago
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laura    

P.S. Doc Brown had burned down his mansion for the insurance money to fund building the De Lorean. Coincidence????

2077 days ago
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Mo    

Although very sad that anyone had to lose their house. Again, TMZ is wrong with their information, probably trying like all other news reports to make this area look extremely wealthy. Not a 11+ million property, was recently taken off the market when it did not sell for 5.5 million. Still alot, but big difference.

2077 days ago
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