April 18, 2008 at 9:10 am in Entertainment
Following the previous post about an A bomb explosion it only seems appropriate to talk about my favorite landmark in the city. It’s not the Hollywood sign, it’s not Charlie Tuna’s* star on the Walk of Fame
(yeah a fake fish has a star a reader has pointed out the star is for the radio legend of the same name, not the cartoon spokesfish) and it’s not even the place where I met my wife for the first time. Those are all great places but they aren’t my favorite place.
You can find out what it is after the jump but here’s a hint…it involves a space robot.
My favorite landmark in all of Los Angeles is the Grey Goose Framing store at 1170 S. La Brea; the one with Gort, the robot from The Day The Earth Stood Still, in the window. You can buy a frame at a lot of places but this is the only place where you can see a replica of the greatest robot in movie history; the robot who came to Earth in 1951 to prevent us from blowing ourselves up, by threatening to blow us up.
Space robots are all about tough love.
Photo courtesy of eazylandish.