Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Entrance to the Hollywood Pictures Backlot

California Adventures 10

The entrance to the Hollywood Pictures Backlot is guarded, so to speak, by two ceramic elephant sculptures on tall columns. It's a tribute to a set constructed for the 1916 film Intolerance. The Kodak Theatre (where the Oscars are hosted) also have elephant sculptures atop columns.

It's Hollywood, just nod and smile.

2 comments:

  1. A-ha! The people around the corner must have recently returned from Disneyland or the Kodak Theatre, which explains the foot-high purple ceramic elephants they have mounted on plinths at each side of the stairs into their yard. Thank you, Amy. Mystery solved. :)

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  2. Haha! I want to see. Glad I could help solve the mystery. :D

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