~The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet ~
The real-life house The Nelson family lived in was on the show for external TV shots as the fictional Nelson’s home. I did not know that!
The interior scenes for the show was a stage depicting the real-life interior of The Nelson’s home.
Some of the story lines for the show were taken from the family’s real life too.
I think The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet was the first and original reality show!
I can kind of remember watching The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet show on TV. I can hear Ozzie’s soft fatherly voice in my head like a familiar echo. I was not old enough to be boy crazy for Ricky Nelson, well maybe a little.
The iconic Nelson home’s address is 1822 Camino Palmero Street in Los Angeles.
The famous Ozzie and Harriet home was built in 1910 and forever preserved in our minds and on film. It’s been beautifully updated. I read on AOL that:
“Ozzie’s wood-paneled pub is now a modern family room.”
“As recent as 2013 the house still had the original kitchen layout as seen on the TV show.”
“Some historic features of the home were preserved. The siding is new, but looks the same.”… Continue Reading
Tourist Attractions of the unusual kind today. Here are 8 ingenious animal shaped buildings to visit on your travels. Have you seen any of these animal shaped buildings? One is actually a seashell house in Mexico. The 8 tourist attractions are:
A Shell House in Mexico, a dinosaur, blue whale, giant koala, a dog, large muskie, an elephant and a big duck.
1. The Big Duck building was declared by a radio station to be on the list of 7 wonders of Long Island, New York.
Call it the Big Duck or the Flanders Duck. Call it bizarre or call it the best marketing idea since Duck Soup. It is literally an architectural wonder now on the National Register of Historic Places since 1997. It was created as an advertisement by a duck farmer selling duck products for his Big Duck Ranch in Flanders, New York.
Today, it’s a gift shop and one of the wonders of Long Island.
The Big Duck is no ordinary ducky. Now, any building shaped like its product is called a ‘duck’ so this paddle foot had mad influence in the world. Quack! … Continue Reading