frenchjr25 wrote:Some could say the same about movie theatres, drive ins, and any other type of structure. This is why there are historical societies and the National Trust. saving cultural landmarks is vital to the future understanding of our lives.
And people want to see the sets where movies and TV shows were done, not the physical locations. How different would your experience of Universal be if they demolished the Psycho house and just told you where it once stood?
There is plenty of room for sets to be moved, which is not that expensive of a process. We are not talking about 100 ton brick buildings.
And remember that until Desperate Housewives Universal had sets dating back to the late 20s. Obviously their were important to them for 50 years until NBC bought the studio.
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