Wednesday, February 5, 2014

The Rockford Files - Episode: The Battle of Canoga Park (1977) Burbank Kawaski Dealer/Store 1329 North Hollywood Way Burbank CA


The rooftop sign for this motorcycle dealership is hidden behind the red, white and blue banner. They covered the name of Burbank Kawasaki because this episode was suppose to be about trouble in Canoga Park and not Burbank, CA.



7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Very cool. Thanks for the info!

Anonymous said...

Very cool. Thanks for the info!

Anonymous said...

That era of 1975 to 19777 so much of the country was decorated with that red, white and blue styling for the American bicentennial. Memories.

Burbank Kawasaki said...

Burbank Kawasaki was sold in October
1978 to Leon Bellisimo.
Burbank Kawasaki has contributed for more that 500 movies and TV work.

Anonymous said...

In this episode Rockford argues that because specific types of weapons aren't itemized in the second amendment that the constitution doesn't protect the right to keep and bear them. Except it's the opposite and he's wrong. The bill of rights says government can't pass any law restricting individual ownership of weapons at all. Too bad they had to include stupid late 70s liberal politics this episode. It's a rare misstep.

Anonymous said...

Actually, the Anonymous post from September 16, 2014 is wrong. The Supreme Court of the United States has ruled that gun ownership is NOT unlimited, and that restrictions CAN be placed on gun ownership.

The Second Amendment of the Bill of Rights also mentions a militia, something many conveniently overlook. "A well regulated Militia..." is how it begins, and everything that follows is dependent upon that opening statement. Want a gun? Join a militia.

Baba Booey said...

I don't think the framers of the Constitution had dynamite in mind when they were thinking of armed militiamen.