Godzilla plaque.

Godzilla (1956) Filmed Here Plaque

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Los Angeles, California

A historical plaque, dedicated to the Tokyo-stomping monster, was unveiled on March 25th, 2006 -- roughly the 50th anniversary of the five days that Raymond Burr spent filming Godzilla at Visual Drama Studios, which is now an elementary school. Burr's scenes were inserted to create the 1956 American version of the 1954 Japanese movie.

Godzilla (1956) Filmed Here Plaque

Frank del Olmo Elementary School

100 N. New Hampshire Ave., Los Angeles, CA
Frank del Olmo Elementary School. On the east side of N. New Hampshire Ave., midway between Council and W. 1st Sts. The plaque is mounted to one of the yellow pillars at the top of the steps.
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