The Ennis-Brown house, an abode designed by Frank Lloyd Wright that has been used as exterior footage in such films as Blade Runner, Day of the Locust, The House on Haunted Hill, and The Black Cat is now one of the eleven most endangered historic places in the US. Water damage and earthquakes have taken their toll on the house, and both film fans and lovers of Frank Lloyd Wright are eager to pull together the $15 million needed to fully restore the house. I assume part of that money will go toward creating a magic potion that can stop earthquakes.
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