Twin Peaks Usenet Archive
Subject: Re: Some late word from the Frost folks
From: tneff@bfmny0.UU.NET (Tom Neff)
Date: 1990-05-20, 23:43
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org> email@example.com (Paul Raveling) writes:
> > 4. The bearded guy in the negligee was the show's property
> > manager.
What a film debut. Does he keep a cassette of this for his grandkids? :-)
> > 5. The rock-throwing scene was written by Mark Frost, and
> > its shooting demonstrated the actors' almost superhuman
> > ability to stay in character despite humorous circumstances.
Where was it shot? Looks like a public park of some kind.
> > 7. Except, "Invitation to Love" was shot in one of the
> > modestly famous local houses built by Frank Lloyd Wright.
> > (Not Hollyhock house, the other famous one up in the Griffith
> > Park area. Somehow none of us could remember its name
> > last night.)
Would this be the Ennis-Brown House by any chance? The exterior is made
of modular concrete cubes on a Mayan motif (the experimental concrete
compound Wright used has fared terribly in the polluted Hollywood air)
but the interior is classic FLW with long high halls, wood and brass and
leaded glass. I've toured it a couple of times, the atmosphere is
unbelievable, and I know the E-B foundation would be tickled to toss
film money into the restoration fund.