“After about a minute it became clear just how far the show extended into the backlot: not just the original sets replicating New York and Europe, but all the way up the hill to the Western Set where seemingly every western movie ever was shot, starting in the silent era just after Carl Laemmle founded Universal Studios as a colony for filmmakers, and up to “Three Amigos” in 1986. Past the giant 50-foot-tall murals of Dracula, Frankenstein, Bride of Frankenstein and The Creature from the Black Lagoon, all famously filmed here, now living in eternity as gigantor works of art and looming over a scattered field of 370 air-cooled Porsches. They were everywhere: scenes you recognized from movies and Porsches you recognized just because you loved Porsches.”