LOS ANGELES, Calif.--Bigfoot's tracks have joined the hundreds of famous footprints outside the renowned Chinese Theater.
"The tracks appeared right before dawn, in unattended cement that had been prepared for the vaudeville pioneer Art Sweeney," Blavin said.
The nonagenarian vaudevillian played the theater on its opening night and had been waiting decades for a spot in the famous forecourt.
Some city leaders contend that Bigfoot himself was long overdue for a monument at the theater.
"The creature has appeared in movies and television shows for over thirty years, and his tactics for avoiding photographers have been widely emulated by film stars' publicists," said producer Benji DeLaurenta.
Nevertheless, theater managers want to remove the creature's footprints at once.
"Bigfoot has only been represented by other actors,--rather than personally present--in feature films, and is therefore ineligible for a place in the forecourt," Blavin said.
Of greater concern to city officials is the possibility that Bigfoot now prowls the streets of Los Angeles--where the weird creature may prove even more difficult than usual to identify.
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