“Forgotten Hollywood”- It’s a Mad Mad Mad Mad Burger…

Posted on September 24, 2020 by raideoman1 | No Comments

Manny P. here…

“`Have you ever noticed that almost every In-N-Out burger location has two crossed palm trees out front? It seems that the founder, Harry Snyder, branded his company to honor his favorite movie.

“`It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World features just about every major television and movie comic, and the climax takes place in a fictional locale in San Diego: Santa Rosita State Park. Overlooking the Pacific Ocean is a set of palm trees lined up to resemble a Big W. And in the ground is a suitcase filled with gobs of cash. Exactly where Smiler Grogan said it would be.


“`Snyder, wanting to mark each In-N-Out as his own treasure, started planting palm trees that crossed at all locations, paying homage to the 1963 comedy classic. Today, the crossed palm trees have been incorporated into all of the restaurant’s marketing plan, from bumper stickers to drink coasters to the homepage of their website.

“`Now, that is what a hamburger is all about.

Until next time>                               “never forget”

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