A while back I picked up the 1978 drive-in B-flick "Gas Pump Girls" on laserdisc and finally watched it last night and enjoyed it a lot. Most of the movie is filmed at an intersection and a street sign saying "Marysville Blvd" is visible several times. Though nothing in the movie looked familiar, I noted that there is a street with that name in Sacramento. At the very end of the film, it said "Special thanks to the city and residents of Sacramento, California for their assistance in the making of this film." I went back through the movie still-framing a lot of parts and caught the name of the intersecting street (Arcade Blvd) so today I drove out there to see the location for myself. The plot of the movie concerns these girls running an old run-down gas station across the street from a big new station, and in the ultimate of ironies the old building is STILL there, now a California Recycling Center, but the big gas station across the street was torn down and paved over. There were 2 old guys there who said they'd heard there was a movie filmed there but they'd never seen it, so I told them I'd bring them a tape copy of it sometime since you can't buy it anymore. One of the best scenes in the movie is a couple disco dancing in front of the old gas station while a crowd of people watch and clap along.