Yeah, it's the famous corner, Sunset and Vine, where Cecile B. DeMille directed Hollywood's first full length movie - The Squaw Man - for the Jesse L. Lasky Feature Play Company. Paramount Pictures also started on this corner, but they're now down on Melrose. NBC Radio Networks (Red and Blue) built their massive west coast "Radio City" on the northeast corner here. That went up in 1938 - the Jack Benny Show and Burns and Allen and all the rest were done here. They torn that down in 1964 - NBC moved all their West Coast operations to their Burbank facilities. Now there's just a bank - Washington Mutual - with the oddest sculpture in town in the fountain out front.
There is no plaque, and nothing on the web about who did this and what it represents - but what we have here is a charging bull with the chest of a sea fish (some sort of odd morphing, that), but the bull not really charging, as a pod of small dolphins underneath seem to be moving the fellow along. And on the bull's back is a bare-breasted young woman, riding backward for no apparent reason - and above her there is this cupid with a tight Afro on her shoulder whispering in her ear. This must be very deeply symbolic. Or it may be a joke of some sort
There's a time capsule here too - to be opened in 2037, when Hollywood is finally one hundred fifty years old. Maybe there is an explanation inside.