There is an airport. Not a very well known or famous airport, but an airport nonetheless. It has a couple runways and a few planes--infernal flying machines. Let's presume this airport is in Iowa. Des Moines, Iowa--in fact--is where this airport resides. That sounds like a fine place for an airport to call home. An airport needs a good home, much like a child or fichus.
Growing up, I had two types of dolls: impossibly thin, top-heavy Barbie dolls and the round-faced, girlish-figured American Girl Dolls. My favorite Barbie, a nameless "princess" character, had pin-straight yellow-blonde hair, an enormous pink dress and a thimble-sized waist.
On the golden age of Hollywood, it was no secret that studios ruled the game. They made their money by making what were considered cutting-edge movies at the time. 3-D movies were some of their biggest attractions and they made the studios a lot of money. After awhile though, the gimmick lost its shine and 3-D wasn't nearly as popular as it once was, often becoming associated with the double bill at a drive-in.