THE FACT THAT THE BAGDAD Cafe doesn’t mean much to most Americans is perhaps exactly why it means so much to the rest of the world. Every day, international film buffs venture into the middle of the Mojave Desert by the busload to visit this dinky Route 66 roadside cafe. The set location of German filmmaker Percy Adlon’s 1987 indie cult-classic of the same name, the Bagdad Cafe is the Mojave Desert’s cinematic claim to fame.
By Robert Richardson
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