No Audiophiles in Hollywood

A thought just came to me that a lot of movies show us the lives of fictional people doing the everyday things that real people do. However, we never see anyone sitting down and listening to a high end system.

The only thing that I can remember is when the billionaire played by Robert Redford put on an LP on what appeared to be a high end turntable in the movie "Indecent Proposal".

I have never seen exposed tubes on-screen, or an amp of any type for that matter. Big speakers, seems hifi does not fit the decor scheme of movie sets, or more realistically, audiophiles are rarer on earth than Klingons and Romulans and hollywood does not know of their existence.

It would seem that some of the well heeled actors, directors and producers would own a killer 2 channel system and periodically include one in a scene when the character has discretionary income.

We've all seen scenes with the wife complaining about the husband always watching sports, but never complaining about him pampering his hi-fi rig.

We've all seen characters with automobiles and other toys that we've envied, but never a stereo system to make you salivate.

Anyone ever see a hi-fi system onscreen worth mentioning?

Just a thought.
jayant, your comments regarding the typical L.A . person are interesting.  Do you have any remarks regarding the typical Alabama person?

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In the recent Jason Statham "Mechanic" movies, he has what appears to be a Pro-Ject turntable with Ortofon cartridge and a Jolida integrated. Not sure about the speakers.
Folks.......Lara Croft -Tomb Raider.
That was a Judy Spotheim La Luce turntable. Not Clearaudio.

In the series 'Bel Air', Uncle Phil's office has what appears to be an expensive looking SimAudio Moon amp & preamp along with a killer turntable.