A Perfect Day house is located on Vera Avenue in Los Angeles, California. This Culver City home served as the shooting location for the Laurel and Hardy short film A Perfect Day. The location is only a few blocks from the former location of the Hal Roach Studios, which stood on the corner of Washington Boulevard and National Boulevard, and was the home studio of Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy. Because of the close proximity to the studio, the team filmed extensively in the surrounding neighborhoods of Culver City. In the film Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy are planning to take the family out for a picnic, along with gouty uncle, Edgar Kennedy. One delay after another causes frustation after frustration for the boys. The cottage-type house used in the 1929 film is flanked by several other houses which can also seen in the short, as the homes of the increasingly interested neighbors.