The statue was created by Oscar Leon, an artist with Timeless Creations - The Studio of Rotblatt-Amrany and in partnership with Warner Bros. Consumer Products. In addition to Flick, Rotblatt-Amrany's studio created numerous statues at the Community Veterans Memorial in Munster, the Orville Redenbacher statue in Valparaiso and statues of Michael Jordan, Frank Thomas and Harry Carey in Chicago.

Find out more about the local Rotblatt-Amrany creations here.


Leon and Scott Schwartz, the actor who played Flick in the movie, were both on hand when the South Shore CVA unveiled the statue. W.F. "Bill" Wellman, former vice chairman of the South Shore CVA Board of Directors, had suggested the statue at a South Shore CVA board meeting and made the first donation toward its funding.


The statue adds to the visitor experience during the annual "A Christmas Story" Comes Home exhibit, which features six animatronic displays. In addition to Flick, a new scene was created after surveying visitors and social media fans on which scene should be depicted next.

The Flick statue is permanently displayed just outside the front doors of the Indiana Welcome Center. We "triple dog dare" you to stop by and get your picture taken with Flick!

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