I used to keep my car in a garage in Hoboken. It was under a building, had a downward ramp to enter--and you can see a quick shot of it in On the Waterfront, when the car carrying Rod Steiger to be murdered by the mobsters goes down that ramp. There was the owner, called--but not to his face--The Gorilla, and his employee, or maybe his son, known as The Kid. I don't know if they had a name for me, but they called a friend of mine Hollywood or Wolfspit. The Kid was as close to an owner as the famous dog, Jolly Roger, had. No chickens or robots were involved.