New York: The Movie Lover's Guide: The Ultimate Insider Tour of Movie New York
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The classic guide to who-did-what-where in New York, on- and off-screen, including:
Classic film and TV locations: Marilyn Monroe’s infamous Seven Year Itch subway grating . . . the deli where Meg Ryan famously faked an orgasm in When Harry Met Sally . . . the diner where Courteney Cox (in Friends) and Kirsten Dunst (in Spider-Man) waitressed . . . Men in Black’s Manhattan headquarters . . . The Godfather mansion on Staten Island…the Greenwich Village apartment where Jack Nicholson terrorized Greg Kinnear in As Good as It Gets . . . Ghostbusters’ Tribeca firehouse . . . Michael Douglas and Gwyneth Paltrow’s A Perfect Murder palazzo . . . the landmark West Side building that housed Tom Cruise in Vanilla Sky and Mia Farrow in Rosemary’s Baby . . . the Greenwich Village apartment of Friends . . . Will & Grace’s Upper West Side building . . . The All in the Family block in Queens . . . The Sopranos’ New Jersey mansion (and the real Bada Bing club) . . . Seinfeld’s favorite diner . . . Sex and the City’s sexiest haunts . . . and many more . . .
Stars’ childhood homes: Lena Horne’s Bedford-Stuyvesant townhouse . . . Frank Sinatra’s Hoboken row house . . . Barbra Streisand’s Flatbush housing project . . . J.Lo’s Bronx block . . . Humphrey Bogart’s Upper West Side tenement . . . the Marx Brothers’ Upper East Side brownstone . . .
Apartments and townhouses of the silver screen’s greatest legends: Joan Crawford . . . Marlene Dietrich . . . James Dean . . . Katharine Hepburn . . . Montgomery Clift . . . Rita Hayworth . . . Rock Hudson . . . and . . .
Plus: Superstar cemeteries . . . major film and TV studios . . . historic movie palaces and Broadway theaters . . . star-studded restaurants and legendary hotels . . .
For movie-loving New Yorkers, travelers and armchair film buffs, New York: The Movie Lover’s Guide is the ultimate insider’s guide to the Big Apple’s reel attractions.
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Bison Archives; Tom Meyers at the Fort Lee Film Commission; Kristine Krueger at
the Fairbanks Center for Motion Picture Study at the Academy of Motion Picture
FORT LEE Known to most New Yorkers as the town on the jersey side of the
George Washington Bridge (and to movie audiences as the suburb that was
home to Rosanna Arq uette in Desperately Seeking Susan and Ray Liotta in
1' Fort Lee romance Tallulah Bankhead and Tom Moore in Thirty a Week, 1918
played by a young actor named D. W. Griffith. A year later, Griffith would move to
the other side of the camera to become a director at Biograph, and in this new ...
Company, opening on Fifth Street in 1909. Since Champion, which specialized in
East Coast Westerns, was not a member of the Edison-led Motion Picture Patents
Company, its Fort Lee facility was in constant danger of being closed down by ...
Alas, for all that went on in Fort Lee (some historians have calculated that Fort
Lee in its heyday was responsible for 50 percent of all the feature films produced
in the United States), the end came quickly. With the country's involvement in ...
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New York: The Movie Lover's Guide : the Ultimate Insider Tour of Movie New York
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