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Found It! Tracking Famous Movie Scene Locations

Monday 09.24.2012 , Posted by
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If you loved Bob Egan’s vintage album detective work, then you’ll love the blog of Christopher Moloney. Much like Egan does for album covers, Moloney tracks down the actual locations of famous movie scenes. A writer for many networks including CNN, CBS, and A&E, Moloney’s scene searching hobby started in June. He prints out a picture for each scene and then goes to the actual location, superimposing the print where it took place.

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You can see all of Moloney’s detective work on his blog and be the first to know about each new addition by following him on Twitter. With so many movies to choose from, Moloney’s hobby could keep him busy and us entertained for a long time!

Above: The Seven Year Itch 1955 Below: Ghostbusters 1984

You’ve Got Mail 1998

Vanilla Skye 2001

The Smurfs 2011

The Muppets Take Manhattan 1984

The Hangover Part II 2011

The Dictator 2012

Resident Evil Retribution 2012

Hollywood Ending 2002

Ghost 1990

Cruel Intentions 1999

Breakfast at Tiffany’s 1961

The Dark Knight Rises 2012

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Paul Caridad

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  1. awesome website, so glad i just came across it on tumblr. :) i was just wondering where that location was from the dark knight rises picture? i was in chicago about 2 weeks ago and i was walking around looking for some spots where they filmed but definitely didnt see that one. looking forward to your response :)

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