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    Quote Originally Posted by TMDtheUE View Post
    yes that and the "Shanghai" scene is filmed at Bethlehem Steel.
    I didn't even notice that when i saw it the other day, i noticed the power plant and the prison right off, but didn't see that. I will have to check that out when i see it again.

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    I can't find the same trailer I saw in the movies, but I think some movie called "Percy Jackson and the Olympians" was shot in the bank in Richmond, VA.

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    Watched a movie the other night-"Autopsy", another from the After Dark
    series. A hospital was used in that. Which one? IDK. But not a bad flick.
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    Okay, I mentioned the movie "AUTOPSY", from the Eight movies to die for series. Was filmed on the campus of a Louisiana hospital.

    Check it out, pretty cool.
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    "In Dreams" Part of it was filmed at the now demolished Northampton State Hospital.

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    "The Mysteries of Pittsburgh" has a scene that takes place at the furnace.
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    I was just watching Analyze This and the scene near the begining where Robert DiNero cant hit the guy in the head with the pipe was filmed in some abandoned brewery.
    'You know what the problem is, Brucie? We used to make shit in this country... build shit. Now we just put our hand in the next guy's pockets.'

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    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DAWvMqHn0PQ&feature=related"]YouTube- Ghost Adventures - Pennhurst State [1 of 4][/ame]

    complete with 2 people that some of you might be familiar with...lol
    - has never been arrested for "Moapery"... just for the record.


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    i just watched "a few good men" over the weekend for the first time since i've been inside st e's. pretty cool to see so many shots of the admin bldg (tho that's the only building they show).
    leave the gun, take the canoli.

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    Im in the middle of watching "Surrogates" and noticed the buildings from the Paul Dever school in Massachusetts.

    In the movie people no longer leave their houses but instead use robotic Surrogates to interact with the world. The people against surrogacy call themselves "Dreads" and live in camps.

    The Dever school is the camp where their leader, Ving Rhames, is stationed

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    Walden Elementary, on the campus



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    The abandoned PA turnpike was in The Bloodhound Gang's music video for "Foxtrot Uniform Charlie Kilo"

    The band plays in a tunnel then Bam Margera drives a banana car through it.

    [nomedia="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JZpxaiNV_sM&feature=channel"]YouTube- Bloodhound Gang - Foxtrot Uniform Charlie Kilo[/nomedia]
    'You know what the problem is, Brucie? We used to make shit in this country... build shit. Now we just put our hand in the next guy's pockets.'

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    A few abandoned buildings in Philly were shown, along with the active prison in Philly that looks like Eastern State in "Law Abiding Citizen" I caught it on my flight back home last night, when I'm more awake I can figure out which ones. It was a little hard to tell some of it since the screens on the plane were a little grainy/low quality.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kts View Post
    A few abandoned buildings in Philly were shown, along with the active prison in Philly that looks like Eastern State in "Law Abiding Citizen" I caught it on my flight back home last night, when I'm more awake I can figure out which ones. It was a little hard to tell some of it since the screens on the plane were a little grainy/low quality.
    They used Holmesburg Prison for the interrogation scenes and exteriors.
    http://www.bing.com/maps/default.asp...olmesburg~pg.1

    Delaware county prison for exteriors and the cellblock he is in.
    http://www.bing.com/maps/default.asp...un%20mall~pg.1

    http://www.urbanatrophy.com/forum/showthread.php?t=5531

    Here is where he does stuff to the one murderer. Its on Navy Yard property.
    http://www.bing.com/maps/default.asp...elphia%2C%20PA

    Where he hi-jacks the cop car
    http://www.bing.com/maps/default.asp...elphia%2C%20PA

    Sad thing is I could ID all these spots as soon as I saw them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Soldat222 View Post
    Sad thing is I could ID all these spots as soon as I saw them.
    Just means you're a dedicated explorer.
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