I ain’t afraid of no ghosts

The firestation that appeared in the 1984 Ghostbusters was actually very near to Greenwich Village. This is easily accessible by subway in Manhattan. So make an effort to visit this firehouse when you got the chance.

@Krupa 14 N Moore St, TriBeCa, New York City, NY 10013-2413 or more commonly known as the ghostbusters firehouse! Waw it with the wife! pic.twitter.com/hEXtuR9rox

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Popeye Musical

Located in Malta, this is a group of wooden village built specifically for the musical Popeye starring Robin Williams.

The construction of the film set started in June 1979. The set was completed in seven months, and filming commenced on January, 1980.

Flashdance and Carnegie Museum Of the Art

Jeniffer Beals went to apply for an audition in this ballet institution set in Carnegie Museum of the Art. I believe she did not queue up to wait for her turn to get the application as shown in the music video below.

The bus in the movie Into The Wild

There is a replica bus in Denali National Park in Alaska where Christopher McCandless spent his last few days. The real bus should be nearby in the park.

Snoqualmie, Twin Peaks

The towns of Snoqualmie, North Bend and Fall City were the primary filming locations for Twin Peaks Series. It is about an hour’s drive from the town of Roslyn, Washington.

Papillon’s Cliff Jumping Scene

I can never forget this last scene in the movie Papillon. Steve McQueen’s famous cliff-jumping scene near the end of the film took place from the cliffs in Maui, Hawaii.

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