The Worldwide Guide to Movie Locations
offers a unique travel experience. It's the only worldwide
guide to take you into the movies.
If you've ever wondered 'Where did they film that?', this
book lets you into the secrets of the locations of 1,600
The Worldwide Guide
doubles as a treasure trove of compulsive film trivia and
as a travel guide for the tourist looking for something
more than the standard sights.
A completely revised and updated edition of the hugely
successful 2001 guide, opening up a whole new world of travel,
adventure and exploration in 464 fact-packed pages.
never been anything quite like Tony Reeves' Worldwide
Guide... incredibly comprehensive..." TOTAL
With this guide, you'll be able to enjoy creme brulée with
Amelie Poulain in Montmartre (Amelie),
follow 'Popeye' Doyle's frenetic carchase through Brooklyn
French Connection) and sing along with Maria around
the Old Town of Salzburg (The
Sound of Music).
It will point you to unforgettable cinema icons such as the
Corleone compound (The
Godfather), Harry Lime's ferris wheel (The
Third Man) and the scary house of possessed Regan
The guide opens up a world of natural wonders, from the buffalo
herds (Dances With Wolves)
to spectacular waterfalls (The Mission)
and breathtaking deserts (Lawrence
movie buff's perfect travelling companion... weekend
breaks will never be the same..." THE
Forget the everyday. This Guide lets you travel to fictitious
places: dare you brave the waters off 'Amity Island' (Jaws)?
do you want to soak up some rays with Tom Ripley on ‘Mongibello’
Talented Mr Ripley)? Or explore the sinister streets
of 'Lumbertown' (Blue
And why limit yourself to this world? Enjoy breakfast with
Luke Skywalker on 'Tatooine' (Star
Wars), visit Calima, the birthplace of ape civilisation
of the Apes) or gaze out from Naboo's Lake Country
retreat with Anakin and Padme (Attack
of the Clones).
researched... this would make the perfect companion
when visiting any hotspot. that said, there are few
places on the planet that don't get a mention..."
Check out the tricks of the trade: see how 'New York' was
recreated in Trieste, Italy (Godfather
Part II), a 'California' mine in Sussex (A
View To A Kill) and a spooky 'New England' mansion
in the Midlands of England (The Haunting).
does exactly what it says on the tin..." LONDON