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Wednesday November 21st 2018

Bride Of Chucky | 1998

The fourth in the Child's Play series, with tongue very firmly in cheek, was filmed around Toronto, Ontario.

Tiffany (Jennifer Tilly) kills the cop and first picks up the Chucky doll in the old West Gas Purifying House, 51 Parliament Street at Front Street East, near the old Distillery District. Long deserted, and hence frequently used as a film location, the landmark building has been restored as part of the area's regeneration and now – ironically – houses the Toronto Police Service-51 Division

Jesse (Nick Stabile) and Jade (Katherine Heigl) hide out in Room 121 of the since-demolished Hillcrest Motel, which stood at 2143 Lakeshore Boulevard West at Humber Bay, toward Etobicoke, on the shore of Lake Ontario. The sadly-missed 1950s style hotel, one of a strip of what became rather seedy establishments, was also a regular film and TV location.

The '24 hrs' wedding chapel is meant to be on the strip near the sideshows and waxworks of the gloriously tacky Clifton Hill in Niagara Falls, but was constructed on a vacant lot at 4300 Kingston Road, just south of Lawrence Avenue, in West Hill, Scarborough.

Sets were constructed in various warehouses at 373 Front Street East; 15 Fraser Avenue; 153 Eastern Avenue and at an old army camp in Oshawa.