06/13/2017

5th & PARK — THE CARNEGIE HILL FILM & FICTION WALKING TOUR

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The weather in Carnegie Hill is perfect for a stroll through film & fiction history along Museum Mile from the Guggenheim to the Metropolitan Museum of Art!

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The 95 minute walking tour ($35 per person) meets at noon Sunday through Friday in front of the Guggenheim Museum (at the South East corner of 88th and Fifth Avenue), and ends in front of the Metropolitan Museum of Art (at 83rd and Fifth). Please arrive 10 minutes early.

See filming locations ("The Fisher King," "Marathon Man," "American Psycho"), homes of literary icons (J.D. Salinger, Truman Capote), Central Park, and the impressive architecture of one of the country's oldest, wealthiest, and most popular filming locations in the world.

We'll also visit The Cooper Hewitt Museum of Design and The Jewish Museum while checking out filming locations from movies such as "84 Charing Cross Road," "The Anderson Tapes," "Cactus Flower," "The House on 92nd Street," "Maid In Manhattan," "Night at the Museum," "Ransom," "When Harry Met Sally," and "The International." This is one fun walk! 

A minimum of two people are required for the tour to take place, so bring along a friend!

Tips are encouraged, accepted, and appreciated!

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 Flexible tour times are available for groups of eight or more.
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Also, inquire about my custom Upper East Side literary/celebrity tour that includes the homes of Woody Allen, Tallulah Bankhead, Luis BuñuelMontgomery Clift, Joan Didion, Elia Kazan,  Madonna, Marilyn Monroe, Martin Scorsese, and Gloria Steinem. 

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Park Avenue Dazzles in Springtime!

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Clive Owen in Tom Twyker's THE INTERNATIONAL

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George Sidney's BYE BYE BIRDIE

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Gene Saks's CACTUS FLOWER with Goldie Hawn and Walter Matthau.

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Matthew Barney's CREMASTER 3

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Woody's Allen's MANHATTAN

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Barry Sonnenfeld's MEN IN BLACK

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 Victor Levin's 5 TO 7

Paul Allen's Apartment

Mary Harron's AMERICAN PSYCHO

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Michael Almereyda's HAMLET

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Taylor Hackford's THE DEVIL'S ADVOCATE

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John Schlesinger's MARATHON MAN

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The COOPER HEWITT MUSEUM (a.k.a. The Carnegie Mansion)

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Andrew Davis's A PERFECT MURDER

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The Andrew Carnegie Mansion (Cooper Hewitt Museum of Design)

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Mike Nichols's WORKING GIRL

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Sidney Lumet's THE ANDERSON TAPES

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Jonathan Glazer's BIRTH

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Terry Gilliam's THE FISHER KING

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Robin Williams in Terry Gilliam's THE FISHER KING

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David Hugh Jones's 84 CHARING CROSS ROAD

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Taylor Hackford's THE DEVIL'S ADVOCATE

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Henry Hathaway's THE HOUSE ON 92ND STREET

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Andy Warhol's 'MARILYN DIPTYCH' (1962)

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Andy Warhol with his idol Truman Capote.

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Andy Warhol's 1889 Northern Renaissance row-house (second from the left). Still is from MARATHON MAN.

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Wayne Wang's MAID IN MANHATTAN

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Rob Reiner's WHEN HARRY MET SALLY

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The Temple of Dendur 10 BC at THE MET

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The end of another happy tour. 

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