Architect Breaks Down Actual Filming Locations of Famous Buildings in Movies | Architectural Digest

Saturday, January 27, 2018

Noted architect Liz Jahn figures out the actual filming locations of 12 famous buildings in movies. Jahn looks at the hotel from Some Like It Hot, the Dirty Dancing resort, the Beetlejuice house, The Proposal house, The Overlook Hotel from The Shining, the Scarface mansion, the Get Out house, The Amityville Horror house, the house in Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, The Island cityscape, the Tara Plantation from Gone With The Wind, and the Mean Girls mansion.

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9 Comments

  1. Ryan Stone says:

    Wow, just started watching and already she has no clue what she is talking about. "This style of hotel would not have existed in Florida in the 1920's." Wrong, lady. There was a hotel in Florida that looks extremely similar to one in Some Like It Hot – it was called the Belleview Biltmore hotel, was located in Belleaire Florida and was the largest wooden hotel in North America.

  2. The Ligne Group says:

    Ligné goes behind the scenes at the biggest Interior Design week in Paris.

    Full video here
    https://youtu.be/ElC95WrUmz4

  3. BanzaiHD says:

    The hotel from the The Shinning is actually inspired by a famous hotel in St-Andrews, New Brunswick.

  4. Abdul Karim says:

    great information God bless Mam

  5. Lety Soria says:

    Great video!

  6. AllRattedUp says:

    Maybe cause I grew up in the area but I always thought the hotel in Some Like it Hot was based on the Belleview-Biltmore in Clearwater. It was the largest wood structure in the world when it was built and operated continuously for over 100 years. We have quite a bit of Queen Anne style architecture in historic areas of Florida.

  7. HeyElizabeth! With love says:

    So interesting

  8. Lemon Turtle says:

    2nd

  9. Abhilash Mathew says:

    1st

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