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Places in Movies

Name the movies or series that featured these places.
If multiple answers fit, guess the most famous
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First submittedOctober 15, 2013
Last updatedMarch 29, 2017
Times taken10,811
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Place
Movie
Rick's Cafe
Casablanca
Mos Eisley Cantina
Star Wars
Pride Rock
The Lion King
The Yellow Brick Road
The Wizard of Oz
Isengard
The Lord of the Rings
The Fire Swamp
The Princess Bride
Diagon Alley
Harry Potter
Skull Island
King Kong
FAO Schwarz Toy Store
Big
Hill Valley Courthouse
Back to the Future
Chotchkie's
Office Space
Afterlife Waiting Room
Beetlejuice
Place
Movie
Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania
Groundhog Day
Bushwood Country Club
Caddyshack
Walley World
National Lampoon's Vacation
Art Institute of Chicago
Ferris Bueller's Day Off
Wayne Manor
Batman
Jack Rabbit Slim's
Pulp Fiction
Tara Plantation
Gone with the Wind
Amity Island
Jaws
The Korova Milk Bar
A Clockwork Orange
Delta Tau Chi
Fraternity House
Animal House
Bates Motel
Psycho
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level 77
Nov 29, 2013
oh man... how did I miss A Clockwork Orange... what other movie has a milk bar in it... I guess I wasn't reading the clues carefully enough.
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level 72
Nov 30, 2013
more than 1 movie could fit for the afterlife waiting room
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level 71
Nov 30, 2013
Such as?
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level 34
Dec 7, 2013
I feel like the toy store was in more than one movie too...
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level 79
Jul 9, 2017
I remember seeing it in Home Alone 2. And that awful live-action Smurfs movie.
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level 79
Nov 10, 2018
The toy store in Home Alone 2 was a different toy store.
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level 71
Jun 7, 2016
"Defending Your Life" with Albert Brooks and Meryl Streep.
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level 83
Apr 6, 2018
That was my first guess, too. Loved that movie.
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level 43
Nov 30, 2013
How did only 78% of people get Wayne Manor? How did only 69% get Isengard and Diagon Alley? If you select this quiz it means you probably know SOMETHING about movies, and to know something about movies and have 10% of people stumped concerning the Yellow Brick Road is kind of silly.
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level 76
Jul 9, 2015
For Isengard, they wouldn't accept the movie name - just the franchise name. Tried 2 of the movies before I figured they were looking for the series name.
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level 73
Dec 13, 2016
well not everyone is into fantasy movies, or Hollywood movies, or remembers the place names etc. I just write LOTR, HP, SW in every one of this fictional characters/places quiz...
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level 70
Apr 12, 2017
Never seen or read anything Lord of the Rings related. Those are always the ones I miss.
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level 62
Jul 9, 2017
Well, read the books, watch the movies, and come and visit New Zealand!
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level 72
Aug 10, 2018
You completely lost me until Yellow Brick Road, only because it was around when I - and everybody at this point - was a kid. I don't watch kids' comic book stuff. I'm a little past going to the young adult (11-years-old) fiction section to find something to hold my real adult attention.
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level 60
Dec 2, 2013
Chotchkie'a at only 14%?!?!?!?!?! Blasphemous!
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level 61
Jul 9, 2017
Never even heard of the movie "Office Space"
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level 72
Jul 10, 2017
Go watch Office Space immediately.
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level 63
Jun 10, 2019
Sounds like somebody has a case of the Mondays
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level 73
May 1, 2014
Thanks for the Office Space clue. But such a low number? Watch it people. You'll love it. Watch it with a swingline stapler you love.
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level 70
Apr 12, 2017
I watched it and still didn't remember it. It is a great movie.
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level 72
Aug 10, 2018
Every time I rent it I wind up having to work late on TPS reports. Maybe someday.
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level 75
Dec 3, 2018
Fun fact: Swingline never manufactured a red stapler. That is, until after Office Space came out and people kept trying to order one.
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level 35
Dec 29, 2015
how come only 30% got back to the future?
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level 76
Apr 1, 2017
Because the place name isn't obvious to those people who haven't seen it?
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level 76
Oct 8, 2018
I've seen BTTF now and I still missed that one. I can't have been concentrating hard enough.
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level 68
Jul 9, 2017
and because the movie came out 30 years ago... and that's the last time I saw it...
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level 61
Jul 9, 2017
I, too saw the movie a long time ago -- and enjoyed it ("One point twenty-one gigawatts?!!" is still a phrase I cornily utter), but even now, after seeing the answer, I can't place a courthouse in the movie at all. So, I am actually surprised that 30-40% actually DID get it correct!
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level 61
Jul 9, 2017
Just looked it up. The fact that the clock is on a courthouse was completely unmemorable to me. In fact, the fact that it happens to be a courthouse seems irrelevant to the movie. I guessed movies that actually featured courtroom scenes -- such as "12 Angry Men", "A Few Good Men", and "To Kill a Mockingbird" -- to no avail, of course.
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level 72
Aug 10, 2018
Because not all of us can time travel back to the '80s when that movie came out.
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level 70
Mar 10, 2017
When in doubt, guess "Lord of the Rings" and/or "Harry Potter". DING DING DING!!!
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level 79
Mar 29, 2017
surprised not to find a Big Lebowski clue on here
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level 57
Jul 9, 2017
Where would it be though? It would have to be the name of the bowling alley, which I can't remember.
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level 67
Jul 10, 2017
In-n-Out burger.
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level 82
Mar 30, 2017
Should have gotten Princess Bride. If only because it usually seems to be among the answers on this site.
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level 77
Apr 2, 2017
How about "Bog of Eternal Stench"?
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level 55
Jul 9, 2017
Labyrinth! :)
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level 64
Jul 12, 2017
Lots I should have known. Ferris Bueller's Day Off, Office Space, Jaws, I knew but couldnt place.
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level 18
Aug 25, 2018
I guess the picture of humphrey bogart is a big clue! still didn't get ricks bar !
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level 38
Apr 6, 2019
Got the eight movies I saw.