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Real Life Cinematic Locations: Georgetown

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During my recent return trip to Washington D.C., I thought it would be fun to visit some famous movie shooting locations.  In my opinion, the most famous movie that was shot in Washington D.C. is William Friedkin’s 1973 horror classic The Exorcist, which was shot mostly in Georgetown (I take it you were expecting a film in which the White House is featured or under attack).  Among the locations included in the slideshow below are the infamous steps, the house where Regan and her mother lived, and Georgetown University (where a student protest movie was being filmed and the Dahlgren Chapel was desecrated).  Please click below, take a look, and enjoy!

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2 responses to “Real Life Cinematic Locations: Georgetown

  1. Visiting The Exorcist steps is the one I’d really like to do.

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