Code Of Silence

  • (0:02) View Of The El From A Cemetery / Graceland Cemetery; 4001 N. Clark Street, Chicago  (Note: The View Is Shown From The Far East Side Of The Cemetery)

  • (0:03) The Officers Posing As Garbage Men / Under The El Just West Of Roughly 4150 Kenmore Avenue, Chicago

  • (0:04) The El Station And Later Under The Station / Sheridan Station; 3940 N. Sheridan Road, Chicago (Note: The View Of The Train Leaving Is To The East And Then It Turns South)

  • (0:08) The House Where The Deal Goes Down / Roughly 4122 N. Kenmore Avenue, Chicago (Note: The House And The House Seen Next Door Where The Painters Go In Have Both Been Torn Down)

  • (0:27) Going Into Progressive Tailors / 330 S. Wells Street, Chicago (Note: This Area Has Changed A Lot Since The Movie Was Made)

  • (0:27) Staking Out Gimiani's House / 1520 N. Dearborn Parkway, Chicago

  • (0:28) Parking Outside Of Lincoln Park Zoo / Corner Of N. Stockton Drive And W. Webster Avenue, Chicago

  • (0:31) Following Diana Into Her Workplace / Chicago Cultural Center; 78 E. Washington Street, Chicago (Note: They Enter The Building Via The E. Randolph Street Side)

  • (0:32) The Gallery Building At Night / 340 W. Huron Street, Chicago (Note: The Building Was Torn Down And There Are Now Apartments There)

  • (0:39) At The Docks / Burnham Park; E. Solidarity Drive And S. Lynn White Drive, Chicago (Note: It Is Just East Of Soldier Field)

  • (0:41) The Dead Body In The Park / Lincoln Park Zoo; This Location Is Just East Of N. Stockton Drive And W. Belden Avenue, Chicago

  • (0:42) Luna Family Being Shot In Front Of Their Home / 7327 Holly Court, River Forest

  • (0:44) The Foot Chase From The Culteral Center Starts Out By Diana Running South On N. Garland Court, They Eventually Head For The Quincy El Station Which Is Located At 220 S. Wells Street From The W. Quincy Street And S. Lasalle Street Intersection.

  • (0:52) Once On The Train It Heads North Along Wells Street And Both Eddie And Angel Jump Off The Train Into The Chicago River From The Wells Street Bridge, Chicago

  • (1:01) The Bar With All The Police / Still Searching For This Location

  • (1:06) Pirelli's House / 1444 W. Henderson Street, Chicago

  • (1:10) Parlor Billiards / 1329 W. 18th Street, Chicago (Note: The Pool Hall Is No Longer There. This Is My Guess On What Building It Was Plus Not Really Close To Halsted Like The Movie Claims)

  • (1:15) Train Station / Union Station; 225 S. Canal Street, Chicago

  • (1:17) Entering Lower Wacker Drive / South Entrance To Lower Wacker Drive Via W. Harrison Street, Chicago

  • (1:19) The Car Blows Up On Lower Wacker Drive Between Michigan Avenue And Wabash Avenue, Chicago

  • (1:26) The Warehouse With The Shootout / The River Seen Is The Calumet River Which Is Between S. Torrance Avenue And S. Avenue O And Just Off 116th Street, Chicago


  1. Pirelli's House is 1444 West Henderson Street chicago ill i lived like 1 block form that scene and i was in the back yard when filming that scene....

    1. Thank you. I have added the info and hope to get a picture of it soon to confirm it.

  2. I was involved in the filming of this, and many movies of that era in Chicago. The Limousine that was blown up in Lower Wacker, was one I knew well! It was bought for the purpose of wrecking it, and prior was a real working limousine in Chicago. There were also many other scenes that were deleted from the movie, including a few days filming at Megs Field.

    1. Where was the bar with all the cops at

    2. 1318 W. Webster. Building is still there but bar closed in the 1990's. True story though about being robbed but I think they killed the guys in real life.

    3. The bar in the movie was on a corner you can see the street lights in the movie still. 1318 w webster is not on a corner

    4. Doesn't the bldg.'s address show on screen as 2842?

    5. The address Is 2642 w. Fullerton

  3. The Gallery Building was at North Pier. The still shot shown above was along the north side of the pier building.

    1. The building in the movie has a 3 on the window above the door. Plus the window pattern does not seem to match. Maybe the building has changed a lot since the movie was made. Thanks for telling me about his building though.

  4. I understand that these locations are filtered to ones that you might be able to visit, but I always enjoy watching one scene which was filmed in a location I used to work: The University of Chicago Medical Center in Hyde Park (the morgue scene).