Flags Of Our Fathers

The War Scene Locations Were All Filmed Outside Of The Country And Were Not Added

Thank You To Norm J. For Telling Me About The First House Location

Thank You To Sandra Collamore For Telling Me About The Bus Station

  • (0:05)  Random House Receiving A Newspaper / 12948 Highland Avenue, Blue Island

  • (0:07)  The Bond Rally At A Football Field / Rose Bowl; 1001 Rose Bowl Drive, Pasadena (Note: They Digitally Altered The Stadium To Make It Look Like Soldier Field During That Time Period)

  • (0:34)  The Hospital / St. Luke's Hospital; 2632 E. Washington Blvd, Pasadena

  • (0:39)  The Train Station / Glenco Metra Station; 724 Green Bay Road, Glencoe

  • (0:39)  The Gagnon Residence / 1842 Oxley Street, South Pasadena

  • (0:41)  The Men Being Introduced At A Senator's Baseball Game In Washington D.C. / Wrigley Field; 1060 W. Addison Street, Chicago

  • (0:53)  The Soldiers Being Honored In New York City / Universal Studios Backlot; Universal City (Note: There Was A Lot Of CGI Used In This Scene)

  • (0:57)  The Big Train Station / Union Station; 225 S. Canal Street, Chicago

  • (0:59)  The Drake Hotel / 140 E. Walton Place, Chicago (Note: The View Is On The E. Lake Shore Drive Side Of The Building)

  • (1:04)  The Hotel Where The Soldiers Are Staying / 2505 W. 6th Street, Los Angeles

  • (1:16)  Inside The Football Stadium Explaining How The Reenactment Will Be Done / Rose Bowl; 1001 Rose Bowl Drive, Pasadena (Note: They Digitally Removed The Press Box And Added A Little Bit To Make It Look Like Soldier Field In Chicago)

  • (1:18)  Ira Upset He Is Not Being Served Because Of Being Native American / Universal Studios Backlot; Universal City

  • (1:21)  Outside Of Soldier Field / 1410 Museum Campus Drive, Chicago (Note: When They Exit And The Show The Dedication Sign That Is On The South Side Of The Stadium Along Walden Drive)

  • (1:39)  City Hall In Baltimore / Los Angeles City Hall; 200 S. Spring Street, Los Angeles (Note: They Used The Temple Street Side Of The Building For The Entrance)

  • (1:40)  Another Speech About Needing War Bonds / Los Angeles City Hall; 200 N. Spring Street, Los Angeles

  • (1:46)  The Greyhound Bus Station / 400 Richmond Street, Kenilworth (Note: This Is Actually A Train Station)

  • (1:46)  Ira Giving A Speech To Native Americans / Wilshire Ebell Club; 743 S. Lucerne Blvd, Los Angeles (Note: This Place Is Private)

  • (1:50)  The Police Station In Arizona / Universal Studios Backlot; Universal City

  • (1:52)  The Block Residence And Farm / Still Searching For This Location

  • (1:53)  The Marine Corps War Memorial / Arlington, Virginia

  • (1:55)  The Bradley Residence / 1611 S. Milan Avenue, South Pasadena

  • (1:55)  Iggy's Mother's House / 823 Colfax Street, Evanston

  • (1:56)  The Funeral Home / Krueger Funeral Home; 13050 S. Greenwood Avenue, Blue Island

2 comments:

  1. The top two pictures (Random House Receiving Newspapers) are west side homes 13000 block of Highland Avenue, Blue Island Illinois

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  2. Interesting because I was actually the paperboy for these exact homes in the late 70's

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