Stolen Summer

Thank You To Jacob Kaplan From The Forgotten Chicago Website For Finding The Fire House

Thank You To Lauren Kazlo For Telling Me About The Correct Hospital Location

  • (0:00)  The Elementary School / Holy Cross School; 720 Elder Lane, Deerfield

  • (0:03)  The Catholic Church Where The O'Malley's Go To Church / Holy Cross Catholic Church; 724 Elder Lane, Deerfield

  • (0:07)  Pete O'Malley Finding A Temple And Meeting Rabbi Jacobsen / KAM Isaiah Israel; 1100 E. Hyde Park Blvd, Chicago

  • (0:17)  The House That Was On Fire Belonging To Rabbi Jacobsen / 3911 W. Dakin Street, Chicago (Note: The House Has Since Been Torn Down)

  • (0:25)  The Fire House Where Lieutenant Joe O'Malley Works / 1618 W. 33rd Place, Chicago

  • (0:43)  Peter O'Malley And Danny Jacobsen Walking Under The El Tracks / They Are South Of Montrose Avenue And West Of N. Kenmore Avenue, Chicago (Note: They Are Real Close To Buena Circle Park With Graceland Cemetery Next To Them On The West)

  • (0:44)  Peter And Danny At The Beach / Shore Shore Beach And Nature Sanctuary, 7059 S. South Shore Drive, Chicago

  • (1:01)  The O'Malley Residence / 6731 N. Talman Avenue, Chicago

  • (1:19)  The Hospital / Saint Francis Hospital; 355 Ridge Avenue, Evanston (Note: The Stairs To The Entrance Has Changed Since The Movie Was Made)

  • (1:21)  Meeting At The House After The Funeral / 5450 W. Sunnyside Avenue, Chicago

3 comments:

  1. That's not Sacred Heart Hospital as listed, its St. Francis Hospital on Ridge Avenue in Evanston. One of the pictures actually shows the words 'St. Francis' on it, and I recognize it as I lived kiddy-corner from there for years and made many a visit...

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    1. Hi, thank you for the correction. I contacted a crew member and he said the hospital was Sacred Heart in the city of Chicago. He said they faked the name for it. When I went there it never looked right but figured I would find it some day. I am glad you told me the correct one. thanks again

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  2. This place is absolutely gorgeous, beautiful and stunning. Even though a few halls are equally appealing and fascinating in their decor, food and aesthetics, I'm tempted to still give this place for events in NYC a slight edge.

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