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


  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...

    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

  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.