U.S. Marshals

  • (0:02)  The Car Crash / W. Kinzie Street And W. Desplaines Street, Chicago

  • (0:03)  The Chicken Suit Bust / E. 79th Street And S. Euclid Avenue, Chicago

  • (0:55)  Mark J. Sheridan Goes To New York To See An Old Friend And Pick Up Some Money From A Safe / 60 E. 42nd Street, New York

  • (0:57)  The Apartment Building Sheridan Moves Into / 45 Tudor City Place, New York

  • (0:59)  Marie Bineaux Apartment / 2114 N. Lincoln Avenue, Chicago

  • (1:02)  Windy City Gym / 4406 W. Ogden Avenue, Chicago (Not Really A Gym)

  • (1:04)  Starbucks / 3359 N. Southport Avenue, Chicago

  • (1:09)  Gerard Visiting The United Nations Building To Get Some Answers / 1 United Nations Plaza, New York (Note: The Entrance They Use, On The Corner Of E. 44th Street And 1st Avenue, Has Been Remodeled)

  • (1:14)  All Of The Marshals Outside Of Their Hotel / Millennium Hilton; One United Nations Plaza, New York (Note: The Entrance Is On The 44th Street Side Of The Building)

  • (1:19)  Gerard Crossing The Street In Downtown New York / W. Jackson Blvd Crossing Financial Avenue, Chicago

  • (1:20)  Gerard And Crew Watching The Suitcase Change Hands / The Suspects Are Crossing S. Lasalle Street East To West On W. Jackson Blvd, Chicago (Note: When Gerard Takes The Car He Is Traveling E. On W. Jackson Blvd)

  • (1:23)  Entering The Cemetery; Bohemian National Cemetery; 5255 N. Pulaski Road, Chicago

  • (1:33)  Scaling The Cemetery Wall / Rosehill Cemetery; 5800 N. Ravenswood Avenue, Chicago

  • (1:41)  Sheridan Swinging Off The Roof Of A Building And Jumping On Top Of A Train To Escape Gerard / 1825 Park Avenue, New York

  • (1:43)  Putting Deputy Newman In The Ambulance / 1039 W. Lawrence Avenue, Chicago

  • (1:44)  Agent Newman Being Rushed To The Hospital After Being Fatally Shot / Elmhurst Hospital; 79-01 Broadway, Queens (Note: The Ambulance Bay Is On The Baxter Avenue Side Of The Hospital)

  • (1:50)  The Fight In The Grain Tower / The River Seen Is The Calumet River Which Is Between S. Torrance Avenue And S. Avenue O Just Off 116th Street, Chicago

  • (2:01)  The Courthouse / New York City Supreme Court; 60 Centre Street, New York

3 comments:

  1. WINDY CITY GYM , ON OGDEN AVE. IS REALLY THE OLD SUNBEAM BUILDING-PLANT#4

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  2. I was born at Elmhurst Hospital in Queens NY lol :) That's cool to see.

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  3. Windy City Gym was indeed a functional and one of the oldest and most famous gyms for decades in the corner of Ogden and Kostner avenues, in the West Side of Chicago, unfortunately it was closed in 2006 for not being able to afford rent and renovations, despite being a landmark in the city.

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