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  • Lindsay Blake

    Lindsay Blake is an actress, writer, celebrity admirer and Los Angeles enthusiast who contributes to CityThink at LAmag.com each Thursday. Her true love is filming locations, and she founded the website IAMNOTASTALKER in 2007 to document her vast findings on the subject.

 

Scene It Before: The Colonial Revival-Style Home from Double Indemnity

This month marks the 70th anniversary of the 1944 classic Read more...

Scene It Before: The Bar From "New Girl"

The favorite haunt of Jessica Day and friends is actually two different L.A. watering holes Read more...

Scene It Before: The Dunphy House from "Modern Family"

Got $2 million lying around? If so, you can buy Phil and Claire’s residence on the hit ABC comedy Read more...

Scene It Before: The Gilmore Gasoline Filling Station from "L.A. Story"

Steve Martin got the full-service treatment at this neglected historic-cultural monument Read more...

Scene It Before: The Tam O'Shanter Pub from "Glee" and "Larry Crowne"

Some lively times were had onscreen at this Los Feliz watering hole Read more...

Scene It Before: The Street Corner from “That Thing You Do!”

Perhaps the most ebullient moment in cinema went down in the quaintest town in California Read more...

Scene It Before: Carrie Bradshaw’s Hollywood Smoking Stoop

“Sex and the City” fans can visit—and pose for a picture on—the backlot stoop where Carrie tried to smoke a cigarette during season three's trip to L.A. Read more...

Scene It Before: Seinfeld's Apartment Building

The Upper West Side abode where Jerry was master of his domain is right here in Koreatown Read more...

Scene It Before: The Flower Shop from "Valentine’s Day"

You won't find roses at the real-life vintage store that served as Siena Bouquet in the 2010 rom-com Read more...

Scene It Before: P.L. Travers' Childhood Home from "Saving Mr. Banks"

Highland Park's Heritage Square Museum guards the colorful Victorian that loomed large for the Mary Poppins author Read more...
 
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