In the Footsteps of Harry and Sally – The New York Times

Katz's Deli
Katz’s Deli, site of a memorable conversation; it still draws crowds. Credit From left: Columbia Pictures/Photofest; Tony Cenicola/The New York Times. (photos from article In the Footsteps of Harry and Sally – The New York Times)

I have mentioned before how much I enjoy watching films/TV shot on location.  I especially love when the location is New York City (I grew up in Brooklyn). Here is an article from the New York Times, “In the Footsteps of Harry and Sally” that steps through some of the locations used in the film “When Harry Met Sally …” (1989), and compares the locations then and now.  I have been to Katz’s Deli and was seated next to the table where the famous scene was done.

Do you like films shot on location?  Have you ever visited the location of a film?  Please provide feedback or questions in the Comments.  I would really enjoy hearing from you.


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