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Locations in movie titles - alphabetically

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How about a thread with locations in the movie title and listing them alphabetically.

(states, cities, landmarks, directions,countries, etc.)

 

I will start with: A - "OUT OF AFRICA'

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You should have started it off alphabetically with "Africa Adventure" made by RKO in 1954.

 

When I was doing a Google search on the subject, the first thing I came across was The African Movie Channel (my goodness, another AMC !) I wonder do they show classics without commercials ??? I have heard of Hollywood but Bollywood and Nollywood ?

 

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Thanks for the info. (AMC - I get it :) Anyway, I think as long as the "location" starts with an "a".

 

Why don't you come up with a "b" title

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Badlands of Dakota 1941

 

for C: Calcutta 1947

for D: Dakota 1945

for E: El Alamein 1953

 

I won't spoil it for the rest. I did not include East of """ in the E because its fugurative speaking i.e. East of Borneo 1931.

 

there could be much earlier ones in the A - E list but the ones listed is the earliest I can find.

 

Good unique idea for a thread.

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Thanks Ham...! I had the idea of only one film per post. So...you did "B" and the next

poster does "C", etc.

 

Okay, I have had some viewers but no posters except Ham.... Come on everybody,

I think this will be fun.

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Krakatoa, Volcano of Destruction (now if they only can make a Tambora movie to top Dantes Peak).

 

Trivia: Krakatoa is actually West of Java, A well known error of the 1969 Krakatoa, East of Java LOL!

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I wasn't sure Krakatoa wasn't just a volcano...turns out it is the name of a volcanic island. Pretty funny abt the moviemakers not knowing their easts from their wests.

 

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