The Pelican Brief was filmed in New Orleans in the United States of America.
Scene where Gray meets his editor Smith Keen to give him an update on the dossier.
Scene was shot Mount Vernon was the plantation of George Washington, the first President of the United States, and his wife, Martha Dandridge Custis Washington. The estate is situated on the banks of the Potomac River near Alexandria, Virginia. The Washington family had owned land in the area since the time of Washington's great-grandfather in 1674. Around 1734 they embarked on an expansion of the estate that continued under George Washington, who began leasing the estate in 1754, but did not become its sole owner until 1761.
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Ben's Chili Bowl
Scene where Gray Grantham has a meeting with his source from the White House.
Scene was shot Ben's Chili Bowl is a landmark restaurant in Washington DC. It is known locally for its chili dogs, half-smokes, and milkshakes, and has been an integral part of the neighborhood's history since its founding in 1958. It was frequented by both police and protesters during the 1968 Washington, D.C. riots, and is regularly visited by celebrities
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Premium Parking - P152
Scene where ** spoiler alert ** ’Miss Shaw, you take my breath away!’ It will be the last thing Thomas Callahan can say to Darby Shaw.
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