Where was The Untouchables filmed

Poster The Untouchables 1987

1987, #Drama #Thriller #Crime
Filming country: #USA

The Untouchables was filmed in Chicago in the United States of America.

Locations

Chicago Cultural Center - Grand Army of the Republic Hall

78 E Washington St, Chicago, Illinois 60602, United States

Scene where Ness takes the matches from Nitti to light his cigarette. He recognizes the address of Jim Malone.

Scene was shot None

On the map Timing: None

GPS: ['41.8841285705566', '-87.6249771118164']

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Hardy Bridge

Old US 91, Cascade, Montana 59421, United States

Scene where The team interrupts the illegal liquor transport from Canada into the US.

Scene was shot None

On the map Timing: None

GPS: ['47.1670608520508', '-111.832969665527']

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The DuSable Bridge

Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois 60601, USA

Scene where Eliot Ness is looking back on a bad day when he meets policeman Jim Malone.

Scene was shot The DuSable Bridge is also known the Michigan Avenue Bridge. In October 2010, the bridge was renamed in honor of Jean Baptiste Point du Sable, Chicago's first permanent resident.

On the map Timing: None

GPS: ['41.888801574707', '-87.6242141723633']

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LaSalle Street

208 S LaSalle St 16th floor, Chicago, Illinois 60604, United States

Scene where The team is about to enter a place run by Capone where alcohol is shipped illegally. There is no way back from here…

Scene was shot None

On the map Timing: None

GPS: ['41.8793144226074', '-87.6324081420898']

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The Blackstone - Ballroom

636 South Michigan Avenue, E Balbo Dr, Chicago, Illinois 60605, United States

Scene where Al Capone explains in a brutal way why you have to work as a team...

Scene was shot The Blackstone Hotel is a historic 290-foot (88 m) 21-story hotel on the corner of Michigan Avenue and Balbo Drive in Chicago. The hotel was named for Timothy Blackstone, a notable Chicago business executive and politician. It was built on the site of Blackstone's mansion by the sons of Blackstone's former business partner, the hotel magnate John Drake. It opened on April 16, 1910.

On the map Timing: None

GPS: ['41.8733901977539', '-87.624755859375']

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Chicago Cultural Center

78 E Washington St, Chicago, Illinois 60602, United States

Scene where Al Capone tells the press he is innocent.

Scene was shot The Chicago Cultural Center opened in 1897. It was converted to an arts and culture center in 1977. The building was designed for the city's central library, a meeting hall and memorial for the Grand Army of the Republic in 1892 by by Boston architectural firm Shepley, Rutan and Coolidge. It is one of Chicago’s most popular attractions and is considered one of the most comprehensive arts showcases in the United States.

On the map Timing: None

GPS: ['41.8836212158203', '-87.6249694824219']

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