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Scranton, Pennsylvania

-tv.org date accessdate 2012-09-08 * Scranton punk (Punk rock) band, The Menzingers, refers to "The Electric City" in their song "Ave Maria." * Scranton is the final city that Kate McCallister (Catherine O'Hara) flies to before joining Gus Polinski's (John Candy) polka band for a van ride to Chicago in Home Alone. * In an early episode of Rod Serling's anthology television series, ''The Twilight Zone'', "What You Need", an out


Gestapo

himself from being included in the official mission of the Stalag 13 POWs. In an early episode, Klink has him transferred from another camp because he is senior to Hogan, putting him in charge of the POWs. Crittendon was also known for developing and attempting to execute various forms of prison camp escapes that ''never'' worked, and for coming up with the secret "Crittendon Plan", which turned out to consist of planting geraniums along the sides of runways to cheer up returning British

turn a blind-eye to the dodgy activities of the other. One more complication is that René has to spend almost the entire series posing as his own twin brother after he was ordered to be executed by General von Klinkerhoffen in an early episode. Von Strohm had the execution detail's bullets swapped for blanks, but in order to keep up the pretence René had to spend the rest of his life pretending to be his brother, who also happened to be called René. The original royal castle of Otakar II


Manhattan

City skyline as seen from one of the rivers around Manhattan, labeled "Metropolis". Another early episode mentions that Jimmy is a fan of the Chicago White Sox. However, nearly every exterior shot depicting Metropolis either contains landmarks readily identifiable as being in Los Angeles (such as the Los Angeles City Hall or the Griffith Observatory), or is known to have been filmed in Hollywood back lots. As the show's own credits state, the series was filmed in Hollywood. thumb right Stern graduated from the College of Public Communications at Boston University in 1976. (File:BU College of Communication.jpg) Stern was born on January 12, 1954 into a Jewish family who lived in Jackson Heights, Queens in New York City. Colford, p. 2. Commons:Category:Manhattan, New York City WikiPedia:Manhattan Dmoz:Regional North America United States New York Localities N New York City Manhattan


Russia

transferred to Stalag 13 from Stalag 18, Hogan posed a hypothetical question to Crittenden asking what he would do if he were aware the POWs were engaged in spying and sabotage. Crittendon replies that he would report them to the German authorities, thus preventing himself from being included in the official mission of the Stalag 13 POWs. In an early episode, Klink has him transferred from another camp because he is senior to Hogan, putting him in charge of the POWs. Crittendon was also known


United States

as ''The Voice: The Very Best of Rod Stewart'' and ''Encore: The Very Best of Rod Stewart Vol. 2'', though there are some differences in the content. Warner Bros. Records released ''The Story So Far'' on November 12, 2001 (see 2001 in British music) and the next day ''The Voice'' was released. On August 26, 2003 (see 2003 in music) ''Encore'' was released. In an early episode (Walkabout (Lost)) of the American (United States) TV series ''Lost (Lost (TV series))'', John Locke (Lost


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