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Stinson Beach, California

and filming location for several movies: * ''Play It Again, Sam (Play It Again, Sam (1972 film))'' * ''The Fog'' * ''Memoirs of an Invisible Man'' * ''Basic Instinct'' * ''On The Edge (On The Edge (1985))'' * ''Shoot The Moon (Shoot the Moon)'' * '' The Crazy-Quilt (1966 John Korty Film)'' The town was mentioned in an episode of ''M*A*S*H (M*A*S*H (TV series))'' - ''The Merchant of Korea''. In the episode, BJ borrows $200 from Charles to wire home to his wife as a down


Sausalito, California

film) Play It Again, Sam '', was shot using interiors of the Trident restaurant and exteriors of the Spinnaker restaurant in Sausalito. In the film, actors Woody Allen and Tony Roberts (Tony Roberts (actor)) are seen entering the Spinnaker restaurant with the ferryboat ''Berkeley (Berkeley (ferryboat))'', then tied up in Sausalito with the retail emporium Trade Fair in the background. The scene then cuts to the interior of the Trident. *In the 1978 comic farce mystery detective thriller


Sarajevo

and he has also composed music for choreographies of Ivett Bozsik. He composed the whole musical score for ''Wheels (Točkovi)'', a film by Serbian director Ljubiša Samardžić. It was also him who composed the hymn for the 1998 Sarajevo cultural festival, "Sarajevska Zima". He has participated in many fiction films and Miklós Jancsó made his short film ''Play, Félix!'' about Lajkó. He wrote music for ''Towards a New Atlantis'', a project of the Venice Biennale


Kenya

Squadron and No 7 Squadron took part in a secret mission in connection with nuclear trials conducted near Woomera (Woomera, South Australia), Australia. During this time a film production company produced a war time film play called ''Appointment in London''. The company used three Lancasters in making the film but the background shots are of the four Squadrons of Lincolns and the film uses much of the airfield and buildings in its production showing a good view of Upwood at that time


South Africa

moderately successful singles (single (music)), mainly popular ballads, before scoring a Number One (Chart-topper) hit (hit single) with his cover version of "Moon River" in 1961. To this day it remains his most famous record (gramophone record). It led to his appearance in a film about a pop group, directed (film director) by Michael Winner, called ''Play It Cool (Play It Cool (film))'' (1962) which


Australia

conducted near Woomera (Woomera, South Australia), Australia. During this time a film production company produced a war time film play called ''Appointment in London''. The company used three Lancasters in making the film but the background shots are of the four Squadrons of Lincolns and the film uses much of the airfield and buildings in its production showing a good view of Upwood at that time There had always been a small number of castaways in the Oceania South Pacific


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