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of Bowen Island, the shooting location. Howitt (commentary), 13:04 Catherine Hardwicke designed the interior sets for Winston's house, which featured several different units, or "pods", e.g., personal, work, and recreation units. No scenes take place in any of the personal areas, however; only public areas made it to the screen.
Columbia Merritt where it meets Highway 97C, west to Spences Bridge (Spences Bridge, British Columbia), on Highway 1. Filming The show was produced at BB Studios in Burnaby, British Columbia. Initially, production was going to be in Australia, but Vancouver had more of a "Middle America landscape". The city provided a site for the Kent farm, as well as doubling for Metropolis. It also provided a cheaper shooting location, and was in the same time zone as Los Angeles. Smallville's "Main street" is a combination of two locations. Portions were shot in the town of Merritt (Merritt, British Columbia), and the rest was shot in Cloverdale (Cloverdale, British Columbia). Cloverdale is particularly proud of being a filming site for the show. At its entrance is a sign which reads "Home of Smallville." left thumb alt A white billboard with blue ribbon painted around the edges. In the ribbon, the words "Cloverdale Town Centre" appear in yellow surrounding two bannders. The top banner reads, "Destination Cloverdale", while the bottom reads "Home of ''Smallville''". The Cloverdale welcome sign (Image:Smallville-sign1.jpg) Fry ignited a political backlash when, on March 21, 2001, in reply to a question in the House of Commons, she claimed that crosses were being burned on lawns in Prince George (Prince George, British Columbia), British Columbia "as we speak". No evidence of this had ever been given and, when asked to justify her claim, she stated that the mayor of Prince George had informed her of this. When asked, the mayor denied having said such a thing. It was later suggested Fry had confused Prince George with Merritt (Merritt, British Columbia), British Columbia, where a Ku Klux Klan grand wizard was arrested following reported racist activity. http: archives.xtra.ca Story.aspx?s 2283542 Fry was dropped from Cabinet when it was shuffled (Cabinet shuffle) in 2002. Production The film was shot mainly on location in the British Columbia interior. While the opening scenes were filmed in Reno, Nevada, the rest of the film was shot in Keremeos, Princeton (Princeton, British Columbia), Hedley (Hedley, British Columbia), Merritt (Merritt, British Columbia) and Lytton (Lytton, British Columbia), all in British Columbia. The '''Thompson-Nicola Regional District''' is a regional district in the Canadian province (Provinces and territories of Canada) of British Columbia. The Canada 2006 Census population was 122,286 and the area covers 45,279 square kilometres. The administrative offices are in the main population centre is the city of Kamloops (Kamloops, British Columbia), which accounts for 75 percent of the regional district's population. The only other city is Merritt (Merritt, British Columbia); however, there are locally important communities such as the District Municipality (district municipality) of Logan Lake (Logan Lake, British Columbia), and the Villages of Chase (Chase, British Columbia), Ashcroft (Ashcroft, British Columbia), Cache Creek (Cache Creek, British Columbia), Clinton (Clinton, British Columbia) and Lytton (Lytton, British Columbia). The region is named indirectly for the Thompson River by way of the traditional regional names of "the Thompson Country" and "the Nicola Country"; the Nicola Country was named for Chief Nicola (Nicola (chief)) and was originally "Nicola's Country", where he held sway; he is also the namesake of that river. The area is governed by the Thompson-Nicola Regional District which operates over 115 services including the region's libraries, solid waste management and recycling, emergency and development services, plus a film commission. In 2008, The Judds once again reunited for a concert at the 2008 Stagecoach Festival in Indio, California, The Judds reunite for 2008 Stagecoach Festival as well as two shows in Canada, including one at the world famous Calgary Stampede and another at the Merritt Mountain Music Festival in Merritt, British Columbia. In 2009, The Judds performed at the CMA Music Festival in Nashville. demo-cd demo-csd Penticton, Summerland (Summerland, British Columbia), Merritt (Merritt, British Columbia), Peachland (Peachland, British Columbia), Logan Lake (Logan Lake, British Columbia), Central Okanagan J (Central Okanagan J, British Columbia), Okanagan-Similkameen D (Okanagan-Similkameen D, British Columbia), Okanagan-Similkameen E (Okanagan-Similkameen E, British Columbia), Okanagan-Similkameen F (Okanagan-Similkameen F, British Columbia), Tsinstikeptum 9 (Tsinstikeptum 9, British Columbia) Geography This electoral district includes the towns of Penticton, Merritt (Merritt, British Columbia), Summerland (Summerland, British Columbia), Logan Lake (Logan Lake, British Columbia), West Kelowna (West Kelowna, British Columbia) and Peachland (Peachland, British Columbia). The riding's largest and therefore electorally-dominant population centre is Merritt (Merritt, British Columbia). The riding is heavily mountainous and all its towns are all fairly isolated from each other by terrain and the necessarily difficult roads of the canyons interconnecting them. Many of the electorate are scattered through smaller communities throughout the region, particularly on Indian Reserves and in recreational property areas of the Bridge River Country, the Nicola (Nicola River)-Similkameen (Similkameen River) and the Fraser Canyon. History Hope (Hope, British Columbia), Yale (Yale, British Columbia), Boston Bar, Lillooet, Lytton and Princeton are some of the oldest towns in the province, dating to the founding of the Crown Colony (Crown Colony of British Columbia) during the Fraser Canyon Gold Rush. Merritt (Merritt, British Columbia) is of slightly later date and was an isolated ranching town until the opening of the Coquihalla Highway in the mid-1980s, which caused its population to boom. Okanagan Mainline Merritt (Merritt, British Columbia), Princeton (Princeton, British Columbia) - Miyazaki's practice also included the Japanese-Canadian internment camp at Taylor Lake, southeast of Merritt (Merritt, British Columbia), a long distance away via the tortuous roads of the Fraser Canyon and the Thompson Canyon (Thompson River). His autobiography, ''My Sixty Years In Canada'', contains many accounts of harrowing trips on mountain roads and rail lines in difficult weather and adverse conditions. - Merritt Airport (Saunders Field) CAD5 YMB Merritt (Merritt, British Columbia), British Columbia - - CAD5 YMB Merritt Airport (Saunders Field) Merritt (Merritt, British Columbia), British Columbia - The Cents racked up an astonishing 489 goals that season, led by six different players with 90 points or more. Stroud (Ken Stroud), Ferner (Kelly Ferner), Beers (Ed Beers), and Sirkia (Gary Sirkia) would all wind up in the BCJHL (British Columbia Hockey League)'s top 15 in scoring, each with more than 111 points while Pat Rabbitt and Blake Stephen chipped in with 93 points each. Merritt (Merritt, British Columbia) also had four 50-plus goal scorers in Stroud (Ken Stroud), Ferner (Kelly Ferner), Beers (Ed Beers), and Rabbitt (Pat Rabbitt). Stroud (Ken Stroud)'s 86 assists that season still stands as a team record. 1985-86 signified a big change for fans in Merritt as team owners tried to appeal more to the First Nations population in the Nicola Valley and also identify more with the Merritt Minor Hockey Association (Voluntary association). As a result, the team colours became white, black, and yellow and the team name was changed from the Centennials to the Warriors. The team improved on their record from the previous season, going 27-23-2. The playoff result wasn't much different for the Warriors as the Merritt (Merritt, British Columbia) squad locked horns with Penticton once again in the Interior Division semifinal, only to be swept by the Knights (Penticton Vees) in four games. 2006-07 BCHL Annual Guide & Record Book (p.60) thumb 350px right The Centennials "Maple Leaf" logo used from 1996 to 2007 (Image:Cents Maple Leaf Logo.png) Merritt (Merritt, British Columbia) saw its point total drop during the 1996-97 season as the Centennials finished with a 22-34-4 record, good enough for fifth in the Interior Division. The Cents had no players finish in the top ten in BCHL (British Columbia Hockey League) scoring, but still qualified for the playoffs and met Prince George (Prince George Spruce Kings), which finished ten points ahead of them in the regular season. Merritt eliminated the Spruce Kings (Prince George Spruce Kings) in their first round best of three mini series 2-1 and advanced to the league quarterfinals. The Centennials met Vernon (Vernon Vipers) in round two and were promptly swept by the Vipers (Vernon Vipers) in four games. In June 1997, Mike Brown (Mike Brown (ice hockey b. 1979)) became the first former Centennial to be drafted in the first round of the NHL entry draft when Florida (Florida Panthers) chose him 20th overall from the WHL (Western Hockey League)'s Red Deer Rebels. At the league's post-season awards, Cents goaltender Jason Tapp was chosen as the Interior Division's most valuable player. The Centennials improved marginally for the 1997-98 season, finishing with a record of 24-32-4, a four point improvement over the previous season. The Cents got a boost offensively when forward Shane Glover was acquired during the season from the Nanaimo Clippers. Glover (Shane Glover) would finish fifth in BCHL (British Columbia Hockey League) scoring with 94 points in 57 games. For the second season in a row, Merritt (Merritt, British Columbia) faced off against Prince George (Prince George Spruce Kings) in a first round best of three mini series, but this season the result was different as the Spruce Kings (Prince George Spruce Kings) knocked off the Centennials 2-1. 2006-07 BCHL Annual Guide & Record Book (p.65) After the season, Glover (Shane Glover) was recognized as the Interior Division's most valuable player and most sportsmanlike player. It was first time in franchise history that a Centennials player had claimed the Interior MVP award in two straight seasons. In the 1998-99 season, the Cents ended up with exactly the same amount of points as the season prior, and in the same position as the season prior, fourth in the BCHL (British Columbia Hockey League)'s Interior Division. The 1999 playoffs brought another post-season first round meeting with the Vernon Vipers for Merritt (Merritt, British Columbia) and a similar result as in past years. The Vipers (Vernon Vipers) took the Centennials out in five games en route to a Royal Bank Cup Championship. 2006-07 BCHL Annual Guide & Record Book (p.65-66) Merritt rounded out the 1990s with its best season in eleven years. The Centennials placed fourth in the Interior Division for the third straight year, and their 33-22-5 record for 71 points left them just four points behind second place Vernon (Vernon Vipers). The Cents success was due in large part to the goaltending of Jamie Holden, who finished fifth in the league with a 3.45 goals against average. In the playoffs, Merritt (Merritt, British Columbia) upset first place Penticton (Penticton Vees) in six games in the first round and met up with the Vipers (Vernon Vipers) in the Interior Conference finals. Despite a very good effort, the Centennials ultimately fell to Vernon (Vernon Vipers) in game seven. 2006-07 BCHL Annual Guide & Record Book (p.66) The Cents were also represented at the BCHL (British Columbia Hockey League)'s post-season awards, with forward Neil Stevenson-Moore sharing the Interior Conference's most sportsmanlike award with Prince George (Prince George Spruce Kings)'s Mike Lalonde. 1931-32 ---The Trail Smoke Eaters (Trail Smoke Eaters (senior)) won their first of 22 Mowat Cups over a run of 29 seasons. They defeated Merritt (Merritt, British Columbia) in Trail.
was denied permission to shoot beyond a second day. As a result, most filming for ''American Graffiti'' was done in Petaluma (Petaluma, California). Filming Although ''American Graffiti'' is set in 1962 Modesto, California, Lucas believed the city had changed too much in 10 years and initially chose San Rafael (San Rafael, California) as the primary shooting location. Filming began on June 26, 1972, however, Lucas soon became frustrated at the time
. Microtel is currently a part of Verizon (Verizon Communications). Filming The show was produced at BB Studios in Burnaby, British Columbia. Initially, production was going to be in Australia, but Vancouver had more of a "Middle America landscape". The city provided a site for the Kent farm, as well as doubling for Metropolis. It also provided a cheaper shooting location, and was in the same time zone as Los Angeles. Smallville's "Main street" is a combination of two locations. Portions were shot in the town of Merritt (Merritt, British Columbia), and the rest was shot in Cloverdale (Cloverdale, British Columbia). Cloverdale is particularly proud of being a filming site for the show. At its entrance is a sign which reads "Home of Smallville." left thumb alt A white billboard with blue ribbon painted around the edges. In the ribbon, the words "Cloverdale Town Centre" appear in yellow surrounding two bannders. The top banner reads, "Destination Cloverdale", while the bottom reads "Home of ''Smallville''". The Cloverdale welcome sign (Image:Smallville-sign1.jpg) - 1973 IIII (1973 Canada Summer Games)
Abbey are located in Trabuco Canyon (Trabuco Canyon, California). Sports Huntington Beach (Huntington Beach, California) annually plays host to the U.S. Open of Surfing, AVP Pro Beach Volleyball (Association of Volleyball Professionals) and ''Vans World Championship of Skateboarding''. Huntington Beach, CA website It was also the shooting location for Pro Beach Hockey.
the original four buildings of the campus in grey stone in the Collegiate Gothic style, with finials, turrets, and other decorative features. Additional buildings, including the Lehman Library and Center for the Performing Arts, were added in the style of modern architecture. The newest building, the APEX, has facilities for athletics and dance. The scenic campus, which spans into Kingsbridge, has been used as a shooting location for episodes of the television series Law & Order
. The ballpark was also used as the backdrop for several Hollywood films about baseball, as well as TV series such as ''Home Run Derby (Home Run Derby (TV series))''. thumb 220px The Pacific Coast League PCL (File:Los Angeles Wrigley Field 1952.jpg) Angels (Los Angeles Angels (PCL)) play at Wrigley Field, 1952. With its location near Hollywood, Wrigley Field was a popular place to film baseball movies (Film). The first film known to have used Wrigley as a shooting location was 1927's
, and expectations about time and its measurement? '''''The King of Chicago''''' is a 1986 action adventure (action-adventure game) strategy (strategy game) computer game by Doug Sharp. Based on numerous Hollywood mobster movies (film), this game is set in the 1930s. File:East Village Film Location for Period Movie.JPG thumb left 230px Filming a period movie in the East Village using antique police cars. New York is a frequent and accommodating shooting
location. New York's film industry is much smaller than that of Hollywood, but its billions of dollars in revenue makes it an important part of the city's economy and places it as the second largest center for the film industry in the United States. Mayor's Office of Film, Theatre, and Broadcasting It is also a growth sector; according to the Mayor's Office of Film, Theater and Broadcasting New York City attracted over