Movieland Mystery Photo [Updated +]

Jan. 23, 2012, Mystery Photo

And this movie would be?

Movieland Mystery Photo

[Update: This is “American History X.” Please congratulate Dewey Webb, Roger, Mary Mallory and Allie Francis for identifying it. ]

OK, here’s another hint. Please congratulate William Stansel for identifying the film.

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22 Responses to Movieland Mystery Photo [Updated +]

  1. earlgrayer says:

    Miracle Mile

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  2. dewey webb says:

    Miracle Mile

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  3. Joan says:

    Miracle Mile.

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  4. Mary Mallory says:

    MIRACLE MILE?

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  5. Cold in PHX says:

    Pulp Fiction.

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  6. Cold in PHX says:

    Oops, never mind. Wrong Tarantino movie.

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  7. Mary Mallory says:

    RESERVOIR DOGS,

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  8. Pat in Michigan says:

    The Big Lebowski?

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  9. B.J. Merholz says:

    Johnnie’s ended its existence only as a location for filmimg. Pulp Fiction being a notable one.

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  10. Mary Mallory says:

    THE BIG LEBOWSKI?

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  11. Wm. Stansel says:

    American History X

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  12. Greg Clancey says:

    The interior of Johnies’s has been used a lot in the past few years. Not the exterior. This shot must be from way back.

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  13. Must be an old one… there are too many newspaper racks and they’re fillled!

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  14. dewey webb says:

    American History X

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  15. The Nationl was great–think I’ve still got the last edition.

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  16. Roger says:

    That’s Edward Norton in “American History X.”

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  17. Mary Mallory says:

    american history x.

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  18. Sandra says:

    “Pulp Fiction”

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  19. Greg Clancey says:

    The Honey Bunny portion of “Pulp Fiction” was shot at the Hawthorne Grill, 13763 Hawthorne Boulevard, Hawthorne, CA. (now demolished)

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  20. Allie Francis says:

    American History X

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