See the SCEENS you have been looking for in the form of a list or marked on a map. You can also use the extended search filters to find things you are looking for.
At the 14th Academy Awards in 1941 Citizen Kane receives the award for best Original Screenplay. Neither Orson Welles nor Herman Mankiewicz is present.
William is sitting in the lobby of the hotel waiting for his advisor tot tell him where his money is.
Axel Foley arrives at the hotel.
Briggs tries to act blind so he can have a room in the luxurious hotel, but Lulu has different plans.
Susie Diamond sings Makin' Whoopee from atop the piano.
Vinkler, Stantz and Spengler find slimer in the hotel's ballroom.
Sebastian Valmont attempts to seduce Annette Hargrove with a late-night swim.
Alan checks into his hotel.
Cory is having a drink at the bar.
Ally is breaking up with her boyfriend while being in the bathroom at her work.
Tyler and the guys grab the police commissioner and threaten to cut of his balls if he continues the investigation.
Vivian's office in her five star hotel.
Axel Foley checks in to the hotel. He tells he is a Rolling Stone reporter and makes a scene.
Harry and Helen Tasker dance the tango.
The Chevrolet lobby.
Jack Gittes tells Evelyn Mulwray he does not believe her.
John is being beaten by Sack in the alley behind the hotel.
Herman Mankiewicz is leaving the building and sees the protest at the end of the street.
The building of Roger Corwin's 'Japanees' party.
Ally is leaving her work while singing.
Vinkler, Stantz and Spengler enter the hotel. The hotel manager shows them the way.
Rick Gassko parks the school bus at the entrance of the hotel
Allen Bauer learns that Madison, his girlfriend, is a mermaid when she's sprayed with water.
Axel Foley orders room service delivered to Rosewood and Taggart, who are parked across the street.
The team goes to the library to investigate a ghost in the stacks.