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2 South Water Street (shop) Jaws (1975)

Keisel's Bicycle Rental, where the shop owner complains to Brody about the karate-choppers damaging his bicycles.

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The Chappaquiddick (Chappy) Ferry Jaws (1975)

On the ferry Mayor Vaughn tries to covince Chief Brody it's not smart to close the beaches on the 4th of July.

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Town Hall Jaws (1975)

Quint asks for attention by scratching his nails on the board during the meeting at Town Hall. He presents his proposal: "Ten thousand dollars for me by myself. For that you get the head, the tail, the whole damn thing."

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American Legion Memorial Bridge Jaws (1975)

Chief Brody runs across the bridge to save his sons who are in the estuary where the shark strikes again.

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Joseph Sylvia State Beach Jaws (1975)

When it's clear that the panic on the beach was caused by the two boy's, the real shark is spotted swimming towards the estuary. A young girl screams for attention.

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Cape Poge Beach Jaws (1975)

Brody and Hooper arrive at the beach at the end of their adventure.

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Menemsha Harbor Jaws (1975)

At Quint's workshop the three men, Brody, Hooper and Quint, embark on the Orca.

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Gay Head Lighthouse Jaws (1975)

Brody and Hooper are having an argument with Mayor Vaughn because he doesn't want to close the beaches.