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Harry and Ron walk out of Professor Trelawney's class after Hermione storms out.
Terrorists try to kill the President of the United States.
Ethan tries to escape his chasers and runs into the cathedral.
In the opening scene you see Sherlock running near the facade of towards St Paul's Cathedral.
At the funeral of T.E. Lawrence Jackson Bentley is asked by a fellow journalist what he thinks of Lawrence of Arabia.
Mike, Lynn and the president of the United States escape in a get away car after terrorists try to kill the president in front of the cathedral.
The president of the United States arrives at the St. Pauls Chathedral for the funeral.
Hellboy arrives at the scene to use his powers against the dark forces.
Thor and Malekith fall in front of the cathedral.
Jack cycles through London past St Paul's Cathedral (opening scene).
Ethan tries to escape his chasers. The team follows him.
Sherlock Holmes arrives at the home of Sir Thomas Rotheram after he was murdered in his bathroom by Lord Blackwood.
Agent H en Agent M have to pull their special weapons to fight off the enemy.
Deckard Shaw is on his way.
Ethan has to make a impossible jump…
The trial of James Whitehouse.
Sir Edmund Burton pays the Prime Minister avisit at his office.
The scene where a room in Buckingham Palace it turned into a makeshift operating theatre and King George has his lung removed.
Sophie accompanies her husband James the first day of trial.
Kate Woodcroft walks through the courthouse.
Rose was presented by Lady Grantham before King George V, Mary of Teck, and the Prince of Wales at the coming out ball at Buckingham Palace.
James Whitehouse and his wife Sophie arrive at the courthouse for his trial.
** spoiler alert ** David drives the car with Lavender so close to the building with the sniper on the roof that the car is out of his shooting range.
The bank in Geneva.
Dan and Alice stroll along King Edward Street and gointo the tiny green pocket of Postman's Park, St Martin's le Grand, where they become intrigued by the wall of ceramic tiles commemorating heroic deeds of ordinary folk.