Wednesday, December 7, 2016

Home Alone (1990)




Eight-year-old Kevin McCallister accidentally gets left behind by his family as they embark on their Christmas vacation and must defend himself against two Grinches.  On Christmas Eve, he rigs his family's sweet pad with creative, and sometimes deadly, booby traps in hopes of catching The Wet Bandits.   While waiting in line for Home Alone, I knew what it must of felt like for moviegoers when Jaws (1975) was released.  The line was around the block.  The audience went wild.  I had yet to have a movie going experience like it.   Home Alone was a huge box office success and Macaulay Culkin warmed the hearts of millions, even those with one the size of Uncle Frank's. 

Location: The McCallister House
Address: 671 Lincoln Avenue, Winnetka, IL
















Location: The Airport
Address: Chicago/O'Hare International Airport - Terminal 3, Chicago, IL






Location: Numba Six Sixty-Four
Address: 664 Lincoln Avenue, Winnetka, IL





Location: Numba Six Seventy-Two
Address: 672 Lincoln Avenue, Winnetka, IL




Location: The Drug Store
Address: 940 Green Bay Road, Winnetka, IL




Location: The Cop Chases Kevin
Address: Hubbard Woods Park, Winnetka, IL










Location: The Railroad Track Bridge
Address: 1065 Gage Street, Winnetka, IL






Location: The Murphy House
Address: 656 Lincoln Avenue, Winnetka, IL




Could it be The Wet Bandits?



Location: The Church Exterior
Address: 1024 West Lake Avenue, Wilmette, IL  Trinity Methodist Church









A different church was used for the interior but here's what the inside looks like...





Location: The Supermarket
Address: 606 Green Bay Road, Winnetka, IL  Grand Food Center










Location: Kevin Visits Santa Claus
Address: 810 Chestnut Court, Winnetka, IL









Location: Kevin Sees Happy Family
Address: 306 Laurel Avenue, Highland Park, IL












Location: The Church Interior
Address: 924 Lake Street, Oak Park, IL  Grace Episcopal Church



















Locations Visited: October 2016

2 comments:

  1. The pictures are great. Your blog is a travel back to the movie. Amazing, Brian!!

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