Filmed In Boston: “The Thomas Crown Affair” from 1968

"Thomas Crown Affair" scene shot on Acorn Street in Beacon Hill

"Thomas Crown Affair" scene shot on Acorn Street in Beacon Hill

Last night I watched “The Thomas Crown Affair” from 1968 which was filmed in Boston. I haven’t seen this movie in years and it was a treat to see the City of Boston and surrounding areas star in this original production of this title.

If you know the film here are just a few of the locations you may enjoy re-seeing as they were back in the day:

  • 85 Mt. Vernon Street, Beacon Hill, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
    (Thomas Crown’s residence)
  • Acorn Street, Beacon Hill, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
  • Allston/Brighton Tollbooths – Massachuchetts Pike, Allston, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
  • Anthony’s Pier 4 Restaurant – 140 Northern Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
  • Belmont Country Club – 181 Winter Street, Belmont, Massachusetts, USA
    (golf scenes)
  • Blackstone and North Streets, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
    (meat shop scene)
    Acorn Street today

    Acorn Street today

  • Boston Common, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
  • Cambridge Cemetery – Mount Auburn Street, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA
    (money dumping scene)
  • Cambridge Street and Linden Avenue, Allston, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
  • Copp’s Hill, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
  • Crane Beach, Ipswich, Massachusetts, USA
    (dune buggy scene)
  • Myopia Hunt Club – 435 Bay Road, South Hamilton, Massachusetts, USA
    (Polo scenes)
  • National Shawmut Bank – 55 Congress Street, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
    (bank robbery scenes)
  • North End Greenmarket, North End, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
  • Salem, New Hampshire, USA
    (glider flying scenes)
  • South Station – 700 Atlantic Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
  • St. James Ballroom, Jordan Mansion – 46 Beacon Street, Beacon Hill, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
    (auction scenes)
  • Tobin Bridge, Boston, Massachusetts, USA

I really like this film because, “yes” it has real estate interest and it’s an engaging story. If you care to, you can read more about “The Thomas Crown Affair” at IMBd (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0063688/).

Joe Schutt

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