List of films and television shows shot in Pittsburgh


List of films and television shows shot in Pittsburgh

This list includes films and television shows shot either completely or partially in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Some of these are actually set in the city; others were shot in Pittsburgh but set in another real or fictional location.

Television

* all of these shows may be referenced at [http://www.imdb.com/List?endings=on&&locations=Pittsburgh,%20Pennsylvania,%20USA&&heading=18;with+locations+including;Pittsburgh,%20Pennsylvania,%20USA Pittsburgh IMDB page] or [http://www.pghfilm.org/about/about_filmography.jsp Pittsburgh Film Office]
* "Back to You", 2007-present
* "Heartland", 2007
* "The Kill Point", 2007
* "I Remember Chloe", 2007
* "Smith", 2006
* "Jeopardy!", 2004
* "Made in America", 2003
* "The Young & the Restless", 1994, 1998 & 2003
* "The West Wing", 2002
* "DragonFlyTV", 2002
* "The Pennsylvania Miner's Story", (2002)
* "As The World Turns", (2002)
* "The Guardian", 2001-2004
* "Hometown High-Q" 2000-
* "Even Stevens (pilot)" 2000
* "Queer as Folk", 2000-2005
* "About Your House", 1999
* "The Temptations", 1998
* "Wheel Of Fortune", 1998
* "Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?", 1991-1996
* "The Christmas Tree", 1996
* "The Assassination File", 1996
* "Pittsburgh Penguins Confidential", 1996-1999
* "X-Files (1993) 4 episodes
* "Hope and Gloria", 1995-1996
* "Sliders", 1995
* "My So-Called Life", 1994-1995
* "Sirens", 1993-1995
* "The Piano Lesson", 1994
* "", 1994
* "The American Revolution", 1994
* "Quantum Leap",1993
* "Citizen Cohn", 1992
* "COPS", 1991-1993 11 episodes
* "Pittsburgh's Talking", 1989-1991
* "The American Experience", 1988
* "Unsolved Mysteries", 1987
* "Mr. Belvedere", 1985-1990
* "Evening Magazine", 1976
* "National Geographic Explorer", 1964-1980
* "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood", 1962-2001
* "The Children's Corner", 1953-1961
* "Happy's Party", 1952

Films

Pre-1960s

* "Some Came Running", 1958 starring Frank Sinatra, Shirley MacLaine, Dean Martin
* "Lonesome Trail", 1955
* "Angels in the Outfield", 1951 with Bing Crosby, Joe DiMaggio, Ty Cobb
* "The Unconquered", 1947 starring Helen Keller, Gertrude Stein (Academy Award Winner)
* "The Valley of Decision", 1945 starring Lionel Barrymore, Jessica Tandy
* "Pittsburgh", 1942 starring John Wayne, Marlene Dietrich
* "The Pittsburgh Kid", 1941
* "Allegheny Uprising", 1939 starring John Wayne and Claire Trevor before "Stagecoach"
* "Can You Imagine", 1936
* "The Pip from Pittsburgh", 1931
* "Buy an Electric Refrigerator", 1926
* "In the Name of the Law", 1922
* "The North Wind's Malice", 1920
* "Spring Fever",1919, starring Honus Wagner
* "Just a Woman", 1918
* "Via Wireless", 1915
* "The Perils of Pauline", 1914
* "Steam Hammer", 1904
* "Pittsburgh Fire Department in Full Run", 1903
* "Panoramic View", 1902
* "Packing Pickle Jars", 1901
* "Heros of Luzon", 1899
* "Running Through Gallitzin Tunnel", 1899
* "Tancred Commandery, Pittsburg",1898

1960s

* "Night of the Living Dead", 1968
* "Sylvia", 1965 starring Peter Lawford, Carroll Baker
* "The Rat Race", 1960 starring Tony Curtis, Debbie Reynolds, Don Rickles

1970s

* "The Fish That Saved Pittsburgh", 1979 starring Jonathan Winters, Julius Erving and Flip Wilson
* "The Deer Hunter", 1978 starring Christopher Walken, Robert DeNiro, Meryl Streep
* "Death Penalty", 1978
* "Dawn of the Dead", 1978
* "Martin", 1978
* "Slap Shot", 1977 starring Paul Newman
* "Betty's Corner Cafe", 1976
* "The Devil and Sam Silverstein", 1974
* "", 1973
* "Jack's Wife", 1972
* "Going Home", 1971 starring Robert Mitchum
* "The Affair",1971
* "Imago", 1970

1980s

* "The Awakening", 1989
* "An Unremarkable Life", 1989 starring Shelley Winters
* "Kenny", 1989 Won awards at Berlin, Montreal and Paris festivals
* "To the Limit" (1989)
* "Lightning Over Braddock", 1988
* "FleshEater", 1988
* "Picking up the Pieces", 1988 starring Tom Tully
* "The Prince of Pennsylvania", 1988 starring Keanu Reeves, Fred Ward
* "Street Law", 1988 starring Christina Cox
* "Heartstopper", (1988)
* "Monkey Shines", 1988 starring Stanley Tucci and Stephen Root
* "Dominick And Eugene", 1988 starring Ray Liotta and Jaime Lee Curtis
* "Tiger Warsaw", 1988 starring Patrick Swayze
* "RoboCop", 1987 starring Peter Weller, Oscar Nominated twice
* "Lady Beware", 1987 starring Diane Lane, Michael Woods
* "Gung Ho", 1986 starring Michael Keaton Mimi Rogers, John Turturro
* "The Suicide Squeeze", 1986
* "The Majorettes", 1986
* "Flight of the Spruce Goose", (1986)
* "Day of the Dead", 1985
* "The Kid Brother, (1985)
* "Moon over Pittsburgh", (1985)
* "Rappin", 1985 starring Mario Van Peebles
* "Maria's Lovers", 1984 starring John Goodman, Nastassja Kinski
* "Flight of the Spruce Goose", 1984 starring George A. Romero
* "Mrs. Soffel", 1984 starring Mel Gibson, Diane Keaton
* "Reckless", 1984 starring Daryl Hannah, Aidan Quinn, Dan Hedaya
* "All the Right Moves", 1983 starring Tom Cruise, Lea Thompson, Craig T. Nelson
* "Flashdance", 1983 starring Jennifer Beals Won Oscar
* "Hambone & Hillie", 1983
* "Creepshow", 1982 starring Ed Harris, Hal Holbrook, Ted Danson
* "Second Challenge", (1982)
* "", 1982
* "Midnight", 1981
* "Knightriders", 1981 starring Ed Harris
* "Effects", 1980
* "All Washed Up", (1980)

1990s

* "The Nest", (1999)
* "Achilles Heel", (1999)
* "Out for Vengeance", 1999
* "Eye of the Beholder", 1999 starring Ashley Judd, Ewan McGregor
* "Dogma", 1999 starring Chris Rock, Salma Hayek, Matt Damon, Kevin Smith Nominated 6 times
* "Inspector Gadget", 1999 starring Matthew Broderick, Joely Fisher Won ASCAP Award
* "Cola for Tea", 1999
* "Stigmata", 1999
* "Star of Jaipur", (1998) starring Linda Gray
* "Whatever" (1998) starring Liza Weil
* "Transatlantic", 1998
* "Fire Down Below", 1997 starring Steven Segal, Kris Kristofferson
* "Struggles in Steel", 1996
* "Independence Day", 1996 starring Will Smith
* "The Journey", 1996
* "Desperate Measures", 1996 starring Andy Garcia, Michael Keaton
* "Naked Christmas", 1996
* "Diabolique", 1996 starring Sharon Stone
* "Kingpin", 1996 starring Bill Murray, Woody Harrelson
* "Santa Claws", 1996
* "Captured Alive", 1995 starring Pat Morita
* "Bloodscent", 1995
* "Sudden Death", 1995 starring Jean Claude Van Damme
* "That Thing You Do", 1995 starring Tom Hanks, Liv Tyler
* "Undertakings", 1995
* "Bleeding Orange and Brown" 1995
* "Street Corner Justice", 1994
* "Baskin's Run", 1994
* "Timecop", 1994 starring Jean Claude VanDamme, Ron Silver
* "Houseguest", 1994 starring Sinbad, Phil Hartman
* "Boys on the Side", 1994 starring Drew Barrymore, Whoopi Goldberg, Matthew McConaughey
* "Roommates", 1993 starring Julianne Moore, D.B. Sweeney 'Oscar Nominated'
* "Heartstopper", 1993
* "Milk Money", 1993
* "Only You", 1993 starring Marisa Tomei, Billy Zane, Robert Downey, Jr.
* "Money for Nothing", 1993 starring John Cusack, Benicio del Toro, James Gandolfini
* "Groundhog Day", 1993 starring Bill Murray, Andie MacDowell
* "Coming in Out of the Rain", 1993
* "Striking Distance", 1993 starring Bruce Willis, Sarah Jessica Parker, Dennis Farina, John Mahoney
* "The Cemetery Club", 1992
* "No Pets", (1992)
* "Triumph Of The Heart", (1992)
* "Passed Away", 1992 starring Bob Hoskins, Maureen Stapleton
* "The Fire Next Time", 1992
* "An American Dream", 1992
* "Hoffa", 1992 starring Jack Nicholsen, Danny DeVito
* "Whispers in the Dark", 1992 starring Jaime Sheridan, John Leguizamo, Alan Alda
* "Innocent Blood", 1992 starring Don Rickles
* "Diary of a Hitman", 1991 starring Sharon Stone, James Belushi, Forrest Whitaker
* "North of Pittsburgh", 1991
* "Waterland", 1991 starring Jeremy Irons, Ethan Hawke
* "Bob Roberts", 1991 starring Tim Robbins, Jack Black
* "My Worst Enemy", 1991
* "Lorenzo's Oil", 1991 starring Susan Sarandon, Nick Nolte
* "School Ties", (1991)
* "The Dark Half", 1990
* "The Silence of the Lambs", 1990 starring Jodie Foster, Anthony Hopkins
* "Ten Million Dollar Getaway", 1990
* "Night of the Living Dead", 1990
* "Iron Maze", 1990
* "Simple Justice", 1990 starring Doris Roberts, John Spencer
* "Two Evil Eyes", 1990 starring Harvey Keitel
* "Margaret", 1990 starring Matt Damon, Matthew Broderick, Allison Janey
* "Superstar", 1990 starring Dennis Hopper, Shelley Winters

2000s

* "Hollywood & Wine", 2009
* "The Road", 2008
* "She's out of My League", 2008
* "All Saints Eve", 2008
* "Graduation", 2008
* "My Bloody Valentine 3-D", 2008
* "Shelter", 2008 starring Julianne Moore
* "Adventureland", 2008
* "Dust", 2008 [http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/07331/836940-254.stm]
* "Deadtime Stories", 2008 [http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/07331/836940-254.stm]
* "Homecoming", 2008
* "On Sabbath Hill, 2008 [http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/07331/836940-254.stm]
* "The Bridge to Nowhere" 2008 [http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/07065/767052-254.stm]
* "Zack and Miri Make a Porno", 2008 Seth Rogen, Kevin Smith
* "Served Cold", 2008
* "Staunton Hill", 2008
* "Tremble", 2008
* "Smart People", 2007 starring Sarah Jessica Parker and Dennis Quaid
* "The Mysteries of Pittsburgh", 2007 starring Nick Nolte, Sienna Miller and Mena Suvari
* "Golden Days", 2007
* "Strange Girls", 2007
* "Germanity", 2007
* "Gender Redesigner", 2007
* "", 2007
* "Pain Within", 2007
* "Happy Walter", 2007
* "Gravida", 2007
* "Silent Knights", 2007
* "The Screening", 2007
* "The Lottery", 2007
* "Pittsburgh", 2006 starring Jeff Goldblum, Conan O'Brien, Ed Begley Jr.
* "Abattoir",2006
* "Dog Jack",2006 [http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/05222/551360.stm]
* "30",2006
* "Karloff and Me", 2006
* "", 2006
* "Sofia for Now", 2006
* "Grace", 2006
* "American Scary",2006
* "Chasing 3000",2006
* "Bewilderness",2006
* "Doing Therapy", 2006
* "Prison Girl", 2006
* "God Grew Tired of Us", 2006 starring Nicole Kidman
* "The Smallest Things", 2005
* "A Thousand Windows", 2005
* "Me and the Mosque", 2005
* "Devil and Daniel Johnston",2005
* "Squonkumentary", 2005
* "Dumpster", 2005
* "Land of the Dead", 2005 starring Dennis Hopper and John Leguizamo
* "On Every Corner", 2005
* "When Tyrants Kiss", 2004
* "10th & Wolf", 2004 starring Dennis Hopper, Brian Dennehy, Giovanni Ribisi and Piper Perabo
* "When Tyrants Kiss", 2004
* "The Stranger", 2004
* "Grim", 2004
* "Speilburgh", 2004
* "Fragile", 2004
* "Deadline", 2004
* "The War that Made America", 2004 starring Graham Greene
* "Lift", 2004
* "Atlanta", 2004
* "Day of the Scorpion", 2004
* "Dvorak and America", 2004
* "Missing Jane", 2004
* "August Underground's Mordum", 2003
* "Vicious", 2003
* "Klownz", 2003
* "Mr. Smith goes to Pittsburgh", (2003)
* "Shooting Home", (2003)
* "The Battles for Fort Duquesne",2003
* "Memories of a Forgotten War", 2002
* "The Murder", 2002
* "The Clearing", 2002 starring Robert Redford, Helen Mirren, Willem Dafoe
* "", 2002
* "Daddy Cool", 2002
* "The Resurrection Game", 2001 starring Kristin Pfeifer
* "Shake 'Em Up", 2001
* "High Point", 2001
* "A Wedding for Bella", 2001
* "The Mothman Prophecies", 2001 starring Richard Gere, Debra Messing, Laura Linney, Will Patton
* "Reign of the Dead", 2000 starring Matthew Montgomery, Holly Crenshaw
* "Out of the Black", (2000)
* "Civility", (2000) starring William Forsythe,Tom Arnold
* "Achilles' Love", (2000)
* "Ketchup King", (2000)
* "Screwed", 2000 starring Norm Macdonald, Dave Chappelle, Danny DeVito, Sarah Silverman
* "View from the Vault" starring Jerry Garcia
* "Rock Star", 2000 starring Mark Wahlberg, Jennifer Aniston
* "Brother 2", 2000
* "The Bread, My Sweet", 2000
* "Wonder Boys", 2000 starring Michael Douglas, Tobey Maguire, Katie Holmes, Robert Downey, Jr., Frances McDormand Won Oscar
* "Brat 2", 2000

References

* [http://www.imdb.com/List?endings=on&&locations=Pittsburgh,%20Pennsylvania,%20USA&&heading=18;with+locations+including;Pittsburgh,%20Pennsylvania,%20USA Complete list of movies shot in Pittsburgh]


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