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  • awardskel
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    Thoughts? What others do you like?

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    Carbon Based Lifeform
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    VERTIGO, easily, since it is also one of the best movies ever made, period.

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    germanportuguese
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    I actually think it is David Fncher’s Zodiac…  It captured the time look and feel of sf and it was brlliand

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    Logan
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    Voted Vertigo (would be my choice anyway), but Dirty Harry would be a worthy addition to any list about films set in San Francisco.

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    Carbon Based Lifeform
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    I actually think it is David Fncher’s Zodiac…  It captured the time look and feel of sf and it was brlliand

    That’s funny, because much of the film was shot in Los Angeles.

    Seriously, I think there were maybe three or four scenes actually shot in SF and the East Bay.

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    Harry king
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    I would vote for vertigo too

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    Foolio
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    Vertigo is the ultimate San Francisco movie, but don’t miss Dark Passage, a criminally (pun intended) overlooked noir gem that beautifully portrays a darker, grittier side of the city and features Lauren Bacall and Humphrey Bogart in their absolute prime – foxy, confident, enigmatic and just iconically noir-y.

    The art deco building Bacall’s character lives in still stands tall at 1360 Montgomery Street. Check it out if you’re in the city.

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