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Savannah Movie Tour
Savannah Movie Tour
The Savannah Movie Tour is by far the most exciting, and entertaining 90-minute tour in the South.
On this small group tour you will visit over 68 movie locations up close on a climate controlled luxury coach, and view movie clips on LCD screens while passing the same locations. Over 85 movies have been shot in Savannah since 1915, and 10 Academy Awards have gone to those films.
You'll see where Forrest Gump sat on the bench, Paula Deen's Lady & Son's, Clary's Cafe, Leopold's Ice-Cream, the Mercer House from "Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil," the Six Pence Pub from "Something to Talk About," to name a few.
You'll also see the gorgeous homes of the stars, where the stars love to dine, shop, and party! Bring your camera, because you never know who you might see!
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THE MERCER HOUSE - Home to famed antique dealer Jim Williams, the central character of the book and movie "Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil." Jim shot and killed his lover, Billy Hansford, in the house and was tried four times for the same charge of murder. Jim bought the house for $46,000 in 1969, restored it and ran his antique business from the house. Jim's sister inherited the house and its contents once he, then his mother, died. The sister put the house on the market for $10 million in 1998, then took it off after the highest bid of $4 million was rebuffed. She now lives in the house located on Monterey Square.
LEOPOLD'S ICE CREAM SHOP - Owned by Film Producer Stratton Leopold ("The Sum of All Fears," "The General's Daughter," "Paycheck"). Originally opened in 1919 by Stratton's dad and two uncles, the shop quickly became the place to be in Savannah. All the ice cream is made in the shop from the original recipes of 1919. The walls are covered with pictures, posters, and props from films Stratton and Academy Award nominated Production Designer, Dan Lamino (shop manager), worked on over the years.
JACK LEIGH GALLERY - Jack photographed "The Bird Girl" statue in Bonaventura Cemetery, July 1993, and it was selected by author John Berendt to be the cover image of his book, "Midnight In The Garden Of Good & Evil." You'll also see Jack's other photographs he'd taken over his 35 year career, as one of America's greatest photographers.
CLARY'S CAFE - The Cafe celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2003, and this was author John Berendt's hangout while in town, as a guest of antique dealer Jim Williams, whom he was writing a magazine article about for Esquire. This is where John met eccentric inventor Luthar Driggers, creator of the flea collar, the "No Pest" strip, and the sticky fly tape.
Movie Homes & Star Homes You'll See
Clint Eastwood, Demi Moore, The Lady Chablis, Sandra Bullock, Jim Williams (Mercer House), Ben Affleck & Gwenyth Paltrow, John Cusak, Charlie Theron, Giovonni Ribisi, Greg Kinnear, Kate Blanchet, Johnny Mercer, Sam Rami, Madelien Stowe, and John Berendt to name a few.
The Films of Savannah
Savannah's Hollywood history began in 1915, with the filming of the silent movie "Under Southern Skies." Our first talkie (movie with sound), was "A View From Pompey's Head," starring Richard Egan, and filmed here in 1955. Not long after, in 1957, the intro scenes to "Three Faces of Eve" were shot here. In 1961, "Cape Fear" started production with Gregory Peck, Polly Bergen, and Robert Mitchum. And that was just the beginning!
A total of 10 Academy Awards have gone to movies filmed in Savannah: "Forrest Gump" 6 Oscars, "Glory" 3 Oscars, "Three Faces Of Eve" 1 Oscar. Savannah's own, Johnny Mercer, won 4 Oscars over his career in the Best Song category for: "Moon River," "Days of Wine and Roses," "In the Cool, Cool, Cool of the Evening," and "On the Atchison, Topeka, and the Santa Fe." Mercer achieved a total of nineteen Academy Award nominations in his lifetime, and is a co-founder of Capitol Records.
48 HOURS MINIMUM ADVANCE BOOKING REQUIRED. MINIMUM ORDER OF 2 PERSONS. PLEASE NOTE: Only folding wheelchairs can be accommodated on this tour, and guests must be able to walk up several steps onto the bus. Hotel pickups MAY be available - only in the Downtown Historic District - and you must call a number specified on your E-Ticket to reconfirm your reservation and arrange a pickup location. Guests whose hotels are not in the available pickup area will be provided a central location to meet the tour. Please order online or call 888-653-6045 to order or for more information.
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