Night of the Living Dead (1968)
































Night of the Living Dead was released on October 31st, 1968.
Filming locations include Cranberry Township and Evans City, PA.


Opening - 7577 Franklin Rd. Cranberry Township, Pa. 16066




Evans City Cemetery - Franklin Rd. (about .5 miles south of Evans City)








Farmhouse - 260 Ash Stop Rd. Evans City, Pa. 16033
NOTE: The house was demolished at some point and a cabin now sits in it's place.




Bridge - Kohler Ln. and Ash Stop Rd. Evans City, Pa. 16033



10 comments:

  1. Please can you tell me where abouts the farmhouse and the basement is? Thanks.

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    1. Before it was demolished the farmhouse was at 260 Ash Stop Rd. Evans City, Pa.

      The basement is at 247 Fort Pitt Blvd. Pittsburgh, Pa.

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  2. Do you know who demolished the house?

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  3. The people that live in the property now. They built a log cabin in its place.

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  4. Wow, God bless you for all those informations, especially about the farmhouse ! Do you know when the house was demolished ?

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  5. Hey,
    I wanted to let you know this site with all of its wealth on information, to finally make a dream come true for me. This past year I was able to visit Evans City to see all of the sites and was able to visit the Dawn of the Dead sites as well.
    Thank you so much for putting all of this together, I will be planning another vacation road trip this year with the help of this work you have done!

    Thanks again,
    Kenny

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    1. Awesome Kenny! That's EXACTLY why I always post the addresses of the locations I visit. It drives me nuts when people post movie location pics or videos and keep the location whereabouts to themselves, like they're privileged or something.

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  6. The house was set to be demolished at the time George Romero started to shoot the movie. That was why they could trash it during the movie. Removing doors hammering them over the windows that sort of thing. The house was demolished shortly after shooting.

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  7. I believe owner of the home said it was his grandmothers, and had planned to demolish it. It didn't even have running water! It must've needed too much work to salvage it. I heard the crew had to fix it up to make it look livable, so it must've been pretty rough when they spotted it. I just wonder where all the great antiques in the house went! If it would've of stood, today it would've been completely restored as a museum. If I was the owner of that property, I would rebuild the house using the movie as a reference and do just that. It would make a fortune!

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