12 Monkeys




12 Monkeys was released into theaters on January 5th, 1996. Filming locations include Philadelphia, Pa. It was directed by Terry Gilliam. The score was composed by Paul Buckmaster. The films first DVD release was on March 31st, 1998.


James see's a bear - N. Juniper St. and John F. Kennedy Blvd. Philadelphia, Pa. 19107
(Philadelphia City Hall)

The building was designed by architects John McArthur Jr. and Thomas Ustick Walter and constructed in 1901. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places and named a National Historic Landmark on December 8th, 1976. Other films the structure can be seen in include Law Abiding Citizen, Limitless, National Treasure, Philadelphia and Rocky.


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Brettrose Hall - 4231 Avenue of the Republic Philadelphia, Pa. 19131
(Memorial Hall)

It was designed by architect Herman J. Schwarzmann and constructed in 1876. It was built as the art gallery for the 1876 Centennial Exposition and is the only major structure from that exhibition to survive. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places and named a National Historic Landmark on December 8th, 1976.


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Army headquarters - 2802 Kensington Ave. Philadelphia, Pa. 19134

The building was constructed in 1935.


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Zoo - 3400 W. Girard Ave. Philadelphia, Pa. 19104
(Philadelphia Zoo)

The zoo opened on July 1st, 1874. The bronze statue seen in the screenshot is named The Dying Lioness and is located at the north entrance of the zoo. It was sculpted by Wilhelm Franz Alexander Friedrich Wolff and installed in 1876. The same statue can be seen in the 2016 film, Split.


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