FILM : Frantic
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FILM / MOVIE TITLE DATE FILM STAR(S) WHO APPEAR IN THE LOCATION SCENES FILM / MOVIE LOCATIONS / SCENES
Frantic 1988 Harrison Ford, John Mahoney, Betty Buckley, Emmanuelle Seigner Paris
Director : Roman Polanski   Production Company : Warner Bros. Pictures, The Mount Company  Region : FRANCE

In a hotel room in Paris, a doctor comes out of the shower and finds that his wife has disappeared. He soon finds himself caught up in a world of intrigue, espionage, gangsters, drugs and murder.

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Frantic [DVD] [1988]

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Frantic - Establishing shot of a taxi ride into Paris during the titles. Unidentified location.
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frant001. Establishing shot of a taxi ride into Paris during the titles. Unidentified location.

Frantic - The taxi suffers a flat tyre.  Dr. Richard Walker (Harrison Ford) talks with the taxi driver (Djiby Soumare).  Unidentified location.
Frantic

frant002. The taxi suffers a flat tyre. Dr. Richard Walker (Harrison Ford) talks with the taxi driver (Djiby Soumare). Unidentified location.

Frantic - A replacement taxi drives through the streets of Paris to the hotel.  Unknown location, but that old iron structure in the background might just give a clue. 
This Place de Mexico in Paris, Michael.
Frantic

frant003. A replacement taxi drives through the streets of Paris to the hotel. Unknown location, but that old iron structure in the background might just give a clue. This Place de Mexico in Paris, Michael.

Frantic - Dr and Mrs Walker arrive at Le Grand Hotel Intercontinental, 2 Rue Scribe, Paris 9.
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frant004. Dr and Mrs Walker arrive at Le Grand Hotel Intercontinental, 2 Rue Scribe, Paris 9.

frant004n. Still the Intercontinental and a brief moment without taxi's, coaches and cars obliterating the shot. (RL)
(Modern Photo Added: 03-07-2015)

Frantic - After his wife has been kindapped by gangsters, Dr Walker leaves the hotel to look for her.  Rue Scribe, Paris.
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frant005. After his wife has been kindapped by gangsters, Dr Walker leaves the hotel to look for her. Rue Scribe, Paris.

frant005n. Best possible angle given the parked coaches. (RL)
(Modern Photo Added: 03-07-2015)

Frantic - Dr Walker asks about his wife in shops and bars. Rue Scribe.
Frantic

frant006. Dr Walker asks about his wife in shops and bars. Rue Scribe.

frant006n. His wife would easily be lost in the crowds now. (RL)
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Frantic - Dr Walker questions a local (Dominique Pinon) who's friends saw his wife. Passage Brady off Rue du Faubourg Saint-Martin, Paris.
Frantic

frant007. Dr Walker questions a local (Dominique Pinon) who's friends saw his wife. Passage Brady off Rue du Faubourg Saint-Martin, Paris.

Frantic - The Hotel Detective (Patrice Melennec) and Dr Walker passing Old England near the junction of Rue Scribe with Boulevard des Capucines.
Frantic

frant008. The Hotel Detective (Patrice Melennec) and Dr Walker passing Old England near the junction of Rue Scribe with Boulevard des Capucines.

Frantic - Dr Walker on the trail.  Unidentified location.
48 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Martin, PARIS, Michael.
Frantic

frant009. Dr Walker on the trail. Unidentified location. 48 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Martin, PARIS, Michael.

Frantic - Dr Walker queues outside the American Embassy. Unknown location.
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frant010. Dr Walker queues outside the American Embassy. Unknown location.

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