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I love pop culture. The fist McDonalds to collectible toys and cereal boxes, from the 1950s to the 1990s. If you are interested in pop culture, check out http://www.tvtoymemories.com

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This picture is actually kitty corner from where Bill stepped off the curb and into the puddle. This is the current StarBucks which is right next to the WoodStock Opera house.

I f you Watch the film, in the background, the other side of the street from which he approaches You will see the Woodstock Jewelers building ( A white tile facia). This places him on the opposite side of the square in front of the TipTop cafe ( which existed only in the movie, until someone opened one years later, and is now closed)

The actuall spot has a brass placard set in the walk, commemorating bills soggy foot, and the entire corner has actually been changed because of problamatic traffic patterns.

This is the John Hancock Building, which was taken from the North avenue Beach parking lot (approx. 1600 North Lake Shore Drive). The John Hancock building is located at 820 North Michigan avenue, Chicago, Illinois.

PHOTO COURTESY OF TV TOY MEMORIES

This is an post dusk image of Chicago Illinois Temple, which was taken while a slight rain was falling.

The Temple is located at 4151 West Lake Avenue, Glenview, Illinois.

Photo courtesy of TV TOY MEMORIES

This is a faraway image of St. Peter's Catholic Church, which is located at 8116 Niles Center Road, Skokie, Illinois

PHOTO COURTESY OF SENTIMENTAL JOURNEYS

This is the First Congregational Church of Dundee, which is located at 900 South 8th Street, West Dundee, IL.

PHOTO COURTESY OF SENTIMENTAL JOURNEYS

This is the Barrington United Methodist Church, which is located in the town of Barrington Hills, Illinois, The church was originally located in Barrington, Illinois. While it was having renovation work done on the building, it was accidentally burned down by the workmen. The new church was built on a much larger piece of property, approximately 3 miles south of the former location.

PHOTO COURTESY OF SENTIMENTAL JOURNEYS

St Mary's Church of Gilberts, Illinois. Built in 1882, at a cost of $2,500. The church is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.

Photo Courtesy of SENTIMENTAL JOURNEYS

St Mary's Church of Gilberts, Illinois. Built in 1882, at a cost of $2,500. The church is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.

Photo Courtesy of SENTIMENTAL JOURNEYS

This image was taken at 1375 West Jackson, and is approximately 11 blocks away from the main subject of the photo - THE FORMER SEARS TOWER. I refuse to officially call it by the "OFFICIAL" name - WILLIS TOWER.

Photo Courtesy of: SENTIMENTAL JOURNEYS

The photo was taken of the Willis Tower (I truly hate calling it that, just like Wrigley Field should never have it's name changed - Sears Tower should have been a permanent name)from the main Chicago Post Office (approximately 4 blocks south of Willis Tower.)

Photo Courtesy Of: I SAW AN EYESORE BILLBOARD

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