Movies Made In Maryland


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Absolute Power (1997)
Centered around Northeast Baltimore and the cliff scenes were filmed at Elk Neck State Park in Cecil County. Starring Clint Eastwood as the sensitive thief who can save the entire American political system from complete corruption.

Accidental Tourist (1988)
The movies is based on the book by Ann Tyler, a resident of Roland Park and filmed in that area. Starring William Hurt, Kathleen Turner and Geena Davis the movies is about an author of a travel book for people who want to travel with the least amount of trouble on their lives.

Along Came a Spider (2001)
Starring Morgan Freeman, Monica Potter and Penelope Ann Miller a lot of the movie was filmed Baltimore and Washington, D.C. Movie about a daughter of a senator is taken from school by one of her teachers.

Anchors Aweigh (1945)
Starring Frank Sinatra, Gene Kelly and Kathryn Grayson, about the Academy with some scenes in Annapolis.

And Justice for All (1979)
This movie was filmed in a Baltimore courtroom and Baltimore sites including Baltimore City Court House, City Hall, the War Memorial and its plaza, Mount Vernon Place, Federal Hill, Maryland State Penitentiary and Fort McHenry. Other scenes were filmed at the Chesapeake Bay Bridge and in Lutherville.

Avalon (1990)
This movie was written and directed by Barry Levinson a Baltimore native. The movie is a story of a Jewish family in Baltimore beginning with the patriarch's arrival in 1914.

Beloved (1998)
Oprah Winfrey stars in the film based on Toni Morrison's award winning novel about a former slave's struggle with the ghosts of her past. Some Ohio homestead scenes were filmed at Fair Hill Natural Resources Area in Cecil County.

Blair Witch Project (1999)
Filmed entirely in Burkittsville in Frederick County; Seneca Creek State Park in Montgomery County; and Patapsco Valley State Park along the border of Howard County and Carroll County.

Die Hard: With a Vengeance (1995)
The movies was set in New York and Canada but it was filmed in Baltimore and Jessup County. Starring Bruce Willis, Jeremy Irons and Samuel L. Jackson.

Failure to Launch (2006)
Sarah Jessica Parker filmed a scene in Annapolis and her co-star Matthew McConaughey spent time filming in Easton for this story about a slacker who moves back home rather than start a family of his own.

Riders (2001)
This film is set on the Eastern Shore, writer-director Doug Sadler is also a longtime Easton resident. The film played at the 2001 Maryland Film Festival.

The Runaway Bride (1999)
Julia Roberts and Richard Gere star in this movie set in a fictional Maryland town, Hale, but was filmed in real Maryland towns including Berlin and Snow Hill in Worcester County, New Windsor in Carroll County and Baltimore City.

St. Elmo's Fire (1985)
Filmed at University of Maryland, College Park, directed by Joel Schumacher and starring Emilio Estevez, Rob Lowe, Andrew McCarthy, Demi Moore and Ally Sheedy.

Swarm of the Snakehead (2006)
Filmed in Easton and Oxford on Maryland's Eastern Shore and other local scenery, the movie features local musicians and actors, including Miss Teen Maryland USA Jamie Linck O'Brien.

Violets Are Blue (1986)
Two high school sweethearts rekindle their lost love while vacationing in Ocean City. The movie was filmed in Ocean City, Worcester County with Baltimore scene for Dublin, Ireland. Starring Kevin Kline, Sissy Spacek and Bonnie Bedelia.

Wedding Crashers (2005)
Much of the movie was shot in and around St Michaels on the Eastern Shore, including The Inn at Perry Cabin, where some cast and crew stayed during filming. The Annapolis schooner Woodwind II also plays a role, helmed by Christopher Walken sailing along the Choptank River.





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