dir. Robert Zemeckis
This only covers the parts filmed in Savannah, Georgia and Washington, D.C. The film was also shot in South Carolina, California, Arizona and Maine.
The flying feather sequence – Madison Square, Savannah, Georgia. We see St. John’s Episcopal Church and the corner building is the Scottish Rite Temple that now hosts shopSCAD, a boutique that features artwork and designs created by Savannah College of Art and Design artists.
Bull Street at Hull Street, Savannah, Georgia. The feather flies past the Independent Presbyterian Church towards Chippewa Square, with the First Baptist Church visible on the far corner.
Forrest Gump (Tom Hanks) telling his story to anyone who will listen – Chippewa Square on the Hull Street side, Savannah, Georgia. The platform and the bench were put up there for the filming and later removed. According to one source, there were four benches made for the film. One of them is on display at the Savannah History Museum, 303 Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard. Another bench stands at Paramount Studios. Both locations claim this is the very bench used in the movie. The fate of the other two benches is unknown.
Forrest Gump (Tom Hanks) at the anti-war rally – Lincoln Memorial, Lincoln Memorial Circle SW, Washington, DC.
Forrest Gump (Tom Hanks) runs to Jenny (Robin Wright) – Reflecting Pool, Lincoln Memorial, Washington, D.C..
Forrest and Jenny walking by the White House – 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, D.C..
Forrest and Jenny walking – Tidal Basin path, Washington, D.C..
Forrest complaining about the disturbance at his hotel – Watergate Hotel, 2650 Virginia Avenue NW, Washington, DC. The hotel underwent an extensive renovation a few years ago, and the facade looks slightly different now.
The cafe where Jenny works – 6 W State Street, Savannah, Georgia. Debi's Restaurant was there until a few years ago. Since then it has closed, the storefront has been remodeled and it's unrecognizable now.
Jenny tells Forrest that she is sick and asks him if he would marry her – Forsyth Park, Savannah, Georgia.
For two decades, I've had a passion for film locations and film-related travel. Now I'd like to share this passion and its fruits through this blog. I've amassed vast image archives that still need to be converted into posts, and there are many new findings that are still waiting to be photographed, so please be patient.
While some of these locations have been covered elsewhere, many others represent my own research and appear here for the first time. I hope you'll enjoy the site.
Wednesday, December 28, 2022
Forrest Gump (1994)
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Hi Yuri, I'd love to get in touch regarding the possibility of publishing some of your photography in a London-based magazine. Could you please get in touch at nell at tankmagazine dot com? Thanks!ReplyDelete