96. The House - Double Indemnity (1944)
The big white house where Barbara Stanwyk's scheming housewife lives, which is still up in the Hollywood Hills on Quebec Drive.
97. The Palomino - Every Which Way But Loose (1978)
The site of the old Palomino nightclub - as visited by Clint Eastwood in the movie - is now Le Monge Banquet Hall on Lankershim Avenenue.
98. The Meet-Up - Union Station (1950)
The Los Angeles train station around which the action in this classic noir is focused. Blame a pesky one-way system for us not being able to get you in for a closer look.
99. The Neighbourhood - Once Upon A Time In America (1984)
Some of the most iconic location shots are of New York's bridges, but none can match this beautiful image from Sergio Leone's mobster masterpiece, which shows the Manhattan Bridge from the corner of Water and Washington Street in Brooklyn.