Film_Locations_in_San_Francisco

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11 rows where Distributor = 7

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Link rowid ▼ Title Release Year Locations Fun Facts Production Company Distributor Director Writer Actor 1 Actor 2 Actor 3
24 A View to a Kill 10 1985 9 City Hall The dome of SF's City Hall is almost a foot taller than that of the US Capitol Building. In 1954, Joe DiMaggio and Marilyn Monroe married at the Beaux Arts-style building. Metro-Goldwyn Mayer 8 MGM/UA Entertainment Company 7 John Glen 9 Richard Maibaum 8 Roger Moore 244 Christopher Walken 8 Tanya Roberts 441
25 A View to a Kill 10 1985 9 Port of San Francisco   Metro-Goldwyn Mayer 8 MGM/UA Entertainment Company 7 John Glen 9 Richard Maibaum 8 Roger Moore 244 Christopher Walken 8 Tanya Roberts 441
27 A View to a Kill 10 1985 9 Lefty O' Doul Drawbridge/ 3rd Street Bridge (3rd Street, China Basin) This is SF's only drawbridge, and was named after Francis Joseph "Lefty" O'Doul, a local baseball hero. Metro-Goldwyn Mayer 8 MGM/UA Entertainment Company 7 John Glen 9 Richard Maibaum 8 Roger Moore 244 Christopher Walken 8 Tanya Roberts 441
28 A View to a Kill 10 1985 9 Golden Gate Bridge With 23 miles of ladders and 300,000 rivets in each tower, the Golden Gate Bridge was the world's longest span when it opened in 1937. Metro-Goldwyn Mayer 8 MGM/UA Entertainment Company 7 John Glen 9 Richard Maibaum 8 Roger Moore 244 Christopher Walken 8 Tanya Roberts 441
29 A View to a Kill 10 1985 9 Embarcadero Freeway Embarcadero Freeway, which was featured in the film, was demolished in 1989 because of structural damage from the 1989 Loma Prieta Earthquake) Metro-Goldwyn Mayer 8 MGM/UA Entertainment Company 7 John Glen 9 Richard Maibaum 8 Roger Moore 244 Christopher Walken 8 Tanya Roberts 441
30 A View to a Kill 10 1985 9 Potrero Hill The most crooked street in San Francisco is actually Potrero Hill's Vermont Street between 20th St & 22nd St. Metro-Goldwyn Mayer 8 MGM/UA Entertainment Company 7 John Glen 9 Richard Maibaum 8 Roger Moore 244 Christopher Walken 8 Tanya Roberts 441
31 A View to a Kill 10 1985 9 City Hall The dome of SF's City Hall is almost a foot taller than that of the US Capitol Building. In 1954, Joe DiMaggio and Marilyn Monroe married at the Beaux Arts-style building. Metro-Goldwyn Mayer 8 MGM/UA Entertainment Company 7 John Glen 9 Richard Maibaum 8 Roger Moore 244 Christopher Walken 8 Tanya Roberts 441
32 A View to a Kill 10 1985 9 Chinatown First established in the mid-19th Century, SF's Chinatown is the oldest and largest Chinatown in the US. Metro-Goldwyn Mayer 8 MGM/UA Entertainment Company 7 John Glen 9 Richard Maibaum 8 Roger Moore 244 Christopher Walken 8 Tanya Roberts 441
33 A View to a Kill 10 1985 9 Burger Island (901 3rd Street, China Basin)   Metro-Goldwyn Mayer 8 MGM/UA Entertainment Company 7 John Glen 9 Richard Maibaum 8 Roger Moore 244 Christopher Walken 8 Tanya Roberts 441
34 A View to a Kill 10 1985 9 Van Ness Avenue   Metro-Goldwyn Mayer 8 MGM/UA Entertainment Company 7 John Glen 9 Richard Maibaum 8 Roger Moore 244 Christopher Walken 8 Tanya Roberts 441
35 A View to a Kill 10 1985 9 Taylor and Jefferson Streets (Fisherman's Wharf)   Metro-Goldwyn Mayer 8 MGM/UA Entertainment Company 7 John Glen 9 Richard Maibaum 8 Roger Moore 244 Christopher Walken 8 Tanya Roberts 441

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CREATE TABLE "Film_Locations_in_San_Francisco" (
"Title" INTEGER,
  "Release Year" INTEGER,
  "Locations" TEXT,
  "Fun Facts" REAL,
  "Production Company" INTEGER,
  "Distributor" INTEGER,
  "Director" INTEGER,
  "Writer" INTEGER,
  "Actor 1" INTEGER,
  "Actor 2" INTEGER,
  "Actor 3" INTEGER
,
FOREIGN KEY ("Title") REFERENCES [Title](id),
    FOREIGN KEY ("Director") REFERENCES [Director](id),
    FOREIGN KEY ("Actor 2") REFERENCES [Actors](id),
    FOREIGN KEY ("Actor 1") REFERENCES [Actors](id),
    FOREIGN KEY ("Writer") REFERENCES [Writer](id),
    FOREIGN KEY ("Release Year") REFERENCES [Release Year](id),
    FOREIGN KEY ("Actor 3") REFERENCES [Actors](id),
    FOREIGN KEY ("Production Company") REFERENCES [Production Company](id),
    FOREIGN KEY ("Distributor") REFERENCES [Distributor](id));
CREATE INDEX ["Film_Locations_in_San_Francisco_Title"] ON [Film_Locations_in_San_Francisco]("Title");
CREATE INDEX ["Film_Locations_in_San_Francisco_Director"] ON [Film_Locations_in_San_Francisco]("Director");
CREATE INDEX ["Film_Locations_in_San_Francisco_Actor 2"] ON [Film_Locations_in_San_Francisco]("Actor 2");
CREATE INDEX ["Film_Locations_in_San_Francisco_Actor 1"] ON [Film_Locations_in_San_Francisco]("Actor 1");
CREATE INDEX ["Film_Locations_in_San_Francisco_Writer"] ON [Film_Locations_in_San_Francisco]("Writer");
CREATE INDEX ["Film_Locations_in_San_Francisco_Release Year"] ON [Film_Locations_in_San_Francisco]("Release Year");
CREATE INDEX ["Film_Locations_in_San_Francisco_Actor 3"] ON [Film_Locations_in_San_Francisco]("Actor 3");
CREATE INDEX ["Film_Locations_in_San_Francisco_Production Company"] ON [Film_Locations_in_San_Francisco]("Production Company");
CREATE INDEX ["Film_Locations_in_San_Francisco_Distributor"] ON [Film_Locations_in_San_Francisco]("Distributor");
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