Film Junkie's Guide to North Carolina is the first and only travel guide to detail locations where films were made across the state, from the mountains to the sea, in places large and small. It presents a unique and lively perspective on Tar Heel film through a prism that blends history and pop culture. The Star Tracks sections will take you to sites where stars, directors, and crew members have slept, dined, and played. Also included are trivia questions that will test your North Carolina film expertise and side bars focusing on film festivals, outdoor dramas, Tar Heel authors whose work has been adapted for the screen, and other movie-related tidbits.The Mount Airy Visitor Center, home of the Andy Griffith Museum COURTESY or GREATER Moum Amv CHAMBER or ... Just a few blocks away at Mayberry Square are gems like Wallya#39;s Service, a restored 1937 service station where you cananbsp;...
|Title||:||Film Junkie&'s Guide to North Carolina|
|Publisher||:||John F. Blair, Publisher - 2004|