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Let Georgetown take you to the movies on its self-guided Celebrity Film Sites Tour featuring popular sites such as the Exorcist stairs and bar and restaurant featured in “St. Elmo’s Fire.”
Exorcist House, 3600 Prospect Street Owned by Georgetown
University, this house was used for scenes in “The Exorcist.”
Exorcist Stairs, 3600 Prospect Street Most famous for the scenes in
the “The Exorcist,” these 75 steps are popular with runners.
The Tombs, 1226 36th Street “St Elmo’s Fire” modeled its pub from
this favorite Georgetown hangout. It was filmed for “The Exorcist.”
34th & P Streets This house was used as the residence of Sydney
Ellen Wade (Annette Benning) in “The American President.”
3410 P Street This house was filmed for the movie “Chances Are,”
starring Robert Downey, Jr.
1442 Wisconsin Avenue This building was featured as Dave’s temp
employment agency in “Dave,” starring Kevin Kline.
Martin’s Tavern, 1264 Wisconsin Avenue Famous for U.S. Presidents
dining out here, this location was fi lmed for “Exorcist III.”
Third Edition, 1218 Wisconsin Avenue The exterior of this popular
Georgetown bar was fi lmed for “St. Elmo’s Fire.”
The Shops at Georgetown Park, 3222 M Street Scenes from “True
Lies,” starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, and “No Way Out” with Kevin
Costner, were filmed in this mall.