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Toronto the Good Stand-In
Toronto the Good Stand-In
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All films in accolade 'Toronto the Good Stand-In' (The Aussie Canuck )

Objective: Toronto, Ontario. My adopted home, a bustling, multicultural metropolis of shiny towers, gritty streets, colourful neighbourhoods and leafy trees. Perfect, then, to stand in for New York, Chicago, London, Cleveland, you name it. It's a rare day to walk a downtown street in Hollywood North and not spot an incongruous yellow New York City cab or a blue US Postal Service letter box, props in the latest flick. This is certainly going to be the biggest accolade I ever make, and I will chip away at adding the some two thousand mainstream films that have been shot (at least in part) in this glorious city: TO, or Toronto the Good.

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Reviews available 9 (2009)
Reviews available Absolon (2003)
Reviews available Act Of Vengeance (1986)
Reviews available Adjuster, The (1991)
Reviews available Adoration (2008)
Reviews available Adventures In Babysitting (1987)
Reviews available Adventures Of Pluto Nash, The (2002)
Reviews available Against The Ropes (2004)
Reviews available Agnes Of God (1985)
Reviews available Air Up There, The (1994)
Reviews available All In Good Taste (1983)
Reviews available All-American Girl: The Mary Kay Letourneau Story (2000)
Reviews available Amal (2007)
Reviews available Amateur, The (1981)
Reviews available Amelia (2009)
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