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August 23, 2014


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Chris Labarthe

As the resident De Palma obsessive hereabouts, I feel duty-bound to wonder about comparing this side by side with MURDER A LA MOD

Bill Davis

A little research shows that Taffae & Bellion moved from Wall Street to 106 Front Street, and that Wm A. Roulston was a Coffee Agent at 110 Front Street, which suggests that that scene where Leon begins knocking off men's hats is showing the 100 block of Front Street.

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