Places Mentioned in Literature, Movies, Songs and Other Places

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Last updated: September 9, 2023
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Song. He left his home in Georgia to go here.
San Francisco
Film. This US law enforcement officer accuses a suspect of "... picking his feet" in this New York state town.
Poughkeepsie, New York
An Irish rebel born here. He was born and killed in the same Irish county.
Cork, Ireland
Paul Hogan claimed he was born in this opal mining town to "make himself more interesting in Hollywood".
Lightning Ridge, NSW
This actress, to hide her humble beginnings claimed to be born in this Australian state.
Kim Wilde song. Dead Kennedy's song.
Song. "I learnt French from the girl next door/Teaching me night and day/Pack a suitcase/Take a chance/Got nothing to lose/Give me the sound of a rolling dice/Give me a whiskey/ Don't think twice/
Marseille, France
Song. "In 1814 we took a little trip/Down with Colonel Jackson to the mighty Mississip/We took along some bacon and we took along some beans and we met the fucking British at the town of..."
New Orleans, Louisiana
"Sam left _______ in the year of ninety-two/With George Pratt his partner and his brother Billy too
Seattle, Washington
"The feeling has gone/only you and I/This means nothing to me/It means nothing to me/Oh, _______
Vienna, Austria
"Boot Hill, Boot Hill / So cold/So Still"
Tombstone, Arizona
"It was the best of times, it was the worst of times."
Paris, London
He had a soiled cloth that one wraps around one's head. Trousers that had seen better days. He played a musical instrument. She dies in his arms.
Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Song. A young, mentally disturbed man goes on a killing spree with a female accomplice.
Nebraska, Wyoming
Song. "_________ oh, _________/I still hear your winds blowing/I still see her dark eyes glowing/She was 21 when I left _________".
Galveston, Texas
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