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Christmas lights from Silver Linings Playbook movie (& first rowhouses in America).

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Christmas lights from Silver Linings Playbook movie (& first rowhouses in America).

There is a letter in today's Philadelphia Inquirer, at A23, from Hy Goldberg, president of Phila. Jewelers' Row Assoc., regarding the Silver Linings Playbook film, that reads, in part, that the final 'kiss' scene was changed from the Ben Franklin House to Jewelers' Row, the oldest jewelry district in America, dating back to 1851, After the shoot, the entire Christmas street lighting set was purchased by the Philadelphia Jewelers' Row Association and is now a permanent display. It can be viewed on the 700 block of Sansom, and Eighth Street between Chestnut and Walnut.

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Location: Sabian and Rudolph Co. , 701 Sansom St. , - 700 block Sansom, & 8th betw Chestnut & Walnut, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19106, United States
Listing Category: Architecture, History, Movies, Films, Cinema, Pop Culture, Retail Stores, Malls, Roadside Attractions
Created Date: 06-24-2018

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Name : plaquemaster
Email : sjkc0072@aol.com
Comments : The first rowhouses in America were built here in Philly at the tail end of the 18th century, along Sanson Street between 7th and 8th - whats now Jewelers Row, according to Philadelphia Magazine, Dec. 2012, at p. 93.
Date : 2013-03-28