New York Film Locations

Just the Ticket (1999)

Gary (Andy Garcia) is a charming guy, but Linda (Andie MacDowell) is tired of his grand plans and schemes. All of which have gone down the drain. Gary is a 'scalper'. Together with his friends and his 'Guardian Angel', Benny, he buys tickets to events and sells them off at highly increased prices. This doesn't really make him rich and proves to be more difficult than usual when a new guy gets into town, strong-arming all of Gary's sources. But then the gift of heaven arrives. The Pope is coming for a visit. Gary wants to make a lot of money on this so he can finally get one of his (more decent) plans for Linda off the ground and really work on a lasting relationship with her.

Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1000 5th Avenue and East 82nd Street, Manhattan.
  The Met is the largest art museum in the United States with among the most significant art collections. Its permanent collection contains more than two million works, divided among seventeen curatorial departments.  

P & G Cafe, 279 Amsterdam Avenue and West 73rd Street, Manhattan.
  P & G Cafe has since closed down.  

Manhattan Mall, 901 6th Avenue and West 34th Street, Manhattan.

Linda's Apartment, 853 7th Avenue (btw West 54th and 55th Streets) Manhattan.

Near Gray's Papaya, Broadway and West 72nd Street, Manhattan.

West 55th Street and 7th Avenue, Manhattan.

Post Office, 421 8th Avenue and West 33rd Street, Manhattan.

153 Duane Street and West Broadway, Manhattan.


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