New York Film Locations

Hello Again (1987)

Last Updated: Sept 2019

Lucy Chadman (Shelley Long) is the accident-prone wife of plastic surgeon Jason Chadman (Corbin Bernsen). When she chokes to death after eating a South Korean chicken ball, a funeral is held and she is mourned, but then everyone goes on with their lives and forgets about her. Everyone, that is, except her sister Zelda (Judith Ivey). Zelda runs an occult bookstore and as she peruses one of her books of incantations, she discovers a magical chant that can raise the dead. Obeying the rules of the incantation -- it has to be performed a year after the person dies and the resurrected person must find love within 30 days or the person will die again -- she brings back Lucy to life. Lucy immediately proceeds to her husband's home and finds that he is married to her best friend Kim (Sela Ward). She now has to deal with the changed circumstances of her husband, along with a burgeoning love affair with Kevin Scanlon (Gabriel Byrne), the emergency-room doctor who had tried to save her life.

Queensboro Bridge, East 59th Street (btw Manhattan and Queens) New York.


Sutton Square and Sutton Place, Manhattan.


Jason's Apartment, 200 East 61st Street and 3rd Avenue, Manhattan.


Restaurant, 24 Minetta Lane and 6th Avenue, Manhattan.


Washington Mews and 5th Avenue, Manhattan.


5th Avenue and East 79th Street, Manhattan.


2 East 79th Street and 5th Avenue, Manhattan.

Ukrainian Institute of America

The UIA occupies one of the grandest turn-of-the-century town houses that remain in New York City, the Fletcher-Sinclair Mansion, designed by famed, Gilded-Age architect C.P.H. Gilbert in his signature French-Gothic Style. Named after Isaac D. Fletcher, its original owner, and Harry F. Sinclair, its second and most infamous of the mansion's three private owners, the mansion is located on the southern tip of Museum Mile diatonically across from the Metropolitan Museum of Art, on the southeast corner of 79th Street and Fifth Avenue. It stands as a gem among New York City's mansions.


Museum of the City of New York, 1220 5th Avenue and East 103rd Street, Manhattan.



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