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-Julia.

I love the cookie cutters on the wall in the litchen because I do the same thing in mine with my collection of copper cutters. .-= Rachel B.´s last undefined ..If you register your site for free at =-. The three sisters get together for Thanksgiving, while Maddy reveals that she has retired as an actress after her character tries a decaf cappuccino and is randomly murdered. Can’t wait to read everyone’s comments and peruse the rest of the site. If you need to, you can use a sharpie to mark the mounting points so you won't forget where they need to go. If anyone has any info, fill us in!

Please make sure you are being careful on the ladder. Tangent: Do you know anything about the house featured in The Skeleton Key (Kate Hudson)–Felicity Plantation? I’ve never even seen the movie. ; ). .-= Josanne´s last blog ..The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year =-. My Mom and I watched it together and we kept saying…look at that…look at those windows…look at that tile…look at those columns.

If mounting on wood or painted metal, you might lose a bit of paint, so test before you commit to these anchors on your house! The three sisters mourn their father's death, while flashbacks reveal of Lou having great times with his three daughters and John Wayne. I have 6 on the house now. For years I have always tried to copy Meg Ryan’s style, especially her hair. It might be good to have a group of them trying to get into one particular place. But see the window the the right?

Quote from above site… “Finally, I thought that the circular Hollywood house with the pool, where Paul’s cop buddies have set up a temporary police HQ (and which they mention is “the house Eddie Fisher built for Elizabeth Taylor”), was probably at 14372 Mulholland Drive, atop the Hollywood Hills, since that address is listed on the L.A. shoot sheets. It wasn’t Meg’s best, but so good to see Walter Matheau one last time. Saw the movie but like your blog post better. It was built for a family named Davis. .-= Kim´s last blog ..My viburnum plant =-. There is a ” Making Hanging Up” movie/documetary out there I believe it is by HBO. He was in need of rehab or a hospital stay because he was an alcoholic. Marion. In Diane Keaton’s house listing (it’s for sale, but I saw it first!) Her parents were script writers. Also, this is a great movie house. Love the kitchen the best. I consider myself handy and I wouldn’t try it.

In the scene where Walter is walking down the hallway it is suppose to look stark because it is a flash back in the movie and it is clear by the looks of the rest of the home that they had just moved in. I have seen this done before, but I had NO idea how the best way was to go about it. I think the long coat thing has to do with Diane Keaton.

So you want to be the cool (scary) house on the street this Halloween, but aren't just sure how to put your outdoor decorations over the top? Gotta be able to see them from the street! I went to The Internet Movie Databas (www.imdb.com) and from there to other links and posts, and the only info I could gather is that the house is in Pasadena and at the time of filming belonged to a gentleman by the name of Larry Williams. You also don't need to twist them all that tight. The interior furnishings were designed for the house and were elegant and understated. I think it turned out pretty good and definitely the look I was going for. All I could think of was “Oh , my gosh” when I read Kim’s comment of “The old guy in this movie is from Dennis the Menace”. Knowing it didn't happen to you would be extremely helpful. She was in a fog and couldn’t believe what was happening around her.

=-. Good luck. Hope you are well! Maybe just consider securing a bunch of these guys just above or below your gutter, or around a window. You can still see an iron hanging on top of or near the front door of buildings today. I love that windowseat and the kitchen and the family room. I remember falling in love with it when I watched the movie. Picture wire. Another incredible house in Meg Ryan`s movies is the townhouse in San Francisco (I believe) at “When a man loves a woman” Put in the list!! Another great Ephron movie with wonderful homes is “Mixed Nuts” with Steve Martin. She looks scary thin in these shots. Personally, I don’t think it is worth the effort or risk to the siding. I don't think that you need to cinch the zip tie down too much, just get it snug so that the skeleton won't move, even in wind.

If I lived in a house instead of an apartment building I would do this. It worked great this year. When you take them down (um...I am assuming you will), mark each skeleton 1 through 6 to match their position in the picture. Thanks again, you’re a love. The old guy in this movie was one of the best actors in Hollywood…..ever. Thanks for sharing. First, I would like to give props to Siliconghost here on Instructables for the method.

Piston's pictures if you can! I’ll keep researching. I would recommend using zip ties for all connections, but there were a couple of times that I could get away with slipping either a toe or finger into the loop and save on a zip tie. I figured out where I wanted them and wiped the siding with a dab of acetone to clean off any contaminants. Instantly I wanted this for my house for Halloween. Wait at least 1 minute before you try to use the anchors. The windows, doorways, and colourful pots match perfectly to the film.

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Such inspiration for a planner like me! This is what you will need: 3. However, a fan tells me that it was actually in Pasadena, at the Larry Williams residence, and was the same house that was used in Walter Matthau’s 2000 film, “Hanging Up”. So it seems some stars offer up their homes for sets to help cut costs. For many people, hanging this item above the front door of their house or barn was a symbol of luck and meant protection from evil spirits. Thanks for the excellent writings…!!

I wish I knew the house, don’t though hopefully we’ll find out soon! Wait about 10 seconds and then apply enough glue to fully encase the twisted part of the anchor. I love all the research and minute attention you give your ‘movie houses’! I was in the house twice in the late 80s when Mrs. Davis was still living there. I started low and worked my way higher. Thanks a bunch. Choose from our exclusive products or delve into our technologies to explore our capabilities. I loved her house in this movie! .-= Annie@A View on Design´s last blog ..Are you KYLIE or a DANNI style? Once the after Halloween sales hit, I hope to have even more for next year. Seriously, what IS up with that coat??! .-= Jess @ Frugal w/a Flourish´s last blog ..The New Dining Area Revealed! 14 days ago. The Delia Ephron movie Hanging Up didn’t make much money at the box office, but the sets made a big impression — especially the Spanish-style bungalow Meg Ryan’s character lived in. Love your site…thanks! The old guy in this movie is from Dennis the Menace. Regards Esther from Sydney.. . Knew from the 1st pic with vine on the house it would be good. Hanging Up was released in the United States on February 18, 2000, to relatively negative reviews. =-. I recommend setting your ladder and taking one skeleton up at a time and bend it into the position you want along the wall. Admittedly, I did make some minor modifications to the last skeleton that had found the way in. I have read that it reflects the pain that Nora Ephron and her siblings endured in their own family. Try to find it for us Julia. You could also use a regular pair of scissors I guess, but I would not mention it to your spouse if you do... Take a look at your house and figure out where this would look best.

-Julia.

Domestically grossing $36,050,230 with an extra $15,829,814 from worldwide audiences brought its international total to $51,880,044. -Julia.

Hanging Up is a 2000 American comedy-drama film about a trio of sisters who bond over the approaching death of their curmudgeonly father to whom none of them were particularly close. It dropped out of the top 10 in its third week of release, and lasted eight weeks in its domestic release. I usually kick my morning off by visiting. I thought about using cast iron pins, but they could damage the wall....crud. I’ve never seen this movie, but I think I may rent it to get a better glimpse. I just love these old Spanish style houses in L.A. grew up in one there. I’d love to learn more about it.

It is better if they are roughy twisted so that it will better grip the glue. The interiors have that slightly neglected “how great they must have look back then” look to them.

The film is based on 1995 novel of the same name by Delia Ephron. But Cudo's to you my Friend! As … Where is the crest at? I liked the cookie cutters on the wall and the neat window seat in the Kitchen, but the house seems kind of dullto me. $8AU each. S. I just noticed tonight that this home was also used in the Season 6 episode of the West Wing entitled “90 Miles From Here”.

MattW37, That is great! https://www.greystonemansion.org/movies.html, Nita–The Greystone Mansion is where they filmed those scenes where Georgia gave her speech, I believe. .-= Nichole´s last blog ..New Art! I think they could hold the weight and shouldn't be too bad to reverse as they are just adhesive-taped on. .-= Bella Michelle´s last blog ..Blog Award Monday! Have you seen “Just Like Heaven” with Reese Witherspoon? Hi Julia you are a champ thankyou thankyou. 4. I had lots of people come by my blog to see my fireplace. on Introduction. The film stars Diane Keaton, Meg Ryan, and Lisa Kudrow as the three sisters, and Walter Matthau as the father. Why not add some real flair and have a swarm of skeletons climbing the walls of your house looking for a way in! You don’t want to damage or put holes in the side of your house! I love it.... to those who don't have brick but a type of siding and cannot use hot glue perhaps you could use some 'zip-tie mounting pads' that stick on and allow for zip ties to pass though? It was quite a shock to see its condition in the film since the grounds when she lived there were spectacular. This item seems somehow out of step with the rest of the community.

I also loved Megs clothes in this movie…very Calvin Klein less is more. The film stars Diane Keaton (who also directed), Meg Ryan, and Lisa Kudrow as the three sisters, and Walter Matthau (in his final film appearance) as the father.

I havent seen the movie, but must run out and get it. I LOVE THE HOUSE IN THE MOVIE I WISH YOU WOULD PUT THE LAYOUT UP,SO I COULD GET IN MY MIND HOW ITS FLOOR PLAN IS!

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