The Silence of the Lambs Locations
The Silence of the Lambs is an American psychological thriller film based on Thomas Harris's bestseller novel of the same name. The film was directed by Jonathan Demme, written by Ted Tally, starring Jodie Foster, Anthony Hopkins, Ted Levine, and Scott Glenn. It was first released on January 30, 1991, and won 5 Oscars including Best Picture. The score of the film was composed by Howard Shore. The Silence of the Lambs was filmed in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Clay County, West Virginia; Quantico, Virginia, USA. FBI Academy in Quantico, Pittsburgh International Airport, Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Bimini Airport in Bahamas were among the filming locations. Old Allegheny County Jail was used for the interiors of Baltimore State Forensic Hospital.
The Silence of the Lambs Locations Map
Where was The Silence of the Lambs Filmed?
|Carnegie Museum of Natural History||40.444141||-79.949272|
|E 8th Ave & Amity St||40.407059||-79.910858|
|Jame Gumb's House||40.090408||-79.721809|
|Main Street West||40.799858||-79.322029|
|Old Allegheny County Jai||40.438549||-79.995331|
|Pittsburgh International Airport||40.493477||-80.238190|
|Soldiers and Sailors Museum and Memorial||40.444809||-79.956169|