Film News: Final Weekend of the Season for Chicago Film Tour

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CHICAGO – Now is your chance to experience the Chicago Film Tour during its final weekend of the season, guided by Patrick McDonald of Through a special promotion, If you mention the “ Offer” when reserving your seats, you will get half off the regular price of the tour for the weekend of November 29th and 30th, 2014 (details in the graphic below). The tour departs from the “Rock ‘N Roll” McDonalds Restaurant at 600 N. Clark, in the River North neighborhood in Chicago.

The Chicago Film Tour, a comprehensive city trek based on the movies that have used the Windy City as a setting and backdrop, celebrated its sixth season in 2014. The bus tour, which travels to over 30 movie locations in Chicago, has video screens that show the actual film clips while traveling to those locations. Highlights include old favorites like “The Blues Brothers” and “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off,” plus contemporary film epics like “The Dark Knight,” “Transformers: Dark of the Moon” and “Man of Steel.” In all, over 70 films are highlighted on the tour, as well as a comprehensive history of Chicago in the film industry, while traveling through diverse Windy City neighborhoods from Uptown to Chinatown. Patrick McDonald, besides serving as film critic and writer for, is also the Chief Guide for the tour.

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Chicago Film Tour Season Final Weekend, Guided by Patrick McDonald
Photo credit: Chicago Film Tour

To reserve your seats, call 773-593-4455, and mention the “ Offer” to receive half off the price of the regular Chicago Film Tour. Details in the graphic above.

For more information about the Chicago Film Tour, click here. is not affiliated with the Chicago Film Tour or this offer. senior staff writer Patrick McDonald

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© 2014 Patrick McDonald,

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