TV, Radio, Internet...dishing dirt since 2001
I can't take my eyes off Rosemary Orozco or Claudine Wong this morning. I'll enter your contest shortly...
Coit Tower, Lombard St, Cable car, Bay Bridge, Trans America building, painted ladies, California Street, Golden Gate Bridge, Fisherman's Wharf. Ferry Building, SF City Hall, Chinatown, 850 Bryant (hall of Justice), Mark Hopkins Hotel, Broadway, Broadway Tunnel, and some shots are taken from Twin Peaks.
The contest loser has to go to lunch twice with Rich at Tommy's Joynt.
Bay Bridge (Ferry Building, Embarcadero Center background)Cable CarPort of San FranciscoFamous houses on Steiner Street across Alamo Square ParkPort of San FranciscoBay Bridge TowerFolgers Coffee BuildingCalifornia Street Cable cars ( looking east downhill )Pier 1Coit Tower (Bay Bridge in the background)Golden Gate BridgeHyde Street PierCA State Flag (Superimposed over China Basin aerial shot)Lombard StreetChina Basin (aerial shot)Pier 39 (Coit Tower in background)Powell Street Cable carFisherman’s Wharf signFerry Building Clock TowerGolden Gate BridgeTaylor StreetGolden Gate Bridge (Marin Headlands / Mt Tamalpais in background)City HallAerial shot of Fisherman's WharfGrace CathedralHeadquarters of the Episcopal Diocese James C Flood MansionCalifornia Street Cable carHyde Street Cable car turnaroundCoit TowerChina TownAerial view of City HallSan Francisco Hall of Justice Coit Tower / Christopher Columbus statueSan Francisco City SealPioneer Monument statue of California's head at Civic CenterChina TownTrans America BuildingSan Francisco Public Health Agency (Hey! It could be a landmark :p )555 California StreetMarket StreetChina Town TunnelMark Hopkins HotelFairmont HotelShanghai Low - China TownTenderloinColumbus StreetBig Al's - Broadway
What's first prize?
Bay BridgeCable CarBay BridgePort of San FranciscoPainted Ladies near Alamo SquarePort of San FranciscoFerry TerminalCoit TowerGolden Gate BridgeHyde Street PierCa. State FlagLombard StreetHelicopter shot of EmbarcaderoFisherman’s WharfPowell Street Cable carFisherman’s Wharf signFerry Building Clock TowerGolden Gate BridgeCity HallGrace CathedralPacific Union ClubCable Car turnaroundBuena Vista CafeSouth of Market helicopter shotTenderloinKarl Malden (forever tied to SF)Michael DouglasEmbarcadero OverpassCastro StreetProtrero HillHall of JusticeUnion SquarePolk StreetKarl Malden in front of Fairmont HotelCoit Tower and Transamerica buildingDowntown from top of Twin PeaksMark HopkinsBroadway Street & Shanghai LowStockton Street TunnelBig AlsIHungryIf I win I'll stop by and take a dump at KRON (smile)Mark Jones
Good job, but I believe you transposed the name of the North Beach club...it is/was "The Hungry I".....
Great show. Loved the chemistry between Malden and Douglas. "Hey Buddy boy!" was what Malden's character always would say to his younger co-worker. I was going to school in Colorado during that time, and would watch the show whenever I got homesick!
The mega-talented Pulitizer Prize winning composer and two-time Grammy Award winning composer Patrick Williams did the theme from "The Streets of San Francisco" along with so many great jazz compositions. He is known as a major theme creator for many movie soundtracks, television and his own compostions. A great talent.
A Quinn Martin production.
QM productions were very educational. It's where I learned what an "epilog" was.
We are so fortunate to live in or near such a Spectacular City.We should be thanking our lucky stars!Anywhere I've gone in the world...If you say you're from San Francisco...you get respect!Anyone else remember, almost fifty years ago?http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xcenq9_eric-burdon-the-animals-san-francis_music#.UbwD8euiH4h
Carol Doda's flashing nipples.
I forget just how similarly Streets of SF and Police Squad started their show. Since I've got Police Squad on DVD, I'll be off-Japanese Garden, indeed.
Great City but I never go there. Too cramped.
Karl Malden's prodigious proboscis.