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I always find myself looking for the World Trade Center in movies. This page lists movies I found that have the twin towers of the World Trade Center in them. I created this web site as a tribute to the WTC. Since 9/11, whenever I see the towers in an old movie, I am reminded of that day when the world changed for all of America. Now that the towers are gone, seeing them brings back all the feelings of loss we all shared that day. But they also remind me of everything that makes America great in the first place.

The towers were opened for occupancy in 1970 and dedicated in April, 1973. They were then destroyed by terrorists on September 11, 2001. Since the towers stood for only about 30 years, there are only so many movies that they appeared in. Many of these movies show the towers in the background, just in passing. Other movies feature the towers in more depth or are even a scene location vital to the story. I have personally viewed each of these movies, specifically looking for the towers. You can be assured that all sightings of the WTC towers are accurate. Click on each title for more information.

I'm sure this list is not quite complete. (Although it is the most extensive list I've seen on the Internet.) I am still finding movies I've never seen before that have the WTC in them, even if just for a few seconds. If you would like to leave me some feedback about this web site or know of any other movies that show the WTC towers, please visit my blog.


I found out on very short notice that Imageshack will now only allow 500 images per account. Since I have over 1500 images, this site will have a lot of broken links until I can move my images to another service. Thank you for your patience.

Alphabetical List

Chronological List

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A

B

C

D

E

1970's

F

G

H

I

J

K

1980's

L

M

N

O

P

Q-R

1990's

S

T

U

V

W

X-Z

2000's

717 movies

Plus 28 movie posters
(WTC not in movie)



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World Trade Center in Movies
Last Updated September 9, 2013
Web Page by Donna Grunewald

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