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# A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

Across the Sea of Time (1995)
10 minutes, several shots between 31-33 minutes
(The WTC towers are also on the poster.)

Adam & Steve (2005)
8 minutes (The towers seen at 8 minutes were digitally inserted. The title characters are looking at Manhattan from the Brooklyn Bridge in 1987. At 1 hour 11 minutes, they are at the exact same spot, seventeen years later. The towers are missing of course, and one of the characters remarks, "It's getting harder to remember where the towers were.")

Addicted to Love (1997)
47 minutes, 59 minutes

The Adventures of Rabbi Jacob (Les Aventures de Rabbi Jacob) (1973)
Opening shot and seven more shots in the first 6 minutes (Shot 1, Shot 2, Shot 3, Shot 4, Shot 5, Shot 6, Shot 7)

The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle (2000)
1 hour 4 minutes

Aftershock: Earthquake in New York (1999)
As you can see from the title, an earthquake hits New York City. The WTC towers in the opening shot, three more times in the opening credits (Shot 1, Shot 2, Shot 3), and 27 minutes into the movie. They appear after the earthquake, at 56 minutes (A TV reporter is riding a helicopter and reporting on damage. When she sees the WTC, they are undamaged and she says "They look good. They're both still standing."), 2 hours 14 minutes, 2 hours 45 minutes

Artificial Intelligence: A.I. (2001)
1 hour 35 minutes, 1 hour 55 minutes
This movie was released only three months before the towers fell. The scenes with the towers submerged in water and later ice were set far in the future.

Alien Contamination (aka Contamination) (1980)
First minute, 1 minute, 3 minutes, 1 hour 21 minutes

All 4 the Money (2002)
1 minute

All I Want For Christmas (1991)
1 hour 12 minutes

Alligator Eyes (1990)
2 minutes

All Over Me (1997)
46 minutes

All the Vermeers in New York (1990)
At 46 minutes, there is a 5 minute scene that was shot on the top of one of the WTC towers. As the characters look down, you can see the WTC towers' shadows. There are some spectacular views of New York City, which can also be seen on the poster.

Alphabet City (1984)
31 minutes

The Ambulance (1990)
54 minutes, 57 minutes
(The WTC towers are also on the poster.)

The American Friend (1977)
Opening shot, 3 minutes, 45 minutes, 1 hour 2 minutes, 2 hours 3 minutes

American Pie 2 (2001)
At 18 minutes, there is a scene in which they digitally added the WTC towers to show that Nadia was calling from New York.

American Pop (1981)
1 hour 23 minutes

American Psycho (2000)
7 minutes, 9 minutes, 1 hour 18 minutes, 1 hour 24 minutes

Analyze This (1999)
1 hour 22 minutes

Angie (1994)
Opening shot, twice at 5 minutes

Antz (1998)
The opening shot of Antz is what appears to be the New York skyline with the WTC towers, but it really is grass. The closing shot zooms out from the anthill so we can see it is in a park in New York City, this time with the real buildings including the WTC towers on the right.
(The WTC towers are also on the poster.)

Any Which Way You Can (1980)
10 minutes

Argo (2012)
10 minutes

Arizona Dream (1993)
6 minutes

Armageddon (1998)
5 minutes, 6 minutes, twice at 8 minutes (Shot 1, Shot 2), 9 minutes (both towers damaged and on fire)

The Art of War (2000)
37 minutes, 56 minutes, twice at 1 hour (Shot 1, Shot 2), 1 hour 6 minutes

As Good As It Gets (1997)
1 hour 3 minutes

The Associate (1996)
Opening shot

The Astronaut's Wife (1999)
25 minutes, 1 hour 32 minutes, 1 hour 33 minutes

At First Sight (1999)
46 minutes

August (2008)
4 minutes, 1 hour 12 minutes
(The WTC towers are also on the poster.)

Author! Author! (1982)
1 hour 25 minutes

Autumn in New York (2000)
3 minutes, 17 minutes and 1 hour 21 minutes

An Autumn's Tale (1987)
Twice at 7 minutes (Shot 1, Shot 2), 35 minutes, twice at 36 minutes (Shot 1, Shot 2), 42 minutes, 48 minutes, 1 hour 11 minutes, 1 hour 21 minutes

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