Production began on "Deconstructing Harry" in New York
City on September 16, 1996, where, as in most of Allen's productions,
a majority of filming took place in Manhattan. Some of the locations
there included the Central Park's Bethesda Fountain, the Grove
Cafe at Bleecker and Grove Streets in Greenwich Village, the Hotel
New Yorker on 8th Avenue and 34th Street, and in a room at the
Hotel Intercontinental in the East 50s near Lexington Avenue.
Several different interiors were shot in a variety of apartments
on Riverside Drive, West End Avenue, Jane Street, and 16th Street.
Important interiors were also filmed in the Jersey City Armory,
and other filming sites in New Jersey included the Red Apple restaurant
in Southfield, and locations in Union City, and in Tenafly for
the scenes that occur in Harry's sister Doris's house.
Other sequences in New Jersey were shot in Madison and Palisades,
and in New York State in Bedford Hills and Rockland County. Filming
left off on December 10, 1996, after 58 days. Six days of re-shoots
began on February 3, 1997. Production was completed on February
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