Description: EXTERIOR DAY, DOWNTOWN CHICAGO 'SIGHTSEEING' IN THE FALL; VAR park path follow mother MS toddler in blue jacket and sweatpants, mother appears and walks away with toddler; MS squirrel bounding on grass, then pull back to statue of Ben Franklin, tall building in bg; WS of woman pushing carriage and walking with toddler; MS of bike rides thru bridge, VAR people walking under bridge, WS of pedestrian walkway with jogger and walker; EXT DX children hand in hand walking down sidewalk in fall clothing, shot through low lying trees; CU of lake, then pan up to WS of chicago skyline VAR zoom in and out of skyline, close up of John Hancock Building; LS of suspicious looking man walking along lakefront, then panup to long shot of chicago skyline; ECU of lake then pan up to see LS of chicago skyline, ECU of revolving Hard Rock Cafe sign, then pan back; CU of Sears Tower, then zoom back to full shot of Hard Rock Cafe with blue sky and white clouds above; out of focus then focus on Hard Rock Cafe rotating sign, then pan back to same shot of skyscraper behind; MS of patrons waiting outside Hard Rock, then pan back to full shot of Cafe, LS of Merchandise Mart w-McDonalds in fg ; MS of statue leprechaun on roof top, CU of Chicago Chop Suey sign, VAR shots of leprechaun and panning to chop suey sign; MS of construction worker in red sweatshirt and helmet, then Var MS of construction workers working; POV ground shot up to building, then pan down to MS of Harry Caray's restaurant, 2 women waiting to cross street; VAR MS of Harry Caray's from across the street, pictures of banners outside, CU of Budweiser truck, then pan the restaurant; POV ground shot of Marina Towers above Harry Caray's, CU of bdg, then zoom into CU, shot of flags and building behind; MS of Marriott Hotel sign then pan back for full shot of hotel, VAR shots of Sears Tower over and around other buildings; 3 flags (Chicago, Illinois and U.S.) flying in front of building, people walk in front of shot, Sears Tower again;
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