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Locations for TV & Film

TV Scouts, Filmmakers and Production Companies!

Consider the Sands-Willets House, the 17th Century Dutch Colonial Barn, or the Dodge House & Homestead as a perfect location for next historic filming location! Contact Chris Bain or Fred Blumlein for specific information and to discuss arrangements.  

 

In 2013 the Sands-Willets House was featured in an episode of Boardwalk Empire, the HBO feature series. This critically acclaimed series, set in Prohibition era Atlantic City was nominated for 57 Primetime Emmy Awards, and was the winner of the 2011 Golden Globe Award for Best Television Series-Drama.

 

The show’s producers chose the historic Sands-Willets House for it two large parlors, which were transformed into a funeral home for a pivotal scene where Nucky and Eli attend their father's funeral and attempt to settle their differences.

[Still images and video are the sole property of HBO; Used with permission]

Watch the scene here