If you want to see your hometown featured in film, here are five Maryland towns and cities that have been immortalized on the silver screen.

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Baltimore

http://www.baltimorecity.gov/

Baltimore’s been featured in films from “Liberty Heights,” “Sleepless in Seattle” and “Crybaby” to “He’s Just Not That Into You” and “Enemy of the State.”  It also makes an appearance in John Waters’ movies.

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Berlin

http://www.townofberlinmd.com/

Located near Ocean City on the Eastern Shore, you can see Berlin in the Julia Roberts/Richard Gere movie “Runaway Bride” and “Tuck Everlasting,” starring Sissy Spacek and Alexis Bledel. 

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Burkittsville

http://www.burkittsville-md.gov/

Burkittsville is known as the town visited by the three student filmmakers in “The Blair Witch Project” before they headed into the woods.  As a result of the town’s cameo, tourism increased—as well as theft of the “Welcome to Burkittsville” signs.

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St. Michaels

http://stmichaelsmd.org/

Located on the Eastern Shore, St. Michaels was in the Vince Vaughn/Owen Wilson comedy, “The Wedding Crashers.”  “Failure to Launch” was also partially filmed there.

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Towson

http://www.towson.com/

The John Waters movie “Serial Mom” was filmed in Towson.  You’ll see the old Baltimore County Courthouse during the trial scenes.  Towson was also featured in “Absolute Power” and “The Invasion.”