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Twenty-five years after its Oscar wins, see how local shooting locations from the film "Rain Man" have changed or remained the same.
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CINCINNATI -- This Sunday’s Academy Awards ceremony marks the 25th anniversary of "Rain Man" winning four Oscars, including Best Picture, Best Actor for Dustin Hoffman, Best Director and Best Screenplay.
But the film's significance goes beyond its accolades: It shined a Hollywood spotlight on Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky.
Several scenes in “Rain Man” -- which starred Tom Cruise and Hoffman -- were filmed in the Greater Cincinnati area and have helped promote and build the local film community.
Shooting locations included:
TAP HERE to look back at some of these locations in our special interactive "Then and Now” series.