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Jan 4, 2021

[Answer] Which two movie characters shared the same home set?

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...1. Sherlock Holmes and Sirius Black 2. Katniss Everdeen and Luke Skywalker 3. Norman Bates and Dracula 4. Indiana Jones and George Bailey




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Sherlock Holmes and Sirius Black - Everyone knows 221B Baker Street as famous detective Sherlock Holmes’ address in London. But the row of houses which appear in “Sherlock Holmes” (2009) starring Robert Downey Jr. might look familiar to a “Potterhead” and for good reason. The detective’s home in the film once served as the creepy house of none other than Harry Potter’s godfather, Sirius Black, in “Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix” (2007). The sets were built for the “Harry Potter” film and then stored at Leavesden Studios, where they were later partially redressed and digitally altered for “Sherlock Holmes.”:


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