Filmed on the war-ravaged streets of Vienna in 1947, the Orson Welles film The Third Man is, understandably, a much-loved film in the city. So much so, in fact, that it has its own museum. Open on Pressgasse in Vienna on Saturdays, between 2pm and 6pm, visit and discover original scripts, recordings of the film's ground-breaking zither score, and a screening of a clip of the film on a 1940s projector.
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