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Quick Agent Carter question

In the whole Agent Carter series, are there ANY establishing shots of the city, or street scenes without characters in them, other than that Brooklyn Bridge shot at the end? I may or may not be making a vid (based on recent experience, I probably won't finish it, but I'm having fun :D), and I would like one other than the aforementioned for an intro shot, but brute force searching doesn't seem to be getting me very far -- especially since what I want is probably a blink-and-you-miss-it kind of thing anyway. So I figured I'd ask if anybody remembers one.

ETA: Nevermind; found a couple in episodes two and three. This series is fascinatingly lacking in that kind of thing, though! I wonder if it's at least partly to do with the historical nature of it, since the New York skyline has changed so much.

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I guess showing certain buildings by mistake that weren't built until much later might get some people hot under the collar re: historical accuracy, so that's probably why. Hope you finish the vid! :)
I think that's exactly why there are so few establishing shots--the city has changed so much. The Bell Phone Co seems to be one they use the most. :-)

The bridge scene---ooooh! My heart! :-)
I wonder if it's at least partly to do with the historical nature of it, since the New York skyline has changed so much.

Brilliant Husband grew up partly in New York. When Peggy was on the ledge of her building, he was running through out loud what they'd said about the address, where that meant the building was in relation to Central Park, and some more things about the trees he could see. I finally said, "Just because you can see trees doesn't mean you're looking at Central Park; they have other trees in New York City and might have had even more in 1946." He finally stopped.

I imagine it may be completely because of the historical nature. So many New Yorkers and former New Yorkers and New Yorkers at heart, and they will all find fault with any shots that show anything ahistorical! I bet some will even find fault with things that are historically accurate because the viewers don't always know when certain buildings were built, etc.