We recently showed you how some of Los Angeles' most iconic film scenes looked during original production — and how they look now.

Thanks to the cool new iPhone app Scenepast that lets us check out before-and-after photos of famous film locations, we get to see some of New York City's hot film spots, too. 

Take a look at how the Big Apple has changed over the years:

"Broadway Danny Rose" 1984 — 1626 Broadway (at 49th Street)

"Do The Right Thing" 1989 — Lexington Ave & Stuyvesant Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11221 

"Hannah and Her Sisters" 1985 — 43 Greene Street

"Hannah and Her Sisters" 1985 — 88 Grand Street  

"Midnight Cowboy" 1969 — 234 West 42nd Street

 "Miami Vice" 1984 (from Season 1, episode 1) — 242 West 16th Street

"Kojak" 1973 (from Season 1, episode 1) — 148 West 49th Street  

 "Kojak" 1973 (from Season 1, episode 1) — 24 Peck Slip

"Naked City" 1947 — 404 West 15th Street

"Saturday Night Fever" 1977 — 802 East 64th Street, Brooklyn

"Taxi Driver" 1975 — 1886 Broadway (between 62nd & 63rd Street)

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