If you want to pay homage at the bed and breakfast where Bill Murray kept waking up in "Groundhog Day," you'd head to Pennsylvania, right? Wrong. The picture-perfect inn — yes, you can actually stay there — is in Illinois. It just goes to show that filmmakers will get creative to find the perfect shooting locations for their movies. After all, the willingness of an audience to suspend disbelief can depend on how well a movie's set matches its story. If you've ever been curious about where some of your favorite films were shot, check out our list of 50 iconic movie locations that you might want to add to your travel bucket list.