March 23, 2006 at 3:58 PM EST - Updated June 29 at 9:00 PM
CLEVELAND (AP) - It's a wrap -- the crew of "Spider-Man 3" has swung out of Cleveland.
Production ended Saturday on action shots that were filmed in Cleveland for the third "Spider-Man" movie. That gave Clevelanders the chance on Sunday to take a look at props that were used in the scenes.
People walking Euclid Avenue downtown got to see a battered armored truck -- parents took pictures of their kids posing next to a large hole that was blasted into one side. Pieces of glass and wrecked cars were strewn in the street, marking the locations of stunt crashes.
The sightseeing was part of the Spider-Man Community Wrap Party and Set Walk, sponsored by the Cleveland Film Commission.
The filming began in Cleveland on April 21.
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