Famous Performers on Display Inside and Outside Post Offices

Photos (Left): Film actors Bradley Cooper (third from left), Ed Helms and Zach Galifianakis act out a scene for Director Todd Phillips (far right) in front of the Nogales, AZ, Post Office. Hollywood movie magic recently transformed the postal facility into a stand-in for a Mexican jail during production of the starring trio's new film. (Right photo:) A few of the 250 celebrity photos currently on display at the Nashville, TN, Post Office's Acklen Station include pictures of Eric Church and Garth Brooks. (Nogales photo by Melinda Sue Gordon.)

Photos (Left): Film actors Bradley Cooper (third from left), Ed Helms and Zach Galifianakis act out a scene for Director Todd Phillips (far right) in front of the Nogales, AZ, Post Office. Hollywood movie magic recently transformed the postal facility into a stand-in for a Mexican jail during production of the starring trio’s new film. (Right photo:) A few of the 250 celebrity photos currently on display at the Nashville, TN, Post Office’s Acklen Station include pictures of Eric Church and Garth Brooks. (Nogales photo by Melinda Sue Gordon.)

Stars from the worlds of music and movies come together for this month’s edition of Your Postal Podcast.

First, you’ll hear how country music legends helped earn a Nashville, TN, Post Office the honor of being labeled among “America’s Quirkiest” by Travel + Leisure magazine.

Next, you’ll learn how Hollywood movie magic has transformed many Post Office facilities into movie and TV show locations

Both the audio and transcript versions of this and previous shows are available now at YourPostalPodcast.com.

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  1. Jonn

     /  May 30, 2013

    If there’s ever a movie to take the mind off of the seriousness of life, it’s the Hangover. I haven’t seen the 3rd one yet, but the others were completely wacky. Perfect after a tough day at work.

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