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    • Roll 'Em. 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.
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    Locations examples: Los Angeles, California, USA Roosevelt Hotel, Hollywood, California, USA Sierra Madre Playhouse, 87 West Sierra Madre Boulevard, Sierra Madre, California, USA NBC Studios - 3000 W. Alameda Avenue, Burbank, California, USA New York City, New York, USA Elgin Theatre, 175 Eighth Avenue, New York City, New York, USA

  2. Mar 13, 2014 · SCENEPAST’s current library comprises more than 650 specific filming locations throughout New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago, and Miami; some, like Double Indemnity and It’s a Wonderful...

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    50. Pulp Fiction Junkyard

    Film Permits: 1 Appears in:Pulp Fiction A junkyard might seem worlds apart from the glamour of Hollywood, it became the backdrop for an important scene in Tarantino’s Pulp Fiction. In this scene, the two main characters played by Samuel L. Jackson and John Travolta attempt to dispose of a body and car. While known as Monster Joe’s in the film, the real junkyard is called A & R Auto Dismantlers in Sun Valley, California.

    48. The Parking Lot from A Star is Born

    Film Permits: 26 Appears in:A Star is Born This grocery store located in Glassell Park made its way into one of the most talked-about movies of 2018. When Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper’s characters stop by for frozen peas, they end up discussing songwriting in the empty parking lot. While this may have been a normal supermarket to shop at, A Star is Bornhas now made Super A Foods a destination.

    47. The Frolic Room

    Film Permits: 10 Appears in:LA Confidential The Frolic Room is said to be the most historic dive bar in Hollywood with household names like Frank Sinatra and Judy Garland being regulars of the establishment. The giant neon yellow sign invites customers into an immersive space with a jukebox and walls lined with historic photos of celebrities. With the Black Dahlia last seen at this bar and countless celebrities stopping by since the 30s, the bar has an authenticity to it that other new bars d...

    35. Schaffer Residence from A Single Man

    Film Permits: 12 Appears in:A Single Man This mid-century modern house located in Glendale, California was built in 1949 and has made it onto the National Register of Historic Places. The property feels at home in the landscape as the large windows almost give an illusion of being outside among the oak trees which the house was built around. The residence was also used in the Tom Ford film, A Single Manwhere Colin Firth’s character lived.

    34. Theater from Donnie Darko

    Film Permits: 3 Appears in:Training Day, Get Shorty, Donnie Darko Built in 1939 by Donald W. Douglas, this theater’s main purpose was to serve as a 24 hour movie-house for Douglas’s employees. It eventually became popular in the neighborhood where it is located in Santa Monica. While the theater almost closed after a lack of funds, it was saved by the nonprofit organization, American Cinematheque. You can catch a glimpse of Aero Theater in the films, Get Shorty and Donnie Darko.

    33. The Rosslyn Hotel

    Film Permits: 74 Appears in: Se7en Built in 1914, with its annex built across the street in 1923, these historic buildings once constituted the largest hotel on the west coast. Its enormous dining room and marble lobby with a five panel mural gave off a luxurious feel. The hotel was built for one million dollars next to an older hotel which inspired the movie it was featured in, The Million Dollar Hotel. The hotel has also appeared in films like Se7en and The Rock.

    25. Bradbury Building

    Film Permits: 2 Appears in:Blade Runner, Bosch, 500 Days of Summer, Chinatown This architectural landmark is a remarkable sight due to the atrium which fills the building with light. The building’s five open floors showcase the geometric staircases which have stood the test of time since being built in 1893. The Bradbury Building has made countless appearances in pop culture from films to television to music videos and literature. It has most notably been featured in Blade Runner as well as T...

    24. The Graduate Church

    Film Permits: Appears in:The Graduate This mid-century church built in 1961, displays impressive windows and floor to ceiling glass behind the altar. The church has become famous after filming for The Graduate took place there in 1967. The raunchy content of the film spurred disagreement among the congregation following its release but has remained a popular spot as parishioners still see passerbys taking photos during the day.

    23. The Mall from Terminator and Ridgemont High

    Film Permits: 25 Appears in:Fast Times at Ridgemont High, Commando, Terminator 2 This three level shopping mall opened in 1980 and soon became famous for the teen mall culture which erupted from the many teens who frequented their department stores. It currently has been reopened as an open-air center with only one part of the original mall court remaining. Before its renovation, the location was featured in Fast Times at Ridgemont High, Terminator 2: Judgement Day, and Back to the Future Par...

    10. LA Times Building

    Film Permits: 504 Appears in:Drive Opened in 1935, this building won a gold medal only two years later at the 1937 Paris Exposition. These Art Deco headquarters will no longer be home to the Los Angeles Times but is still used as a prime filming location. The building can be seen in films such as Argo, Moneyball, and Dreamgirls and tv shows like Scandal and Bones.

    9. Leo Carillo Beach

    Film Permits: 150 Appears in:Grease Established in 1953, this state park was named after Leo Carrillo who worked on the State Parks Commission. The park is situated along the Malibu coast and contains many cool spots such as their tide pools, sea caves and reefs. Its 1.5 miles of beach have been used for films like Grease, The Karate Kid, Usual Suspects, Cast Away, and more.

    8. Pink Motel

    Film Permits: 371 Appears in:Drive Located on historic U.S. Route 99, Cadillac Jacks Cafe and Pink Motel is a perfect retro movie set with a bright pink motel and a diner decorated with neon lights. Also available for use is between 28 to 30 fully restored classic cars from the 1950s and 1960s. This set has been featured in Netflix Original’s GLOW and the 2011 film, Drive.

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