In the 1986 Nick Nolte film “Down and Out in Beverly Hills,” the life of a wealthy Beverly Hills family is turned upside down by the arrival of a homeless man. In the film, the house is clearly visible from the road. That is not the case today, as it is now surrounded by plants and trees, making it difficult to get a clear view. Other than that, however, the house still closely resembles how it appeared in the film. The home really is located in Beverly Hills, which is somewhat rare, due to the high cost of filming in the exclusive neighborhood, which causes most productions to find more affordable areas to stand in instead.
LOCATION: 802 N Bedford Dr, Beverly Hills, CA 90210