The 1993 comedy “Grumpy Old Men,” starring Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau, was filmed in Minnesota. The houses seen in the film can be found in St Paul. Here is the home of John Gustafson, played by Lemmon.
LOCATION: 1133 Hyacinth Ave E, St Paul, MN 55106
Here is the home of Max Goldman, played by Matthau.
LOCATION: 1137 Hyacinth Ave E, St Paul, MN 55106
The two houses are of course located side by side, as depicted in the film.
Directly across the street from those two houses is the home of Ariel Truax, played by Ann-Margret. All three homes appeared once again in the sequel, “Grumpier Old Men.”
The 1994 comedy “Monkey Trouble,” starring Thora Birch, was filmed in Southern California. In the early scenes of the film, Azro, played by Harvey Keitel, can be seen at Venice Beach performing for the crowd with Dodger the Monkey. This same area was seen in the film “White Men Can’t Jump.”
LOCATION: Dudley Ave / Ocean Front Walk, Venice, CA 90291
Eva, played by Birch, lives at this apartment building with her family.
LOCATION: 109 N Sycamore Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90036
Dodger can be seen running up this ramp into the building.
Here is the location of the pet store Eva visits in the film.
LOCATION: 12112 Venice Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90066
In the 2008 comedy “The House Bunny,” a former Playboy model Shelley, played by Anna Faris begins staying at a house full of sorority girls. The film was shot around Los Angeles, California. Early in the film, Shelly is seen living at the Playboy Mansion. This was filmed at the real former Playboy Mansion. The property sits in a residential neighborhood and if you didn’t know what you were looking for, it would be very easy to drive past without any idea. It should be noted from the street you can mostly just see the front gate. Since the passing of Hugh Hefner, the property has transitioned over to new owners, into a place for corporate functions, private events and film and television production, as well as undergoing substantial renovations.
LOCATION: 10236 Charing Cross Rd, Los Angeles, CA 90024
The mansion has appeared in countless films, such as “Once Upon A Time In… Hollywood,” “Beverly Hills Cop II,” “Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle,” the 2014 version of “The Gambler,” “The Phantom” and many more.
The first sorority house Shelley visits, where she gets turned away, can be found in Hancock Park. The same home appeared in the films “Bugsy” and “Hollywoodland.”
LOCATION: 425 S Plymouth Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90020
The Zeta sorority house, where Shelley lands a job, can be found in the West Adams neighborhood.
The house from the 2005 romantic comedy “Rumor Has It,” starring Jennifer Aniston, can be found in Pasadena, California. It is located just a couple houses away from the home from “Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star.”
The 1994 action film “Terminal Velocity,” starring Charlie Sheen, was primarily filmed in Arizona. In the opening of the film, a woman is killed at this apartment building, where Chris, played by Nastassja Kinski, lives.
LOCATION: 2201 N Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85004
Richard “Ditch” Brodie, played by Sheen, skydives past this building as he lands at the wrong party.