Sign In to Tripline

(or email)
Forgot Username or Password?
Sign In with Facebook

Don't have an account? Sign Up

LA Locations from 'The Artist'

a trip

Where's the play button?

You're using a device that doesn't have Flash installed. The Tripline player is built in Flash, so a map image is the best we can do for you (right now).

If you think your device can support Flash,

click here to install the latest version

Fans of the Oscar-winning film 'The Artist' can use this guide to visit some of the Los Angeles locations featured in the movie.

 9 places   |  16 miles (26 km)   |  visibility: public   |  created 28 months ago   |  4,072 views   |  4 followers   |  0 copies

 google earth: export kml  or  view inline   |  print view

    Lat/Lng: 34.143553 , -118.185056

    Eagle Rock Substation

    7888 N Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA 91105
    Used as the opening scene in 'The Artist,' when a masked George rescues a modern-day flapper from a torture chamber.
    • American Film Institute
      2021 North Western Avenue, Los Angeles, CA  |  (323) 856-7600
      [MAP IMAGE]
      Lat/Lng: 34.107598 , -118.309962

      American Film Institute

      2021 North Western Avenue, Los Angeles, CA
      (323) 856-7600
      The exterior of the AFI campus was cast as a hospital where George is taken after he purposely starts a fire inside his barren apartment. Peppy can be seen racing to the front of the hospital to be by George’s side.
      • [MAP IMAGE]
        Lat/Lng: 34.072333 , -118.328661

        Hancock Park

        Greater Wilshire / Hancock Park, Los Angeles, CA
        Hancock Park, a leafy midtown neighborhood developed during the 1920s, is the setting for a portion of the film’s exteriors. George’s Jack Russell terrier, played by Golden Collar winner Uggie, can be seen running down Oakwood Avenue in an effort to alert a beat police officer that George’s apartment is on fire. In another scene Peppy puts the pedal to the metal as she races down Hudson Avenue to see George. Oakwood Avenue between Beverly and Melrose Avenues; Hudson Avenue from 3rd Street to Beverly Avenue.
        • [MAP IMAGE]
          Lat/Lng: 34.059947 , -118.327941

          104 Fremont Place

          104 Fremont Pl, Los Angeles, CA 90005
          The home of George Valentin, located in a gated area of Hancock Park, where he resided during his movie star heyday.
          • [MAP IMAGE]
            Lat/Lng: 34.060413 , -118.325881

            56 Fremont Place

            56 Fremont Pl, Los Angeles, CA 90005
            Peppy Miller’s manse, located in a gated area of Hancock Park and purposely chosen for its connection to the era. It was the former home of America’s silent movie sweetheart Mary Pickford during the late teens.
            • Wilshire Ebell Theatre
              4401 West 8th Street, Los Angeles, CA  |  (323) 939-0126
              [MAP IMAGE]
              Lat/Lng: 34.060791 , -118.324993

              Wilshire Ebell Theatre

              4401 West 8th Street, Los Angeles, CA
              (323) 939-0126
              This classic 1927 building is used both as the interior of the hospital where George is treated after being rescued from a house fire, and as the place where George’s belongings are auctioned off to the highest bidder.
              • [MAP IMAGE]
                Lat/Lng: 34.050774 , -118.248026

                The Bradbury Building

                304 South Broadway, Los Angeles, CA
                The director uses foreshadowing effectively as George and Peppy pass each other on the ornate stairway belonging to the fictional Kinograph Studios. She is ascending the staircase as he is making his way down the steps, both physically and professionally. The Bradbury Building has appeared in numerous movies, TV episodes and music videos, including the 1982 film 'Blade Runner.'
                • Cicada Restaurant
                  617 South Olive Street, Los Angeles, CA  |  (213) 488-9488
                  [MAP IMAGE]
                  Lat/Lng: 34.047688 , -118.254663

                  Cicada Restaurant

                  617 South Olive Street, Los Angeles, CA
                  (213) 488-9488
                  This former Art Deco haberdashery, now a swank downtown restaurant located on the ground floor of the historic Oviatt Building, is where George and Peppy dine separately on the eve of their movie premieres. This is also where Julia Roberts dined with Richard Gere in the film 'Pretty Woman.'
                  • Los Angeles Theatre
                    615 South Broadway, Los Angeles, CA  |  (213) 629-2939
                    [MAP IMAGE]
                    Lat/Lng: 34.046375 , -118.252544

                    Los Angeles Theatre

                    615 South Broadway, Los Angeles, CA
                    (213) 629-2939
                    Built in 1931 this historic Baroque-style theatre played host to the premiere of 'City Lights,' starring Charlie Chaplin. In 'The Artist,' the theatre is where George premieres his last silent film Tears of Love, which he produced and financed with the last of his money.
                    •  total distance: 16 miles (26 km)




                        pending invites

                      Main Location

                      don't have an iphone?
                      Links & Embed Code
                      Map LA Locations from 'The Artist'
                      Map Player
                      Place List
                      click in any of the fields above to select the contents, then copy to your clipboard. if you're having trouble, click here
                      Add to Timeline