Pulp Fiction

Thank You To Lindsay From The IAMNOTASTALKER.COM Website For Finding Jimmy's Correct House

  • (0:00)  Pumpkin And Honey Bunny Setting To Rob The Diner / Hawthorne Grill; 13763 S. Hawthorne Boulevard, Hawthorne (Note: The Building Has Since Been Torn Down)

  • (0:09)  Vincent And Jules Pay A Visit To The Boys To Discuss Them Doing Marsellus Wallace Wrong / 1525 N. Van Ness Avenue, Los Angeles (Note: The Building Has Since Been Torn Down)

  • (0:34)  Jack Rabbit Slims Exterior / 1435 Flower Street, Glendale  (Note: This Is Just The Exterior As The Interior Was A Huge Set.  Also, It Is Believed The Building Was An Old Bowling Alley)
    You Can Read More About This Location At Lindsay's Iamnotastalker Blog By Clicking This Link

  • (0:56)  Lance's House / 3519 La Clede Avenue, Los Angeles

  • (1:09)  The Boxing Match / Raymond Theatre; 129 N. Raymond Avenue, Pasadena  (Note: The Exterior Has Been Remodeled)

  • (1:14)  River Glen Motel / 2934 Riverside Drive, Los Angeles (Note: The Building Has Since Been Torn Down)

  • (1:28)  Butch Parking His Car / 11827 Valerio Street, North Hollywood

  • (1:29)  Butch Heading To The Apartment Complex / 11813 Runnymede Street, North Hollywood

  • (1:34)  Butch Driving Into A Walking Marsellus Wallace / Corner Of Atwater Avenue And Fletcher Drive, Los Angeles (Note: He Is Facing Northwest On Atwater When He Hit Him And They They Both Go Southwest On Fletcher As Marsellus Is Chasing Him On Foot)

  • (1:49)  The Pawn Shop Exterior / Crown Pawn Shop; 20933 Roscoe Blvd, Canoga Park, Los Angeles (Note: The Interior Was Briefly Used And There Is No Basement There As That was Probably Filmed At The Studio)

  • (2:02)  "The Wolf" Arriving At Jimmie's House / 4145 Kraft Avenue, Studio City (Note: I Originally Had This Location At 4507 As A Crew Member Insisted This Was The Address Even Though Some Things Never Matched Up. Thank You To Lindsay For Getting Things Straightened Out For Everyone)
    You Can Read More About This Location At Lindsay's IAMNOTASTALKER Blog By Clicking This Link

  • (2:11)  Monster Joe's / 12143 Branford Street, Sun Valley


  1. awesome work, thanks for putting the addresses too!

  2. Excellent work. I'm amazed at how some of those locations have changed quite a bit even though it hasn't been that long since the film has come out.

  3. Prob the first and last time an acura nsx has been in sun city. That place is the scum of the valley.

  4. If you go west toward the left edge of that building that the pawn shop is in you'll see the alley where Marsellus takes a final shot at Butch by a store today named Gift City. You get a clear look at the alley if you zoom in on Google Map.

  5. Monster Joe's is only 1½ miles n(2½Km) from Surplus City Jeep parts where Matrix (Arnold Schwazenegger) and Cindy (Rae Dawn Chong) went "shopping" in Commando

  6. I heard that the "Your ass goes down in the 5th" speech was filmed at the Starz club.

  7. Thanks, that's great! :)

  8. It's so weird how many of these locations have been torn down.

  9. There are a few missing pieces. Where was Marselles' strip where Vincent calls Butch a palooka?

  10. People visit and come to live in LA because of all the movies shot locally. Unfortunately, the city officials don't care about preserving any of these buildings. Even buildings of historical interest or importance are at risk without a fight! Pretty soon LA will be indistinguishable from any other prefab city in the US. So visit soon before its all gone!!!

    1. OK Boomer. People like you is the reason why we never get new residential buildings built and why we have lots of homeless people and people who struggle to pay rent or can't afford a new home.

    2. This is most every city in the country, unfortunately. It is sad to see so many “this building has since been torn down” captions under these photos. When we’re alive long enough, we have no choice but to watch things fade out and die off, which can be hard. People who type things like “ok boomer” on technology invented by boomers (bless their lil hearts, huh?) are just not in a place to grasp that yet. They actually never might be. They very well may spend their entire lives believing that everything just sort of ::poof:: appeared at the moment of their birth. Anyway, as a GenXer, I hear you. I get it. Sure do. Much respect ✊🏼

  11. About Lance's house...
    Growing up, we had a close family friend who lived in the Atwater neighborhood of LA. That friend told us she spoke to the owner of "Lance's house" who was offered $14K to use her home for the movie. She was also told that when they finished the shoot, the owner said that it was returned to her precisely that way it was. She couldn't even tell there had been anybody in there.

  12. My generation kicks the crap out of your generation.

    Love, GenX