Harlem Nights

  • (0:03)  The Back Entrance To The Club / Warner Bros; Hennesy Street, Burbank (Note: This Is In The Far Southern Corner Of The Street)

  • (0:25)  Front Door Of The Club / Warner Bros; Hennesy Street, Burbank

  • (0:25)  The Brownstone Where Sugar Ray Lives / Warner Bros; Brownstone Street, Burbank

  • (0:29)  Florentine Grill / Warner Bros; Burbank

  • (0:49)  Exterior Of The Apartment Building / 720 S. Normandie Avenue, Los Angeles

  • (0:50)  Calhoune's On The Park / Warner Bros; Embassy Courtyard, Burbank

  • (0:55)  Quick Being Chased On The Bridge / 4th Street Bridge, Los Angeles (Note: They Were Going West On The Bridge And Then Turn Onto 4th Place)

  • (0:56)  Quick Shooting The Gangsters / Still Searching For This Location

  • (1:35)  The Staged Car Crash / Witmer Street And Ingraham Street, Los Angeles (Note: The View Is Looking South On Witmer)

  • (1:39)  The Alley Behind The Bank / 625 Harlem Place, Los Angeles (Note: The Camera Is Looking South Toward 7th Street)

  • (1:49)  House Next To The City Skyline / Still Searching For This Location


  1. Mark me down as one of the few people who love this movie. I've never understood why critics were so tough on it. I guess early 20th century period pieces are sacred territory for a lot of Hollywood critics and they didn't appreciate the satire, perhaps. I loved it, and the setting. And, of course, it was always obvious that it was filmed in LA. The 4th street bridge, for starters. All of the cities were designed the same in the onset of the industrial age. Very easy to make the old parts of LA pass for New York. "Stop it! Stop it! Dont' shoot that little mother f*** no more!". Ha!

  2. The scene where the gunmen have Murphy cornered is off 1st. and Alameda. It was an alleyway. White King soap and Desmond Mail Service use to be there. It is now a parking structure.

  3. Love this movie and thank you for the info