Armed And Dangerous

Thank You To Gary From The Seeing-Stars Website For Telling Me Where The First House With Fluffy And Where The Mansion Is

  • (0:00)  Frank Dooley Attempting To Rescue Fluffy The Cat From A Tree / 4954 Ambrose Avenue, Los Angeles (Note: The Big Tree Has Since Been Cut Down)

  • (0:04)  Dooley Spots Some Activity Inside An Electronics Store / 6312 Hollywood Blvd, Hollywood (Note: The Alley Where The Cops Are Taking The Televisions Is Off Of Vine Street)

  • (0:09)  Guard Dog Security / 2614 W. 7th Street, Los Angeles (Note: The Building Has Since Been Torn Down and Replaced With A New Apartment Building)

  • (0:13)  The Shooting Range / Los Angeles Police Academy; 1880 Academy Drive, Los Angeles

  • (0:16)  Dooley And Norman Kane's First Security Job / 6636 Variel Avenue, Canoga Park

  • (0:30)  The Sport Pit / 8148 Sunset Blvd, West Hollywood (Note: This Remodeled Building Is Now Used For Art Storage And The Side Street They Leave The Parking Lot To Escape An Angry Bruno Is Havenhurst Drive Going North)

  • (0:35)  Dooley And Kane Go To A Pier To Catch Up With An Old Friend Of Dooley's / Malibu Pier; 23000 Pacific Coast Hwy, Malibu

  • (0:39)  Maggie Cavanaugh's Apartment Building / 366 N. Sycamore Avenue, Los Angeles

  • (0:43)  Michael Carlino's Mansion For The Formal Party / 750 Bel Air Road, Bel Air

  • (0:57)  Dooley And Kane Hiding Inside An Adult Theater / 6315 Hollywood Blvd, Hollywood

  • (1:01)  A Disguised Dooley And Kane Meet With Cavanaugh In A Park / MacArthur Park; Southeast Corner Of W. 7th Street And S. Park View Street, Los Angeles

  • (1:05)  Frank Dooley's House / 1829 N. Edgemont Street, Los Angeles

  • (1:05)  The Bank Garage / 645 W. 5th Street, Los Angeles (Note: This Is Just A Guess On The Exact Address Because This Building Actually Has A Flower Street Address But The Scene Takes Place On W. 5th Street)

  • (1:09)  Traffic Jam On A Bridge / 6th Street Bridge, Los Angeles (Note: This View Is Looking West)

  • (1:11)  Spot Where Kane Force Lazarus And Klepper Off The Road / 210 S. Santa Fe Avenue, Los Angeles (Note: This Area Has Changed A Lot Since The Movie Was Made. The View Is Looking South)

  • (1:20)  The Fiery Crash / 450 S. Santa Fe Avenue, Los Angeles


  1. I am inspired to know about these beautiful filming locations in Chicago and Los Angeles. But, there are also good filming places in Vancouver, Canada and many film industries can make their films in stylish apartments of Vancouver.

  2. Fantastic job on finding all these locations! Keep up the good work.

  3. Just on the other side of The Sport Pit is where "D-Fens" shoots out the phone booth in Falling Down.