Ed Wood

  • (0:05)  The Theater Where Ed Wood's Small Play Was Taking Place / 1713 N. Cahuenga Blvd, Hollywood (Note: This Building Has Since Been Torn Down)

  • (0:08)  Ed Wood's Workplace / Still Searching For This Location

  • (0:08)  Ed Wood Delivering The Tree To A Studio / Warner Bros; 4000 Warner Blvd, Burbank

  • (0:11)  Wood Going To See Georgie Weiss At Screen Classics / Securitech Security; 2733 N. San Fernando Road, Los Angeles

  • (0:14)  Wood Leaving A Bar / Boardner's; 1652 N. Cherokee Avenue, Hollywood

  • (0:14)  Wood Seeing Bela Lugosi Inside A Casket In Hollywood Mortuary / 1654 N. Cherokee Avenue, Hollywood (Note: This Isn't Really A Casket Company)

  • (0:17)  Wood Dropping Lugosi Off At His House / 1933 W. 147th Street, Gardena

  • (0:24)  Ed Wood's Apartment Building / 450 N. Ogden Drive, Los Angeles

  • (0:29)  Wood Preparing To Shoot Their First Scene Without A Filming Permit For "Glen Or Glenda" When Soon After A Police Car Is Spotted / 5642 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles (Note: The Officer Is Turning Right From N. Gramercy Place)

  • (0:30)  The Back Exterior For Larchmont Studios / Still Searching For This Location

  • (0:36)  Wood Arriving At The Studio To See Mr. Feldman / Warner Bros Gate #2; 4000 Warner Blvd, Burbank

  • (0:40)  Wood Watching And Later Recruiting Wrestler Tor Johnson / Grand Olympic Auditorium; 1801 S. Grand Avenue, Los Angeles

  • (0:49)  Wood Eating At The Famous Brown Derby Restaurant / Ambassador Hotel Property; 3400 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles (Note: This Building Has Since Been Torn Down)

  • (1:05)  Filming The Scene With The Fake Octopus / Griffith Park, Los Angeles

  • (1:13)  Dolores Fuller Breaking Up With Ed Wood / 305 S. Santa Fe Avenue, Los Angeles

  • (1:26)  Wood Taking Bela Lugosi Out Of The Rehab Facility / Department Of State Hospitals; 11401 Bloomfield Avenue, Norwalk (Note: These Are Now Apartments And The Exact Building Used In The Movie Is Next Door To Metropolitan State Hospital Museum On The West Side Of The Building On N. Circle Road)

  • (1:27)  The Gang Going To The Premiere Of "Bride Of The Monster" / 1653 Cravens Avenue, Torrance (Note: This Building Has Since Been Torn Down)

  • (1:30)  Bela Lugosi Performing On The Sidewalk / 1716 N. Wilcox Avenue, Hollywood

  • (1:33)  The Cemetery Where The Funeral Was Held For Bela Lugosi / Sunnyside Cemetery; 1095 E. Willow Street, Long Beach

  • (1:34)  Ed Wood's Latest Apartment Building / 6383 Yucca Street, Hollywood

  • (1:38)  Ed Wood Discovers A Bela Lugosi Double At An Eatery / Quality Cafe; 1236 W. 7th Street, Los Angeles (Note: This Is Only Used As A Filming Location Is No Longer A Working Restaurant)

  • (1:39)  The Gang Go To A Church To Get Baptized / Toluca Lake First United Methodist Church; 4301 Cahuenga Blvd, Toluca Lake

  • (1:40)  The Swimming Pool Used For The Baptisms / Still Searching For This Location

  • (1:46)  The Front Exterior To Larchmont Studios / 1633 Cosmo Street, Hollywood

  • (1:46)  The Exterior Of The Bar That Wood Runs Off To / Musso And Frank Grill; 6667 Hollywood Blvd, Hollywood (Note: The Interior Was Back At Boardner's Seen Near The Beginning Of The Movie)

  • (1:53)  Wood Going To The Premiere Of His Latest Movie / Pantages Theater; 6233 Hollywood Blvd, Hollywood (Note: Only The Exterior Was Used)

  • (1:53)  The Interior Of The Theater / Orpheum Theatre; 842 S. Broadway, Los Angeles

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