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rowidTitleRelease YearLocationsFun FactsProduction CompanyDistributorDirectorWriterActor 1Actor 2Actor 3
1 1 1 Epic Roasthouse (399 Embarcadero)   1   1 1 237 1 439
2 1 1 Mason & California Streets (Nob Hill)   1   1 1 237 1 439
3 1 1 Justin Herman Plaza   1   1 1 237 1 439
4 1 1 200 block Market Street   1   1 1 237 1 439
5 1 1 City Hall   1   1 1 237 1 439
6 1 1 Polk & Larkin Streets   1   1 1 237 1 439
7 1 1 Randall Museum   1   1 1 237 1 439
8 1 1 555 Market St.   1   1 1 237 1 439
9 2 2     2 1 2   238    
10 3 3 The Walden House, Buena Vista Park Established in 1867, Buena Vista Park is the oldest official park in San Francisco. 3 2 3 2 239 2  
11 3 3 Café Trieste (609 Vallejo) Francis Ford Coppola allegedly wrote large portions of "The Godfather" trilogy in Café Trieste. 3 2 3 2 239 2  
12 4 4     4 3 4 3 19 3 440
13 5 5 Rainforest Café (145 Jefferson Street)   5 4 5 4 240 4  
14 6 6 20th and Folsom Streets   6 5 6 5 241 5  
15 6 6 Golden Gate Park During San Francisco's Gold Rush era, the Park was part of an area designated as the "Great Sand Waste". 6 5 6 5 241 5  
16 7 7 Embarcadero Freeway Embarcadero Freeway, which was featured in the film was demolished in 1989 because of structural damage from the 1989 Loma Prieta Earthquake) 7 6 7 6 242 6  
17 7 7 Fairmont Hotel (950 Mason Street, Nob Hill) In 1945 the Fairmont hosted the United Nations Conference on International Organization as delegates arrived to draft a charter for the organization. The U.S. Secretary of State, Edward Stettinius drafted the charter in the hotel's Garden Room. 7 6 7 6 242 6  
18 7 7 San Francisco Chronicle (901 Mission Street at 15th Street) The San Francisco Zodiac Killer of the late 1960s sent his notes and letters to the Chronicle's offices. 7 6 7 6 242 6  
19 7 7 Broadway (North Beach)   7 6 7 6 242 6  
20 8 8 75 California Street   4 3 8 7 243 7  
21 9 8 Grace Cathedral Episcopal Church (1100 California Street) Grace Cathedral Episcopal Church is the West Coast's largest Episcopalian cathedral. 4 3 8 7 243 7  
22 9 8 Hills Brothers Plaza (Embarcadero at Harrison Street)   4 3 8 7 243 7  
23 9 8 San Francisco International Airport SFO has a museum dedicated to aviation history. 4 3 8 7 243 7  
24 10 9 City Hall The dome of SF's City Hall is almost a foot taller than that of the US Capitol Building. In 1954, Joe DiMaggio and Marilyn Monroe married at the Beaux Arts-style building. 8 7 9 8 244 8 441
25 10 9 Port of San Francisco   8 7 9 8 244 8 441
26 11 10 420 Jones St. at Ellis St.   9 8 10 9 245 9  
27 10 9 Lefty O' Doul Drawbridge/ 3rd Street Bridge (3rd Street, China Basin) This is SF's only drawbridge, and was named after Francis Joseph "Lefty" O'Doul, a local baseball hero. 8 7 9 8 244 8 441
28 10 9 Golden Gate Bridge With 23 miles of ladders and 300,000 rivets in each tower, the Golden Gate Bridge was the world's longest span when it opened in 1937. 8 7 9 8 244 8 441
29 10 9 Embarcadero Freeway Embarcadero Freeway, which was featured in the film, was demolished in 1989 because of structural damage from the 1989 Loma Prieta Earthquake) 8 7 9 8 244 8 441
30 10 9 Potrero Hill The most crooked street in San Francisco is actually Potrero Hill's Vermont Street between 20th St & 22nd St. 8 7 9 8 244 8 441
31 10 9 City Hall The dome of SF's City Hall is almost a foot taller than that of the US Capitol Building. In 1954, Joe DiMaggio and Marilyn Monroe married at the Beaux Arts-style building. 8 7 9 8 244 8 441
32 10 9 Chinatown First established in the mid-19th Century, SF's Chinatown is the oldest and largest Chinatown in the US. 8 7 9 8 244 8 441
33 10 9 Burger Island (901 3rd Street, China Basin)   8 7 9 8 244 8 441
34 10 9 Van Ness Avenue   8 7 9 8 244 8 441
35 10 9 Taylor and Jefferson Streets (Fisherman's Wharf)   8 7 9 8 244 8 441
36 12 11 Broderick from Fulton to McAlister   10 9 11 10 246 10  
37 12 11 Crissy Field   10 9 11 10 246 10  
38 12 11 Powell from Bush and Sutter   10 9 11 10 246 10  
39 13 12 Coit Tower The Tower was funded by a gift bequeathed by Lillie Hitchcock Coit, a socialite who reportedly liked to chase fires. Though the tower resembles a firehose nozzle, it was not designed this way. 8 10 12 11 247 11 432
40 14 10 Pier 50- end of the pier   11   13 12 248 12 442
41 14 10 California @ Montgomery   11   13 12 248 12 442
42 14 10 Montgomery/Green   11   13 12 248 12 442
43 14 10 Driving various SF Streets   11   13 12 248 12 442
44 14 10 Plate Shots SF streets various   11   13 12 248 12 442
45 15 13 Filbert St. from Jones to Mason   12 11 14 13 249 13  
46 15 13 Leavenworth from Filbert & Francisco St   12 11 14 13 249 13  
47 15 13 Chestnut St. from Larkin to Columbus   12 11 14 13 249 13  
48 15 13 Francisco St from Larkin to Polk   12 11 14 13 249 13  
49 15 13 Broadway from Mason to Taylor   12 11 14 13 249 13  
50 15 13 Taylor St. from Broadway to Filbert   12 11 14 13 249 13  
51 11 10 Broadway between Powell and Davis Driving shots 9 8 10 9 245 9  
52 16 14 Cliff House (1090 Point Lobos Avenue) In 1887, the Cliff House was severely damaged when the schooner Parallel, abandoned and loaded with dynamite, ran aground on the rocks below. 13 12 15 14 250 14 443
53 16 14 San Francisco Bay   13 12 15 14 250 14 443
54 16 14 Fairmont Hotel (950 Mason Street, Nob Hill) In 1945 the Fairmont hosted the United Nations Conference on International Organization as delegates arrived to draft a charter for the organization. The U.S. Secretary of State, Edward Stettinius drafted the charter in the hotel's Garden Room. 13 12 15 14 250 14 443
55 17 15 Curran Theater (445 Geary Street) Called the Shubert Theatre in the film. 14 13 16 15 251 15 444
56 18 16 Mel's Drive-In (Corner of Van Ness & Mission Street, Mission District) This restaurant location was demolished; however another Mel's was reopened in 1986 on 3355 Geary Blvd. 15 14 17 16 252 16 445
57 18 16 3355 Geary Blvd.   15 14 17 16 252 16 445
58 19 5     16   18 17 253 17  
59 20 10 St. Francis Episcopal Church (399 San Fernando Way)   17   19 18 254 18 446
60 20 10 Romolo Place @ Fresno St.   17   19 18 254 18 446
61 20 10 Palace of Fine Arts   17   19 18 254 18 446
62 20 10 John Shelley Drive John McLaren Park   17   19 18 254 18 446
63 20 10 Treasure Island   17   19 18 254 18 446
64 20 10 The San Francisco School (300 Gavin St.)   17   19 18 254 18 446
65 20 10 33 Spruce St   17   19 18 254 18 446
66 20 10 Coi Restaurant (373 Broadway)   17   19 18 254 18 446
67 20 10 Foreign Cinema (2534 Mission)   17   19 18 254 18 446
68 20 10 Bernal Heights Park   17   19 18 254 18 446
69 20 10 Jackson St. at Spruce   17   19 18 254 18 446
70 20 10 679 Madrid St   17   19 18 254 18 446
71 20 10 Roxie Theater (3117 16th St.)   17   19 18 254 18 446
72 20 10 Variety Preview Room (582 Market St.)   17   19 18 254 18 446
73 20 10 Laguna Honda Hospital; 375 Laguna Honda Blvd.   17   19 18 254 18 446
74 20 10 3232 Jackson Ave.   17   19 18 254 18 446
75 20 10 20th St and Illinois/Faxon St. and Kenwood/Glenbrook at Mt. Springs   17   19 18 254 18 446
76 21 17     18 3 4 3 3 19  
77 11 10 Conzelman Rd at McCollough Rd and down Conzelman Rd. Aerial shots 9 8 10 9 245 9  
78 11 10 Lombard at Hyde   9 8 10 9 245 9  
79 11 10 601 Buena Vista Ave West at Java St.   9 8 10 9 245 9  
80 11 10 Columbus between Bay and Washington Driving shots 9 8 10 9 245 9  
81 11 10 California between Kearney and Davis Driving shots 9 8 10 9 245 9  
82 11 10 Pine between Kearney and Davis Driving shots 9 8 10 9 245 9  
83 11 10 Market between Stuart and Van Ness Driving shots 9 8 10 9 245 9  
84 11 10 Grant between Bush and Broadway Driving shots 9 8 10 9 245 9  
85 11 10 Intersection of Broadway at Kearney Driving shots 9 8 10 9 245 9  
86 11 10 Intersection of California at Polk Driving shots 9 8 10 9 245 9  
87 11 10 Treasure Island, Building #1, Ave of the Palms Aerial and exterior shots 9 8 10 9 245 9  
88 22 18 Ocean Beach On Jan. 25, 1878, the King Philip ship crashed in Ocean Beach. Occasionally, the ship's wreckage may be found on the beach-- most recently it was seen in 2007. 19 15 20 19 255    
89 23 7 Hyde Street Cable Car SF Cable Cars are the only moving National Historical Landmark. 20 16 21 20 256    
90 24 19     21 17 22 21 257 20  
91 25 20 Fairmont Hotel (950 Mason Street, Nob Hill)   22 18 23 22 258 21 447
92 25 20 Embarcadero around Rincon Park   22 18 23 22 258 21 447
93 25 20 San Remo Hotel (2237 Mason)   22 18 23 22 258 21 447
94 25 20 Huntington Park (California & Taylor Streets, Nob Hill)   22 18 23 22 258 21 447
95 25 20 Driving around Taylor/Pacific/Leavenworth   22 18 23 22 258 21 447
96 25 20 California and Jones St.   22 18 23 22 258 21 447
97 25 20 Another Café, 1191 Pine St at Leavenworth   22 18 23 22 258 21 447
98 26 21     23 19 24 23 259 22 448
99 27 22 Yerba Buena Center for the Arts   24 20 25 24 245 23 449
100 27 22 Transbay Terminal (Mission Street at 1st Street) Built in 1939, the Terminal linked San Francisco, the East Bay, and Sacramento by rail for the first time. 24 20 25 24 245 23 449
101 27 22 Tosca Café (242 Columbus Avenue)   24 20 25 24 245 23 449
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