Film_Locations_in_San_Francisco

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497 Family Plot 90 1976 45 Grace Cathedral Episcopal Church (1100 California Street) Grace Cathedral Episcopal Church is the West Coast's largest Episcopalian cathedral. Universal Pictures 15 Universal Pictures 41 Alfred Hitchcock 81 Ernest Lehman 83 Karen Black 302 Bruce Dern 70 Barbara Harris 474
498 Family Plot 90 1976 45 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. Universal Pictures 15 Universal Pictures 41 Alfred Hitchcock 81 Ernest Lehman 83 Karen Black 302 Bruce Dern 70 Barbara Harris 474
499 Family Plot 90 1976 45 2230 Sacramento Street Called "1001 Franklin" in the film. Universal Pictures 15 Universal Pictures 41 Alfred Hitchcock 81 Ernest Lehman 83 Karen Black 302 Bruce Dern 70 Barbara Harris 474
500 Family Plot 90 1976 45 Nob Hill Railroad tycoons like Leland Stanford (founder of Stanford University) lived in Nob Hill at the turn of the 20th Century. The 1906 earthquake completely destroyed Nob Hill, with the exception of the wall that surrounded the mansions of Stanford and his neighbor Mark Hopkins. Universal Pictures 15 Universal Pictures 41 Alfred Hitchcock 81 Ernest Lehman 83 Karen Black 302 Bruce Dern 70 Barbara Harris 474
880 Marnie 161 1964 51 On Board the SS President Cleveland, docked at Pier 50   Universal Pictures 15 Universal Pictures 41 Alfred Hitchcock 81 Jay Presson Allen 140 Tippi Hedren 116 Sean Connery 107 Martin Gabel 498
1326 The Birds 243 1963 67 Powell and Geary Streets (Union Square) The pet shop featured in the film does not exist, but was based on the now-closed Robison's House of Pets formerly located on Maiden Lane. Universal Pictures 15 Universal Pictures 41 Alfred Hitchcock 81 Evan Hunter 211 Tippi Hedren 116 Suzanne Pleshette 187 Rod Taylor 528
1565 Vertigo 298 1958 72 Palace of Fine Arts (3301 Lyon Street) The original Palace was built for the 1915 Panama-Pacific Exposition, and completely destroyed in 1964. It was rebuilt in 1965. Alfred J. Hitchcock Productions 174 Paramount Pictures 3 Alfred Hitchcock 81 Alec Coppel 258 James Stewart 432 Kim Novak 231 Barbara Bel Geddes 106
1566 Vertigo 298 1958 72 York Hotel (940 Sutter Street)   Alfred J. Hitchcock Productions 174 Paramount Pictures 3 Alfred Hitchcock 81 Alec Coppel 258 James Stewart 432 Kim Novak 231 Barbara Bel Geddes 106
1567 Vertigo 298 1958 72 San Francisco Drydock (20th and Illinois Streets)   Alfred J. Hitchcock Productions 174 Paramount Pictures 3 Alfred Hitchcock 81 Alec Coppel 258 James Stewart 432 Kim Novak 231 Barbara Bel Geddes 106
1568 Vertigo 298 1958 72 Park Hill Sanatorium (351 Buena Vista Avenue East) This location is now a condominium complex. Alfred J. Hitchcock Productions 174 Paramount Pictures 3 Alfred Hitchcock 81 Alec Coppel 258 James Stewart 432 Kim Novak 231 Barbara Bel Geddes 106
1569 Vertigo 298 1958 72 Mission San Juan Bautista (2nd & Mariposa Streets)   Alfred J. Hitchcock Productions 174 Paramount Pictures 3 Alfred Hitchcock 81 Alec Coppel 258 James Stewart 432 Kim Novak 231 Barbara Bel Geddes 106
1570 Vertigo 298 1958 72 Mission Dolores (3321 16th Street, Mission District) Mission Dolores' official name is Mission San Francisco de Assis. It is the oldest building in San Francisco, built in 1791, and has survived two major earthquakes. Alfred J. Hitchcock Productions 174 Paramount Pictures 3 Alfred Hitchcock 81 Alec Coppel 258 James Stewart 432 Kim Novak 231 Barbara Bel Geddes 106
1571 Vertigo 298 1958 72 Gough & Eddy Streets (Western Addition)   Alfred J. Hitchcock Productions 174 Paramount Pictures 3 Alfred Hitchcock 81 Alec Coppel 258 James Stewart 432 Kim Novak 231 Barbara Bel Geddes 106
1572 Vertigo 298 1958 72 Fort Point (Presidio, Golden Gate National Recreation Area) Built in 1853, Fort Point is the only West Coast fort built by the Union Army. Though the Confederate army planned to attack San Francisco, the commanding Confederate general learned that the war had ended while end route to SF. Alfred J. Hitchcock Productions 174 Paramount Pictures 3 Alfred Hitchcock 81 Alec Coppel 258 James Stewart 432 Kim Novak 231 Barbara Bel Geddes 106
1573 Vertigo 298 1958 72 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. Alfred J. Hitchcock Productions 174 Paramount Pictures 3 Alfred Hitchcock 81 Alec Coppel 258 James Stewart 432 Kim Novak 231 Barbara Bel Geddes 106
1574 Vertigo 298 1958 72 Ernie's Restaurant (847 Montgomery Street) Called the "Essex Club" in the film. Alfred J. Hitchcock Productions 174 Paramount Pictures 3 Alfred Hitchcock 81 Alec Coppel 258 James Stewart 432 Kim Novak 231 Barbara Bel Geddes 106
1575 Vertigo 298 1958 72 Conservatory of Flowers (Golden Gate Park) The Conservatory, unveiled in 1879, is the oldest public conservatory in the Western Hemisphere. Alfred J. Hitchcock Productions 174 Paramount Pictures 3 Alfred Hitchcock 81 Alec Coppel 258 James Stewart 432 Kim Novak 231 Barbara Bel Geddes 106
1576 Vertigo 298 1958 72 Claude Lane at Bush Street   Alfred J. Hitchcock Productions 174 Paramount Pictures 3 Alfred Hitchcock 81 Alec Coppel 258 James Stewart 432 Kim Novak 231 Barbara Bel Geddes 106
1577 Vertigo 298 1958 72 California Palace of the Legion of Honor (34th Avenue & Clement, Lincoln Park) Built in 1924, the Legion of Honor is a 3/4 replica of the Parisian Palais de la Legion d'Honneur. Alfred J. Hitchcock Productions 174 Paramount Pictures 3 Alfred Hitchcock 81 Alec Coppel 258 James Stewart 432 Kim Novak 231 Barbara Bel Geddes 106
1578 Vertigo 298 1958 72 Brocklebank Apartments (1000 Mason Street)   Alfred J. Hitchcock Productions 174 Paramount Pictures 3 Alfred Hitchcock 81 Alec Coppel 258 James Stewart 432 Kim Novak 231 Barbara Bel Geddes 106
1579 Vertigo 298 1958 72 900 Lombard Street Lombard Street is not actually the most crooked in SF. That honor goes to Potrero Hill's Vermont Street between 22nd and 23rd. Alfred J. Hitchcock Productions 174 Paramount Pictures 3 Alfred Hitchcock 81 Alec Coppel 258 James Stewart 432 Kim Novak 231 Barbara Bel Geddes 106
1580 Vertigo 298 1958 72 1007 Gough Street Tennis courts now sit on the site; in the movie the structure was Carlota Valdes' home. Alfred J. Hitchcock Productions 174 Paramount Pictures 3 Alfred Hitchcock 81 Alec Coppel 258 James Stewart 432 Kim Novak 231 Barbara Bel Geddes 106

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CREATE TABLE "Film_Locations_in_San_Francisco" (
"Title" INTEGER,
  "Release Year" INTEGER,
  "Locations" TEXT,
  "Fun Facts" REAL,
  "Production Company" INTEGER,
  "Distributor" INTEGER,
  "Director" INTEGER,
  "Writer" INTEGER,
  "Actor 1" INTEGER,
  "Actor 2" INTEGER,
  "Actor 3" INTEGER
,
FOREIGN KEY ("Title") REFERENCES [Title](id),
    FOREIGN KEY ("Director") REFERENCES [Director](id),
    FOREIGN KEY ("Actor 2") REFERENCES [Actors](id),
    FOREIGN KEY ("Actor 1") REFERENCES [Actors](id),
    FOREIGN KEY ("Writer") REFERENCES [Writer](id),
    FOREIGN KEY ("Release Year") REFERENCES [Release Year](id),
    FOREIGN KEY ("Actor 3") REFERENCES [Actors](id),
    FOREIGN KEY ("Production Company") REFERENCES [Production Company](id),
    FOREIGN KEY ("Distributor") REFERENCES [Distributor](id));
CREATE INDEX ["Film_Locations_in_San_Francisco_Title"] ON [Film_Locations_in_San_Francisco]("Title");
CREATE INDEX ["Film_Locations_in_San_Francisco_Director"] ON [Film_Locations_in_San_Francisco]("Director");
CREATE INDEX ["Film_Locations_in_San_Francisco_Actor 2"] ON [Film_Locations_in_San_Francisco]("Actor 2");
CREATE INDEX ["Film_Locations_in_San_Francisco_Actor 1"] ON [Film_Locations_in_San_Francisco]("Actor 1");
CREATE INDEX ["Film_Locations_in_San_Francisco_Writer"] ON [Film_Locations_in_San_Francisco]("Writer");
CREATE INDEX ["Film_Locations_in_San_Francisco_Release Year"] ON [Film_Locations_in_San_Francisco]("Release Year");
CREATE INDEX ["Film_Locations_in_San_Francisco_Actor 3"] ON [Film_Locations_in_San_Francisco]("Actor 3");
CREATE INDEX ["Film_Locations_in_San_Francisco_Production Company"] ON [Film_Locations_in_San_Francisco]("Production Company");
CREATE INDEX ["Film_Locations_in_San_Francisco_Distributor"] ON [Film_Locations_in_San_Francisco]("Distributor");
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