Part Two

Actual Southern California locations where 2005's "Bewitched" was filmed.







The studio scenes (where they were filming the new TV show, and where the auditions were held)
were shot at Culver Studios, where Gone With the Wind and King Kong were filmed.


It is now part of Sony Studios (which also owns the larger MGM studios to the west).
It's located at 9336 W. Washington Blvd, in Culver City.






The romantic scene at dusk near the ocean, where the two are eating Chinese food
with chopsticks (he feeds her a water chestnut) and Darrin shows Samantha his
acting 'tricks', was shot in Palisades Park, which runs along the coastal cliffs of
Ocean Avenue (between San Vicente and the Pier), in Santa Monica.





The final car chase scene (where 'Uncle Arthur' drives Darrin / Jack through the city
streets in pursuit of a broom-flying Samantha / Isabel), ends at Culver Studios,
but those chase scenes on the way there were actually filmed miles away, in the Valley.
To be exact, they were shot on the 21000 block of Sherman Way, in Canoga Park,
(between Alabama Ave and Remmet Ave.) 







At the end of the film, Darrin / Jack carries Samantha / Isabel
over the threshold of their new home, which looks exactly
like the studio house set they used on their TV series.

In real life, this is an actual house, located in the posh Hancock Park neighborhood
of Los Angeles (not far from the "Cheaper by the Dozen" and "The Hot Chick" houses).
The address is at 510 S. Lucerne Blvd. - between 5th & 6th Streets. (In the film, they
changed the house number to read "1164" to match the original TV "Bewitched" address.)

(Thanks to Mark Langlois for tracking down this location.)

WarningThis is a private home. Do not trespass on their property,
knock on their door, or disturb the residents' privacy.





         

Most of photos on this page are stills from the DVD of "Bewitched"
(which you can buy by clicking here) and are copyright Sony/Columbia Pictures.

The photo of the honeymoon house and the rest of the page is copyright Gary J. Wayne - 2006 / Seeing-Stars.com