Marvel's Agents of SHIELD

  The Southern California locations where Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. is filmed.




In Episode 16, S.H.I.E.L.D., trying to find the Clairvoyant, begins double-checking people they
had once considered possibly superpowered, but whom they had crossed off their list.


Melinda May & agent Blake go to "Tranquility Bridge", a convalescent home in Macon, Georgia,
to investigate one Thomas Nash, a supposedly catatonic patient injured in a head-on collision.

But instead of finding Nash, they are surprised by Deathlok, who almost kills Blake.


So where did they find that beautiful Southern colonial mansion?

No, this is not Macon Georgia.  This is Hollywood.

Take a good look at that mansion in the screencap above. Look familiar?

  If you're a fan of classic movies, it should.

That mansion was seen in the credits of every David O. Selznick production,
from "Gone with the Wind" to "A Star Is Born".

The mansion sits in front of what was once the Selznick Studios (it's now called
Culver Studios) at 9336 W Washington Blvd, in Culver City, CA.


They filmed the "burning of Atlanta" scene from "Gone with the Wind" on
the back lot of the studio, as well as "King Kong", "Citizen Kane" and other classics.

(You can read more about it here.)

It's just east of the larger, legendary MGM Studios (which is now Sony Studios).

Here is that famous logo:



Here is a StreetView of the Culver mansion, as seen from Washington Blvd.

         







Marvel's Agents of SHIELD


The photos on this page are stills from "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D."
(which you can buy here) and are copyright ABC/Disney/Marvel.

The rest of the page is copyright Gary J. Wayne - 2014 / Seeing-Stars.com