Seeing Stars: Where the Movies Were Shot (on Location)
Well, it's not in Burbank. But it IS in the Valley.
Only about 20 miles west of Burbank
The exterior shot (above) that you see on the show
is actually an old Mervyn's department store, located in the Fallbrook Center mall, at 6605 Fallbrook Ave, in West Hills (near Canoga Park).
In the shot above, you are looking north, at the south side of the store. As you can see in the aerial photo below, it's a perfect match (except for the fake "Buy More" sign, of course).
Mervyn's stores went out of business in 2009, and the store space now houses a Sprout's Farmers Market.
Here is a Google Street View of the store.
So, what about the "Wienerlicious" fast food place
Or, for that matter, the "Orange Orange" she worked at later?
They were both the same place. They used the north side of a small restaurant
(The small building has since been replaced by an Olive Garden.)
Here's a Google StreetView of the place.
And do you remember that beautiful stone church where Chuck & Sarah
This is actually the Church of the Angels, at 1100 Avenue 64, in Pasadena, CA.
(Here's a matching Google StreetView of the church.)
So what about Sarah's dream house?
Believe it or not, it's real - right down to the red door & white picket fence.
You'll find it at 4247 Warner Blvd, Burbank (near Toluca Lake),
(Here's a matching Google StreetView of the house.)
[ Warning: this is a private home. Do not trespass on their property,
The very final, poignant scene from "Chuck" has Chuck & Sarah sitting on a beach,
This final scene was shot on Cabrillo Beach, in San Pedro, CA.
But not the main beach. It was shot on a small stretch of beach on a jetty
The camera was looking north, as Chuck & Sarah faced the ocean to the south.
(Here's a matching Bing Birds-Eye view of that beach.)
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