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A VIEW TO A KILL

NORTHERN CALIFORNIA
Filming Locations —

Golden Gate National Recreation Area, Marin County.

Millbrae, San Mateo County: San Andreas Lake.

Oakland, Alameda County: Dunsmuir House & Gardens.

Richmond, Contra Costa County: Oil-tanker docks near the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge.

City and County of San Francisco: Fisherman's Wharf. Japantown. San Francisco City Hall. Market Street. Potrero Hill. Third Street Bridge. Financial District. Golden Gate Bridge.

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The Golden Gate Bridge, connecting San Francisco to Marin County.
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Fisherman's Wharf — Jefferson Street between Taylor and Jones Streets.
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These shots are probably from the oil-tanker docks just south of the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge..
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Japantown — Buchanan at Post Street.
In the background is the Peace Pagoda, designed by Yoshiro Taniguchi and built in 1968.
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These composites show the exterior and interior of San Francisco City Hall on Polk Street between McAllister and Grove.
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Possibly Highway 280 through San Francisco.
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San Andreas Lake is off Highway 280 above Millbrae.
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Exteriors and interiors of the Dunsmuir House at 2960 Peralta Oaks Court, Oakland.
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Some more views of San Francisco City Hall. The staircase here was truly filmed there, but most of
the other interiors (hallways, offices, elevator shaft) were done on a stage in England.
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The exterior of City Hall was made to look as if it were on fire, and no damage was done to the building whatsoever.
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Southwest on Market Street at
the intersection of Battery and Bush Streets.
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Northeast on Market Street, though I'm not sure which intersection this is or which building is under construction.
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Somewhere on Potrero Hill, possibly within a
2-block radius of De Haro and 20th Streets.
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This is north on Potrero Avenue at 17th Street (the fire truck is heading south) in San Francisco.
There's now a McDonalds where the Chevron was once located.
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Possibly California Street.
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Possibly on Mission Street.
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Third Street Bridge, connecting South of Market to China Basin.
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Possibly views of San Jose / Silicon Valley, but I don't know from where....
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The first picture of downtown San Francisco shows part of the freeway that was torn down after the 1989 Earthquake.
The second one shows one of its former offramps next to the Embaracadero Center buildings.
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West on Jackson Street at Battery.
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Golden Gate Bridge, with the Marin Headlands behind it.
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A lot of the final battle on the Golden Gate Bridge was shot in England.
The second picture is a behind-the-scenes shot of the Golden Gate Bridge set that was built.
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Another view from the Golden Gate Bridge with its behind-the-scenes counterpart, except this one was truly shot on the bridge.
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Tanya Roberts is really only hanging about three feet
off the ground in England, and the traffic was added in later.
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San Francisco Bay.

A View to a Kill (1985)
CAST: Roger Moore, Christopher Walken, Tanya Roberts, Grace Jones, Patrick Macnee, Patrck Bauchau, David Yip, Fiona Fullerton, Manning Redwood, Alison Doody, Willoughby Gray, Desmond Llewelyn, Dolph Lundgren....
WRITER: Ian Fleming, Richard Maibaum, Michael G. Wilson
PRODUCER: Albert R. Broccoli, Tom Pevsner, Michael G. Wilson
DIRECTOR: John Glen
PRODUCTION DESIGNER: Peter Lamont
CINEMATOGRAPHER: Alan Hume
EDITOR: Peter Davies
LOCATIONS DEPARTMENT / BAY AREA: Rory Enke

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