Filming Locations —

Carmel, Monterey County: Carmel Highlands, 157 Spindrift Road off Highway 1. The Stinson Beach scenes were mostly filmed at Garrapata Beach, south of Carmel. Carmel Valley Village.

Marin Headlands, Marin County.

Mill Valley, Marin County.

Oakland, Alameda County: Michael Douglas' partner George Dzundza was killed at the former John Breuner Company building, 2201 Broadway.

Petaluma, Sonoma County: Iron-front buildings on Howard, Sixth, and Liberty Streets. Western Avenue. St. Vincent's Church. The car chase was on Petaluma Boulevard. B Street to East Washington. The Dobkins House was filmed at 26 Liberty Street, though the film calls it Albion Road in Mill Valley.

Rohnert Park, Sonoma County: The Salinas Medical Center was actually the one in Rohnert Park on Medical Center Drive, just off of Snyder. The Sonoma Mountains are visible in the background and the building has the same address number in the movie and real life. Another scene was supposedly shot on Rohnert Park Expressway.

Stinson Beach, Marin County.

City and County of San Francisco: Catherine Tramell (Sharon Stone)'s place was at 2930 Vallejo Street at Baker. The country-western bar is the real-life Rawhide II at 280 -7th Street. The bar that the cops hung out at is Tosca Café at 242 Columbus Street. Other locations included: 1158-78 Montgomery Street and the Kearny Street Hill.

Basic Instinct (1992)
CAST: Michael Douglas, Sharon Stone, George Dzundza, Jeanne Tripplehorn, Denis Arndt, Leilani Sarelle, Bruce A. Young, Chelcie Ross, Dorothy Malone, Wayne Knight, Daniel von Bargen, Stephen Tobolowsky, Jack McGee, James Rebhorn....
WRITER: Joe Eszterhas
PRODUCER: William S. Beasley, Louis D'Esposito, Mario Kassar, Alan Marshall
DIRECTOR: Paul Verhoeven
EDITOR: Frank J. Urioste

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