Movies in Monterey by Location

MONTEREY

Beautiful Monterey (1917)
Scenes filmed at Fisherman's Wharf, elsewhere on the waterfront, and on the streets on Monterey.

The Big Bounce (1969)
Scenes filmed at Colton Hall, Monterey Boat Works, and elsewhere on the Peninsula.

Braveheart (1926)
Cavalry scenes filmed at the Presidio of Monterey, then a cavalry post.

California (1947)
Scenes filmed at Monterey's historic landmarks, including Colton Hall. See Also:  Carmel.

The Candidate (1972)
Scenes shot at the Monterey marina.

Cannery Row (1982)
Scenes filmed at the Cannery waterfront.  (Cannery Row street scenes were done in a sound studio in Culver City.) See Also:  Marina.

Captain January (1936)
Shot at Fisherman's Wharf. See Also:  Pacific Grove, Pebble Beach and Point Lobos.

Captains Courageous (1937)
Scenes filmed on Monterey Bay involving two schooners, which tied up at Wharf No. 2 in Monterey.

Clash by Night (1952)
Scenes filmed on Cannery Row.

Dust Be My Destiny (1939)
Scenes filmed in front of Colton Hall.

Edge of Darkness (1943)
Scenes filmed at Fisherman's Wharf which was transformed into a Norwegian fishing village.  See Also:  Pebble Beach and Point Lobos.

Famous Places (1937)
Film includes footage of the stage melodrama “Tatters, the Pet of Squatter's Gulch,”  at California's First Theater.

Four Daughters (1938)
Scenes filmed in front of Colton Hall.

Gentleman's Agreement (1947)
Scenes filmed at various Peninsula locations.

Gladsome (1917)
Fishing scenes were filmed at McAbee Beach on Cannery Row.

I Cover the Waterfront (1933)
Monterey stood in for the San Diego waterfront, where the story is set; film crew was in Monterey for two months; in one filming sequence Sal Colletto, “Beau Brummel” of Fisherman's Wharf was photographed at the wheel of his purse seiner, the Dante Alighieri, about a mile off Fishmerman's Wharf.

In Love and War (1958)
Scenes filmed at Fisherman's Wharf. Ted Balestreri, then a Freshman at Monterey Peninsula College and now co-owner of the Sardine Factory, had a speaking role in three scenes.  See Also: Monterey Peninsula and Pebble Beach.

The Isle of Life (1916)
Scenes filmed at J.A. Murphy house in New Monterey, old Hotel Del Monte and its polo grounds and bridal paths, a street flanked by old adobes and Monterey harbor filled with fishing boats.  See Also:  Carmel.

Julie (1956)
Scenes filmed at the Monterey Peninsula Airport and Colton Hall.  Monty Hellam, a former police judge, had a bit part and was in Colton Hall when “Julie”  went to the Carmel Police Station to report an attempt on her life.

The Little Giant (1933)
A scene was shot in a polo field at the old Hotel Del Monte and was used for a cominal scene in which Robinson and his fellow gangster characters try to play polo.

Mutiny on the Bounty (1935)
Scenes filmed in the Monterey Harbor aboard the ships Pandora and Bounty.

The Other Side of the Door (1916)
Filmed at Monterey's historic sites.  Local actors, Herb Nuttal, Phil Satterbach, Wilton Gonzendorier, Alvin Johnson, Margaret Wright, Fred Nicholson and Helen Otis were cast in supporting roles.

The Parent Trap (1961)
Scenes filmed at the baggage counter at the Monterey Peninsula Airport.  See Also:  Pebble Beach.

Play Misty for Me (1971)
See Also:  Big Sur and Carmel.

Ramona (1916)
3000 feet of film shot in Monterey area.

Rose of the Rancho (1914)
Filmed extensively in Monterey, using the city's historic buildings and scenic beauty as a backdrop.  Filming was done in September 1914.

Samurai (1944)
Scenes filmed at G.T. Marsh & Co. oriental art collectors next to El Estero.

The Sandpiper (1965)
See Also:  Big Sur.

See America First (1915)
Scenes filmed at various historic sites, including the Custom House.  Also filmed were sea gills at Monterey's Wharf Nol#2.  See Also:  Pebble Beach and Point Lobos.

Sergeant Murphy (1938)
Scenes filmed at the Presidio of Monterey, then a cavalry post.

Shadows (1922)
Scenes filmed at Fisherman's Wharf and in the 500 block of Larkin Street.  The Larkin Street shots were night scenes and people in the neighborhood sat on the bank of a vacant lot across the street and watched for several evenings; huge klieg lights in front windows of nearby homes were set up to illuminate the street.  Members of the Monterey Civic Club were extras in a scene filmed at the waterfront, which showed the arrival of a minsiter.  See Also:  Carmel and Point Lobos.

Sporting Youth (1923)
Scenes filmed at the old Hotel Del Monte (now the Naval Postgraduate School.  See Also:  Monterey Peninsula and Pebble Beach.

Star Trek IV (1986)
Scenes filmed at the Monterey Bay Aquarium, which stood in for a fictitious aquarium across the Golden Gate Bridge. 

Susan Slade (1961)
Scenes filmed at the old train station where the train was headed in the wrong direction.  See Also:  Pebble Beach.

Sword in the Desert (1949)
Scenes filmed at Del Monte Beach which stood in for the Palestinian shore.

They Drive by Night (1940)
Scenes filmed at Wharf No. 2.

Tiger Shark (1932)
Scenes filmed along Cannery Row and Fisherman's Wharf.

Tin Gods (1926)
Scenes filmed at the old Hotel Del Monte.

Troopers Three (1930)
Scenes filmed at the Presidio of Monterey and the old polo grounds, now part of the Monterey Peninsula Airport and Naval Postgraduate School golf course.  Featured in the movie was the horsemanship of the 11th Cavalry, stationed at the Presidio.

The Turning Point (1920)
Scenes filmed at the old Hotel Del Monte, now the Naval Postgraduate School.

White Shoulders (1922)
Scenes filmed at the old Hotel Del Monte.  See Also:  Pebble Beach.

A Woman of the Sea/The Sea Gull (1926)
Scenes filmed at Fisherman's Wharf and on Monterey Bay.  The picture was privately exhibited and may have only been shown once.  It was never put into general release.

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