St. Ives was filmed in Los Angeles in the United States of America.
Los Angeles Theatre
Scene was shot This 2,000-seat venue was constructed in 1931 as an ornate movie palace. It was designed by S. Charles Lee & Samuel Tilden Norton in the French Baroque style with a grand central staircase in the lobby surrounded by opulent decorations. The theater opened with the premiere of Charlie Chaplin's City Lights in January of 1931. The venue closed doors to the public in 1994, but is still used for special events and filming.
Los Angeles Union Station
Scene was shot Constructed in the 1930s to consolidate several different rail services, this grand terminal was constructed on the ruins of the city's original Chinatown at a cost of $11 million. The station was designed primarily by John & Donald Parkinson in a mishmash of different styles. Across the tracks and connected by an underground tunnel is the Patsaouras Transit Plaza designed by Ehrenkrantz & Eckstut which hosts a number of bus lines as well as the Metro's offices.