The Fabulous Baker Boys was filmed in Los Angeles & Seattle in the United States of America.
Scene was shot The grand Los Angeles Biltmore Hotel opened in 1923 as the largest hotel west of the Mississippi. The hotel was designed by Schultze & Weaver in a mixture of styles from around the Mediterranean. The lush interior of the hotel includes murals by artist Giovanni Smeraldi who has also painted works for the Vatican and the White House. In addition to being featured in hundreds of films and TV shows over the years, the hotel was also the location where the Academy Awards were planned in 1927 and hosted the ceremony eight times over the years.
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Scene was shot This Los Angeles estate was constructed in 1928 for Edward Doheny, son of an oil tycoon. The property was purchased in 1965 by the city and is now a park and historic place. The grounds are open to the public, and the mansion itself can be toured.
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Former Ambassador Hotel
Scene was shot The Ambassador Hotel was constructed in 1921 by architect Myron Hunt in the Mediterranean Revival style. Over the years the hotel and Cocoanut Grove nightclub inside were very popular spots for celebrities. In 1968 Senator Robert F. Kennedy was assassinated in the hotel's main kitchen and marked the beginning of a rapid decline of the hotel. The hotel was closed to guest in 1989, though it remained open for filming and special events. The hotel was finally demolished in 2005 with only a few small portions retained to be integrated into the new Los Angeles High School of the Arts.
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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.
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