Jingle All the Way was filmed in Minneapolis, Minnesota in the United States of America.
4313 Upton Avenue South (store)
Scene where Howard walks out of the toy store to the phones across the street.
Scene was shot None
GPS: ['44.9240837097168', '-93.3146820068359']
Scene where The theatre where 'Turbo man: The Motion Picture' plays.
Scene was shot The State Theatre, which seats 2,181, opened in 1921 and was then considered the most technologically advanced and elaborate theatre in the United States. One Minneapolis newspaper columnist described it as “a gilded pleasure palace, dedicated to the Hollywood dreams that captured America’s heart in the roaring ’20s.” It was designed by Chicago architect J.E.O. Pridmore in a free Italian Renaissance style and boasted the first well-driven air conditioning system in Minneapolis. The original stage floor was glass, lit from underneath to create stunning visual effects.The opening night program included a silent film, newsreel and travelogue. The movie screen was the largest screen west of the Mississippi River at the time and designed so every person had a perfect view of the film. “Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid” set a national record at the State in 1970 for the longest run in America (34 weeks). The Minneapolis Community Development Agency purchased the LaSalle Plaza block in 1989, including the State, as part of the LaSalle Plaza development. After nearly two years of renovation at a cost of $8.8 million, the State Theatre re-opened in November of 1991 with the Minnesota Opera’s production of Carousel. The restored proscenium spans almost the full width of the building and curves 100 feet above the stage. The six chandeliers in the house are original, as are the murals on the walls. Since the re-opening in 1991, the State has hosted live Broadway touring productions such as Avenue Q, Sweeney Todd and Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, concerts featuring Patti Smith and Gordon Lightfoot, author and adventure speaker series and films including the world premiere of the Minnesota-based movie, 'Grumpy Old Men'. Hennepin Theatre Trust is now the owner and operator of this magnificent structure.
GPS: ['44.9769058227539', '-93.2761535644531']
360 Wabasha St N
Scene where A 'harmless' Christmas package at the radio station.
Scene was shot Ecolab Global Communications Center is a 6-story low-rise building in St. Paul, Minnesota, U.S.A..
GPS: ['44.9455871582031', '-93.0942535400391']
West 7th Place
Scene where Howard meets Myron in front of Play Co. Toys.
Scene was shot Once filled with vacant warehouses and empty storefronts, one of Saint Paul's oldest stretches is now a hotbed for restaurants and breweries.
GPS: ['44.9471397399902', '-93.0964126586914']