Category Archives: Bullitt

Car Chase, San Francisco

The chase continues west toward the Golden Gate Bridge, picture taken from marina Boulevard.b3333










A scene cuts to Russian Hill, North Beach area of San Francisco. Bullett heads east on Filbert Street, has you can see both Coit Tower and Saints Peter are visible to the left of my picture.








The Charger appears making a right turn onto Larkin Street heading Northwards from Lombard Street. TheyCharger makes another left turn from Jones Street


back onto Lombard Street and continues then East.

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Grace Cathedral San Francisco, USA

Grace Cathedralb11 1100 California St
San Francisco, CA 94108
Tel: 415-749-6300

Robert Vaughn confronts the police of  chief here at Grace Cathedral.

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VJ Groceries, Nob Hill, San Francisco, USA

VJ Groceriesb1B4 1199 Clay Street
San Francisco, CA 94108
Area: Nob Hill
(415) 885-3417

Bullitt often stocked up at VJ’s Groceries. VJ’s is situated just opposite Bullitts apartment.

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Bullitts Apartment, Nob Hill, San Francisco, USA


Leading to a stylish three story building at the corner of Taylor Street, Bullitt’s apartment was number 1153, the doorway on the left leads up to the top floor. You can see both the building and surrounding area haven’t seen much change since filming took place back in 1968.

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Enrico’s Sidewalk Café, San Francisco, USA

Enrico’s Sidewalk Caféb9
504 Broadway
San Francisco, CA 94133-4507, USA

Bullitt meets his informant Justin Tarr at Enrico’s Sidewalk Café. The cafe was established in 1959 as an Italian restaurant and welcomed clients from all walks of life, such as artists, mafia and A list celebrities. It’s been said that the owner, Enrico Banducci, discovered Barbra Streisand.


Bullitt crosses the street from directly opposite to Enrico’s to the Galaxie Club, however to the right of Enrico’s you will find Kearny Street. Kearny Street is the steepest street in San Francisco, in fact its so steep that the pavement houses it’s own staircase.

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Intercontinental Mark Hopkin Hotel

Intercontinental Mark Hopkin  b10
No. 1 Nob Hill, San Francisco,CA, 94108 USA
Tel: +1-415-3923434

Johnny Ross is spotted by the bad guys in the reception of the Intercontinental Mark Hopkins Hotel, which is situated on Nob Hill, San Francisco.

After the Second World War broke out, the Top of the Mark was a favorite spot for Pacific-bound servicemen to enjoy their last liberty before shipping out. As the ships left the Golden Gate, anxious wives and sweethearts often gathered in the Northwest corner to watch the departure, earning that section the name Weepers’ Corner.


It’s been well documented that when armed servicemen returned they often came back to the Top of the Mark. Whilst in the Top of the Mark they would ask the bartender for their squadron bottle. Once the serviceman signed his name on the label, he could drink from the bottle for free. There was only one catch: the man who took the last drink was required to replace the bottle.


Top of the Mark became one of San Francisco’s most fashionable hang out for dancing and entertainment. Guests included the leading statesmen and royalty, such as Herbert Hoover, Dwight Eisenhower, Prince Philip, Queen Juliana and Emperor Hailie Selassie.


The Top Mark also enticed celebrities such as Elizabeth Taylor, Elvis Presley, Judy Garland, Michael Jackson and the Rolling Stones.

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Bullitt Destination, San Francisco (USA)

FrontLot Movie Locations would like to welcome you to the movie location journey for the 1968 dramatic thriller Bullitt. Directed by Peter Yates, starring Steve McQueen, Robert Vaughn and Jacqueline Bissit.

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