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The Lethal Weapon 2 House

Feb 28th, 2008 | By | Category: Movie Locations

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Since I am constantly dragging my boyfriend on my stalking adventures every single weekend, I decided to finally stalk a place he would enjoy – the house on stilts from Lethal Weapon 2. This is the same house that Mel Gibson attaches to his pick-up truck via cables, drives away, and pulls right down the hill. In real life, the producers built a replica house on a studio lot for Mel to pull down and the real house is still standing on Mulholland Drive in Beverly Hills.

The Lethal Weapon 2 house was designed by John Lautner – the famous architect who also designed Courtney Cox’s House.

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Stalk It: The Garcia House is located at 7436 Mulholland Drive in Hollywood Hills West. If would like to spend the night in a John Lautner home, the Elrod/Lautner home in Palm Springs – which was immortalized in the James Bond movie Diamonds are Forever – is available for rentals. You can learn more about it here.

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  1. Gio Taylor says:

    Great website you have! The Lethal Weapon 2 house is actually in Los Angeles, not Beverly HIlls. It’s in the Hollywood Hills right above Hollywood and about a half-mile (maybe less) away from the Mulholland entrance to Runyon Canyon Park. It’s a ways from the city limits of Beverly Hills.

    All of this can be verified with maps. Again, the website is great!

    • Donnie says:

      To most people that is close enough to Beverly Hills to be the same thing. It sounds like criticism and it doesn’t really change anything….


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