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Oct 24th, 2008 | By | Category: Haunted Hollywood, Movie Locations

Last year, during our annual Haunted Halloween tour, I dragged my boyfriend to the two houses where Jamie Lee Curtis and her friend babysit in the movie Halloween. The final action sequence in the movie takes place at these two houses, which are located across the street from each other. Even though I had never seen the movie Halloween, being that it was the season, I just had to stalk it. 🙂 I seriously need to rent this movie!

The first house I dragged my boyfriend to was the Doyle Family home where Jamie Lee Curtis babysits Tommy and Lindsay Doyle at the end of the movie. The Doyle home is a very cute house and it actually looks like it should be located in the Pasadena area. Being that the majority of the filming of Halloween actually took place in Pasadena, I am very surprised that the producers didn’t just find a home there to use. These location decisions always fascinate me and I would love to find out the reasoning behind them! Someday I really need to sit down with a location scout to pick their brain!

Anyway, the next house we stalked is located directly across the street from the Doyle house. It is the house where Jamie Lee’s best friend Annie babysits and also where she meets her untimely end. From what I can tell from the screen captures, this house looks very different from how it appeared in Halloween. While the front porch area is still recognizable from the movie, it appears that the home was somewhat modernized in recent years and a side garage was added. I so hate it when movie homes are remodeled! Filming locations should really be designated historical landmarks so that the exteriors are protected and forced to remain the same for eternity. 🙂 I mean I think I would seriously cry if anyone ever remodeled the 90210 house! LOL

Until next time, Happy Stalking! 🙂

Stalk It: The home where Jamie Lee Curtis babysits is located at 1530 North Orange Grove Avenue in Hollywood. The house where her friend Annie babysits is located directly across the street at 1537 North Orange Grove.



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  1. BabyS says:

    Did yu know that the Nightmare on Elm St. house is a couple houses down&&the house where Lauren Conrad, Audrina,&&Lo shared in the show The Hills is down the street too. i qo there everytime im in town(: Micheal Meyers was the best killer(: hands down!

  2. Barry says:

    I’ve been here twice. So cool. Great houses. On one of the Halloween DVDs, they said the street was just so great. With it’s homes and tree lined streets, they said it looked like a backlot set.

  3. ian says:

    thats a beautiful street one of my friends lives near by, and whenever i go to his apartment i have to go down the halloween houses. the bad guy from spiderman 2, lives in the same street as well

  4. Cindy L says:

    I agree — You’ve got to rent Halloween. It’s still the best — a classic in its genre. I watch it every year at Halloween, and still love it.

  5. Tony says:

    You need to go out and rent Halloween! It’s still a great movie after all these years of bad slasher flicks. I especially like the fact that they are supposed to be in Haddonfield, Illinois and you can see California fan palms in the background in some of the scenes filmed in Pasadena.

  6. Tomeka says:

    I go down the babysitters street daily because I am a tour guide! I love scary movies and this street. The touristsecond go nuts over it! Love it

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