Robbie Hart’s HouseJun 12th, 2009 | By Lindsay | Category: Movie Locations
Thanks to fellow stalker Owen, last week Mike, from MovieShotsLA, and I were able to stalk Robbie Hart’s house from the 1998 romantic comedy The Wedding Singer. I had actually been wanting to find The Wedding Singer house for quite a while now, so when Owen told me that he knew where it was located, I just about died!!! And Mike and I literally ran right out to stalk it.
I am very happy to report that Robbie’s house looks EXACTLY the same today as it did when The Wedding Singer was filmed there over eleven years ago. I mean, even the paint colors are still the same!! LOVE IT! The home was originally built in 1908 by one of Pasadena’s first major landowners and prominent citizens, David MacPherson, who was a design engineer for the Mt. Lowe Railway.
In The Wedding Singer, the home actually belongs to Robbie’s sister and her husband. Robbie lives in the basement area, which, as you can see in the above screen captures, is reached through a little side door marked 1075 1/2. LOL In reality, though, that door and basement area do not exist – they were built solely for the filming of the movie.
Robbie’s house, especially the front porch area, is featured numerous times throughout The Wedding Singer. It is a very cute and very unique, almost barnlike, structure and I highly recommend stalking it!
Big THANK YOU to Owen for finding this location!!!
Until next time, Happy Stalking!
Stalk It: Robbie Hart’s house from The Wedding Singer is located at 1075 East Topeka Street in Pasadena.