A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy's Revenge
























A Nightmare on Elm Street 2 was released on November 1st, 1985.
Filming locations include Fontana, Los Angeles, Palmdale and Woodland Hills, CA.


Missed bus stop - E Ave. R12 and Mahonia Ave. Palmdale, Ca. 93552


 
 
 
Bus drives into desert - E Ave. S and 51st St. E Palmdale, Ca. 93552
 
 
 
 
 
Springwood High School - 5607 Capistrano Ave. Woodland Hills, Ca. 91367
(Formerly Charles Evans Hughes Junior High School)






Kaiser Steel Mill - 1 Steel Way Fontana, Ca. 92335
NOTE: With the exception of the water tower, the portion of the mill where the
movie was filmed at was demolished in the mid 90's and the California Speedway now stands in
it's place. However, part of the original mill is still in operation just south of the Speedway. 
The Outworld scenes for Mortal Kombat as well as the ending of
Terminator 2: Judgment Day were also filmed at the Kaiser Steel Mill.


 
 

8 comments:

  1. Was that the same high school used for the exterior shots in Dream Master when Sheila pulls up on her scooter?

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  2. No, Venice High School at 13000 Venice Blvd. Los Angeles, Ca. 90066 was used for ANOES4:The Dream Master.

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  3. Any idea where Lisa's house was filmed? Thanks!

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    1. 721 Madre Ave. Pasadena, Ca. 91107. Unfortunately the backyard that's featured in the movie isn't accessible to the public.

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  4. I'd like to know exactly which street it is in Palmdale that this film starts out on?

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    1. It's actually not Palmdale at all. The bus pulls off of N. Orange Grove Ave. and onto De Longpre Ave. in Los Angeles, Ca. Robert Patterson at www.set-jetter.com tracked down this location.

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    2. Okay thank you. :-)

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  5. I always find these California schools that we see in movies with their outdoor lockers interesting. I've personally never seen a school like that in real life, even in states with decent climate. I was just watching this movie the other night and when the Bus tore off into the empty field I thought "I bet that's all been developed over now", and I was mostly right. It's not empty anymore but not as cluttered with Starbucks and apartment buildings as I'd figured.

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