Psycho (1960)




Psycho was released on September 8th, 1960.
Filming locations include Phoenix, AZ. and Gorman, N. Hollywood and Universal City, CA.


Opening - 101 S. Central Ave. Phoenix, Az. 85004



2022


George sees Marion at the traffic light - N. Central Ave. and E. Adams St. Phoenix, Az. 85004




Marion is sleeping - Gorman Post Rd. Gorman, Ca. 93243



All "Now" pictures taken in 2021.



Car lot - 4270 Lankershim Blvd. N. Hollywood, Ca. 91602




Bates Motel and house - 100 Universal City Plaza Universal City, Ca. 91608
(Universal Studios Hollywood)





Norman sinks Marion's car - 100 Universal City Plaza Universal City, Ca. 91608
(Universal Studios Hollywood)



12 comments:

  1. Thank you very much for this great website! I love visits to movie locations!

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  2. This is the best movie location site I've seen. The music from the movies gives me goosebumps! Keep up the good work.

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  3. Great site! Thanks for putting it together.

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  4. They were running this picture again today, and I dropped by to see the locations. Does the color picture of the Bates Motel indicate that the structure(s) are still there for tours or something?

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  5. No matter how many times I see this film it scares the hell out of me. Been watching it since the early 1960's and still think it is Hitch's best movie. I love all his films though, he was a genius. Janet Leigh was so good too. I love the then and now pictures. Thank you.

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  6. I wonder where Marion falls asleep on the side of the highway is located.

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  7. Hi Johnny from Jersey here. Where Marion stops her car, falls asleep, and is awakened by the policeman, is given on other sites on " Gorman Post Road, in Gorman, CA." Most of which is now along side the I - 5 freeway. By the map, Gorman appears to be the northernmost toen in Los Angeles county.

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  8. The bait house was used in so many other movies and shows besides psycho I mean I can remember seeing it used before the Psycho movie was made in an old western in the late 50s. I seen it on the show emergency in the 70s. That house is Testament to horror fans and genre all over the world

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  9. many thanks for this great job... very nice...

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