I am sure you must have seen the Thom Anderson film Los Angeles Plays Itself, in which there are several good candidates besides that alley in Los Angeles.OldAle1 wrote: ↑May 3rd, 2021, 8:00 pm Pretty cool little bit of film history here -
The L.A. Alley That's a Subtle Silent-Film Landmark
This little alley is where scenes from Chaplin's The Kid, Lloyd's Safety Last, and Keaton's Cops - three of the most significant films from the three most significant American silent comedians - were filmed, and historian John Bengtsen states that “I can absolutely guarantee you that there is no place anywhere that has three of the biggest stars and three of their most important movies in one spot,” It's hard to disagree but...can anybody come up with something close?
I can think of a few others in LA off the top of my head:
Sixth Street Viaduct
Worldwide there are many other places that come to mind.