This movie starring Matthew Broderick, Dabney Coleman and John Wood was filmed at more than 2 locations. Among them S Arden Blvd in Los Angeles, United States. All filming locations of WarGames from 1983 are listed below.
High School student David Lightman has a talent for hacking. But while trying to hack into a computer system to play unreleased video games, he unwittingly taps into the Defense Department's war computer and initiates a confrontation of global proportions. Together with his girlfriend and a wizardly computer genius, David must race against time to outwit his opponent and prevent a nuclear Armageddon.
Thriller, Drama, Science Fiction
United States of America
Matthew Broderick (David), Dabney Coleman (McKittrick), John Wood (Falken), Ally Sheedy (Jennifer), Barry Corbin (General Beringer), Juanin Clay (Pat Healy), Kent Williams (Cabot) more..., Dennis Lipscomb (Watson), Joe Dorsey (Conley), Irving Metzman (Richter), Michael Ensign (Beringer's Aide), William Bogert (Mr. Lightman), Susan Davis (Mrs. Lightman), James Tolkan (Wigan), David Clover (Stockman), Drew Snyder (Ayers), John Garber (Corporal in the Infirmary), Duncan Wilmore (Major Lem), Billy Ray Sharkey (Radar Analyst), John Spencer (Jerry), Michael Madsen (Steve), James Lemp (Commander), Gary Bisig (Deputy), Gary Sexton (Technician), Jason Bernard (Captain Knewt), Frankie Hill (Airman Fields), Jesse D. Goins (Sergeant), Alan Blumenfeld (Mr. Liggett), Len Lawson (Boys Vice Principal), Maury Chaykin (Jim Sting), Eddie Deezen (Malvin), Stephen Lee (Sgt. Schneider), Lucinda Crosby (Nurse in Infirmary), Stack Pierce (Airman), Art LaFleur (Guard), Brad David (Flight Pilot Leader), Martha Shaw (Vice Principal's Secretary), Howie Allen (Boy in Arcade), Michael Adams (Travis), James Ackerman (Joshua) and others.
Angelo P. Graham (Production Design), James J. Murakami (Art Direction), Tom Rolf (Editor), Harold Michelson (Continuity), Walter F. Parkes (Screenplay), William A. Fraker (Director of Photography), Lawrence Lasker (Screenplay) more..., Leonard Goldberg (Executive Producer), Richard Hashimoto (Producer), Harold Schneider (Producer), Arthur B. Rubinstein (Original Music Composer), Wallis Nicita (Casting), Jerry Wunderlich (Set Decoration), Barry Francis Delaney (Costume Design), Al Jones (Stunts), Joe Tuley (Music Editor), Robert Eggenweiler (Location Manager), Steve Yaconelli (Camera Operator), Newt Arnold (First Assistant Director), Rick Avery (Stunts), Lynda Gurasich (Hairstylist), Robert J. Doherty (Assistant Director), John Garber (Dialogue Coach), Michael Adams (Stunt Coordinator), Tom Elliott (Stunts), Ray Summers (Wardrobe Supervisor), Michael Germain (Makeup Artist), Milton C. Burrow (Supervising Sound Effects Editor), Ralph Nelson Jr. (Still Photographer), David E. Diano (Assistant Camera), Carlos Delarios (Sound Re-Recording Mixer), Michael J. Kohut (Sound Re-Recording Mixer), Aaron Rochin (Sound Re-Recording Mixer), Michael L. Fink (Visual Effects Supervisor), Lyla Foggia (Unit Publicist), Willie D. Burton (Sound Mixer), Robert C. Decker (Location Manager), Marguerite Happy (Stunts), Marguerite Happy (Stunt Double), Doug Pentek (Chief Lighting Technician) and others.
United Artists, Sherwood Productions
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Jennifer and David meet in the park across the street from their school.
David and Jennifer arrive at David’s house and are being welcomed by Beau the dog.