This movie starring Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms and Zach Galifianakis was filmed at more than 2 locations. Among them Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas, United States. All filming locations of The Hangover from 2009 are listed below.
When three friends finally come to after a raucous night of bachelor-party revelry, they find a baby in the closet and a tiger in the bathroom. But they can't seem to locate their best friend, Doug – who's supposed to be tying the knot. Launching a frantic search for Doug, the trio perseveres through a nasty hangover to try to make it to the church on time.
Germany, United States of America
Bradley Cooper (Phil Wenneck), Ed Helms (Stu Price), Zach Galifianakis (Alan Garner), Justin Bartha (Doug Billings), Heather Graham (Jade), Sasha Barrese (Tracy Garner), Jeffrey Tambor (Sid Garner) more..., Ken Jeong (Mr. Chow), Rachael Harris (Melissa), Mike Tyson (Himself), Mike Epps (Black Doug), Jernard Burks (Leonard), Rob Riggle (Officer Franklin), Cleo King (Officer Garden), Bryan Callen (Eddie Palermo), Matt Walsh (Dr. Valsh), Ian Anthony Dale (Chow's #1), Michael Li (Chow's #2), Sondra Currie (Linda), Gillian Vigman (Stephanie), Nathalie Fay (Lisa), Chuck Pacheco (Hotel Guest at Valet), Jesse Erwin (Hotel Valet), Dan Finnerty (Wedding Singer), Keith Lyle (Casino Dealer), Brody Stevens (Officer Foltz), Todd Phillips (Mr. Creepy), Mike Vallely (Neeco), James Martin Kelly (Police Clerk), Murray Gershenz (Felix), Andrew Astor (Eli), Casey Margolis (Budnick), Ken Flaherty (Old Timer at Gas Station), Joe Alexander (Pit Boss), Constance Broge (Woman in Elevator), Sue Pierce (Mini-Mart Cashier), Floyd Levine (Tailor), Robert A. Ringler (Minister), Britt Barrett (Bridesmaid), Chauntae Davies (Bridesmaid) and others.
Jon Lucas (Screenplay), Scott Moore (Screenplay), Daniel Goldberg (Producer), Todd Phillips (Producer), Chris Bender (Executive Producer), Scott Budnick (Executive Producer), William Fay (Executive Producer) more..., Jon Jashni (Executive Producer), J.C. Spink (Executive Producer), Thomas Tull (Executive Producer), Christophe Beck (Original Music Composer), Lawrence Sher (Director of Photography), Debra Neil-Fisher (Editor), Juel Bestrop (Casting), Seth Yanklewitz (Casting), Bill Brzeski (Production Design), Russell Bobbitt (Property Master), Bob Beher (Foley Editor), Louise Mingenbach (Costume Design), David Siegel (Unit Production Manager), David Siegel (Co-Producer), Tim Chau (Sound Designer), Tim Chau (Supervising Sound Editor), Tim Chau (Sound Re-Recording Mixer), Randall Poster (Music Supervisor), Andrew Max Cahn (Supervising Art Director), Danielle Berman (Set Decoration), Geoffrey Haley (Steadicam Operator), Geoffrey Haley ("B" Camera Operator), Susan E. Novick (Post Production Supervisor), Michael Kelem (Aerial Director of Photography), Jeffrey Wetzel (Co-Producer), Jeffrey Wetzel (First Assistant Director), Alan Caudillo (Second Unit Director of Photography), John Roesch (Foley Artist), David Lee Fein (Foley Artist), David Ghegan (Assistant Chief Lighting Technician), George Drakoulias (Music Supervisor), Janeen Schreyer (Makeup Department Head), Charlene Amateau (Costume Supervisor) and others.
Warner Bros. Pictures, Legendary Pictures, Green Hat Films
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Phil, Stu and Alan are int the desert where they have a strange meeting with Mr. Chow.
Phil, Alan and Stu start their search for Doug by picking up their car at valet parking. It's not the car they were hoping for.