Want to know where Say Anything... from 1989 was filmed? The movie starring John Cusack, Ione Skye and John Mahoney was shot at more than 2 locations, including West Magnolia Boulevard in Los Angeles, United States. All the filming locations of Say Anything... are listed below.
A noble underachiever and a beautiful valedictorian fall in love the summer before she goes off to college.
Drama, Romance, Comedy
United States of America
John Cusack (Lloyd Dobler), Ione Skye (Diane Court), John Mahoney (James Court), Lili Taylor (Corey Flood), Amy Brooks (D.C.), Pamela Adlon (Rebecca), Jason Gould (Mike Cameron) more..., Loren Dean (Joe), Jeremy Piven (Mark), Johnny Green (Luke), Patrick O'Neill (Denny), Don Wilson (Sparring Partner), Bebe Neuwirth (Mrs. Evans), Eric Stoltz (Vahlere), Philip Baker Hall (IRS Boss), Joan Cusack (Constance Dobler), Stone Gossard (), Dan Castellaneta (Diane's Teacher (uncredited)), Lois Chiles (Diane's Mother (uncredited)), Kim Walker (Sheila), Lisanne Falk (Sandra)
Cameron Crowe (Screenplay), Polly Platt (Producer), László Kovács (Director of Photography), Richard Gibbs (Original Music Composer), Anne Dudley (Original Music Composer), Randy Stone (Casting), Mark W. Mansbridge (Production Design) more..., Joe D. Mitchell (Set Decoration), Jane Ruhm (Costume Design), Richard Marks (Producer), Paul Germain (Producer), James L. Brooks (Executive Producer),
Gracie Films, 20th Century Fox
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Loyd and Diana leave the 7-Eleven and walk across the parking lot.
Lloyd plays the Peter Gabriel song In Your Eyes on a boombox under Diana’s bedroom window. The song has a special meaning for the two.