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Filming Locations: Foxes (1980)

Foxes is a 1980 American drama film directed by Adrian Lyne (in his feature film directorial debut) and written by Gerald Ayres. The film stars Jodie Foster, Scott Baio, Sally Kellerman, Randy Quaid, and Cherie Currie (in her film acting debut). The original music score is composed by Giorgio Moroder, and features the song "On the Radio", sung by Donna Summer.
The film was generally ignored at the box office when it was first released in February 1980. At the time of its release the film received a positive review from prominent film critic Roger Ebert, who stated, "The movie's a rare attempt to provide a portrait of the way teen-agers really do live today in some suburban cultures." It was also one of Jodie Foster's last major roles before she took a four-year hiatus from acting to attend Yale University.
A group of four teenage girls in the San Fernando Valley during the late 1970s have the usual problems......(Wikipedia).  

You can view more SFV Filming Locations here

Joseph Jensen Filtration Plant San Fernando Road Entrance 14331 San Fernando Road Granada Hills 91344.

6200 N Van Nuys Blvd Van Nuys 91401. This is across from the Army/Navy Surplus Store at 6179 Van Nuys Blvd which is now demolished and replaced by a Van Nuys State Office Building.

Lucky Liquor 6417 Lankershim Blvd  North Hollywood 91606.

Tony's Lof'n Time 11504 Oxnard Street North Hollywood 91606. 

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Marty Mcfly

Anything and everything about the San Fernando Valley. This blog will take you back in time when the valley was covered with dirt and orange groves to a leader in the space race to its current status as America's suburb. Come along and join me on this adventure, I guarantee you have been influenced/impacted by the San Fernando Valley in one form or another even if you have never visited or heard of the SFV.

2 comments to ''Filming Locations: Foxes (1980)"

  1. Right! I remember yje Armu/Navy sueplus on Van Nuys Blvd!
    I lived on Bromwhich with the wash behind our house.
    Went to Canterbury Ave School, but moved to Orange county before junior high. I suppose I would have gone to the junior high, where they had the Pacoima (Arleta) plane crash.
    What public high school would I have gone to if I had staid there? The new Arleta high school didn't even exist back in the 60's. I just wonder where the people left behind went, assuming they staid there!


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