Shadow of a Doubt (1943) Filming Locations

Location #1: The bridge

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On Pulaski Skyway, Newark, New Jersey, United States


Locatino #2: Uncle Charlie’s street and home

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John Street, Newark, New Jersey, United States


Note from the Webmaster: This street doesn’t exist anymore. At the time of filming, that neighborhood was known as the First Ward. The whole area was razed sometime in the 1950s and new buildings were erected. It is now known as “Seventh Avenue”.


Location #3: Exteriors

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At Santa Rosa Avenue & 4th Street, Santa Rosa, California, United States


Location #4: The Newton house

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904 McDonald Avenue, Santa Rosa, California, United States


Location #5: Train station

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Former Santa Rosa Railway at 9 4th Street, Santa Rosa, California, United States

One thought on “Shadow of a Doubt (1943) Filming Locations

  1. Joe Fanning

    Really Neat showing of how time changes things. Came across your fine site as i was researching info on “Shadow” for a film series I will be showing at a local college, in NH. Actually, one of the reasons why I am showing this particular flick is that Teresa Wright was a graduate from Columbia High School (Maplewood, NJ) where, prior to retirement, I was the Head Librarian. That school has a VERY illustrious number of alumni throughout its history. As a longtime film history person, I personally knew both Blanche Sweet (the 1st Movie Star) and Lillian Gish. Upon learning that Ms. Wright was a 1938 graduate, I pushed to get her inducted into the CHS Hall of Fame. A statement I often say is, “Hollywood HS has a vast number of Oscars, due to the parents, whereas, NO other school has as many Academy Awards honoring its students than CHS.”
    PS Going up in Jersey City, I know THE Pulaski Skyway from, just about, Day 1

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