Los Angeles Theatre 615 S. Broadway, Los Angeles This 1931 Baroque-style theater — which hosted the premiere of Charlie Chaplin's "City Lights" in its heyday — is the site of a sparsely attended screening of George's last silent film, "Tears of Love," on which he's spent his last dime. Wilshire Ebell Theatre 4401 W. 8th St., Los Angeles This mid-L.A. theater, built in 1927, serves as the auction house where George's belongings are sold off one by one. American Film Institute 2021 N. Western Ave., Los Angeles Peppy races to the hospital — actually the exterior of the AFI campus on the edge of Griffith Park — after learning of a fire at George's home. The interior of the hospital was filmed at the Wilshire Ebell Theatre. Hancock Park Oakwood Avenue between Beverly and Melrose; Hudson Avenue between 3rd and Beverly Developed in the 1920s, Hancock Park's residential streets provide the setting for much of the film's exterior action. When Jack the dog (a Jack Russell terrier named Uggie) alerts police that George is in trouble, he's on Oakwood Avenue. When Peppy races to George's aid, she's barreling down Hudson Avenue.Weinstein Co.