Who's Been Filming in South Pas?

A comedy written and directed by Mike Judge, and an Anne Heche TV show are two of the latest productions to shoot in South Pas.

The new TV show "Silicon Valley,'' a comedy written and directed by Mike Judge, has used South Pasadena as a backdrop.

The production filmed its pilot March 6 in the 500 block of Mission Street, according to the city's film liaison Joan Aguado. The following day, the Anne Heche comedy "Save Me,'' returned to South Pas, where it filmed scenes March 5 on Highland Street.

Additional productions that filmed in the city recently include:

• A commercial for Ford on March 13, 1200 block of Monterey Road.

• A commercial for the National Association of Realtors on March 14 and 15, Arroyo Park, the 1100 block of El Centro Avenue and the 900 block of Adelaine Avenue.

• A commercial for Chase on March 7 in the 1400 block of Laurel.

• A commercial for Mass Mutual on March 8 in the 1800 block of Alpha Street and the 2000 block of Le Droit Drive.

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Janet Cartwright March 18, 2013 at 09:53 PM
Something was going on film-wise today down on Mission/Grand. Actually, for a little while now. Maybe the Mike Judge thing.
Lisa March 18, 2013 at 10:32 PM
Having the film crews around is nothing new to South Pas., however, when all traffic (Grand Ave. and Mission) comes to a stand still, one has to hope this sitcom is short lived.


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