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STREETS OF FIRE (24) 1984 Film
  • Bars and Night Clubs
    • Richmond Theatre
      • Nightclub where Ellen Aim and the Attackers perform
    • Torchy's
      • Club name used in various Walter Hill projects, including 48 Hours, When A Stranger Calls, Streets of Fire and The Driver.
  • Diners
    • Diner
      • Diner in Richmond where Tom's sister Reva works
  • Gangs
    • The Bombers
      • Raven's motorcycle gang
    • The Road Masters
      • motorcycle gang
  • Lodging-Motels
    • Wayfair Motel
      • Motel across the street from the diner
  • Musicians
    • Ellen Aim & The Attackers
      • No description available
  • Neighborhoods
    • The Battery
      • According to Andrew Laszlo, the film's style was dictated by the story: The Richmond's look was very soft and the colors did not call attention to themselves. The light in The Battery was contrasting and harsh, with vivid colours. Argyle prints and plaids are used in the Parkside District, and neon lights colour the Strip.
    • Cliffside
      • No description available
    • King's Park
      • No description available
    • The Parkside District
      • According to Andrew Laszlo, the film's style was dictated by the story: The Richmond's look was very soft and the colors did not call attention to themselves. The light in The Battery was contrasting and harsh, with vivid colours. Argyle prints and plaids are used in the Parkside District, and neon lights colour the Strip.
    • The Richmond
      • According to Andrew Laszlo, the film's style was dictated by the story: The Richmond's look was very soft and the colors did not call attention to themselves. The light in The Battery was contrasting and harsh, with vivid colours. Argyle prints and plaids are used in the Parkside District, and neon lights colour the Strip.
    • The Strip
      • According to Andrew Laszlo, the film's style was dictated by the story: The Richmond's look was very soft and the colors did not call attention to themselves. The light in The Battery was contrasting and harsh, with vivid colours. Argyle prints and plaids are used in the Parkside District, and neon lights colour the Strip.
  • Police Departments
    • Richmond Police
      • No description available
  • Songs
    • Countdown To Love
      • song by the fictional band The Sorels - actually performed by Winston Ford and written by Dan Hartman
    • I Can Dream About You
      • song by the fictional band The Sorels - actually performed by Winston Ford and written by Dan Hartman
    • Never Be You
      • song by fictional band Ellen Aim and the Attackers - actually performed by Fire, Inc.
    • Nowhere Fast
      • song by fictional band Ellen Aim and the Attackers - actually performed by Fire, Inc.
    • Sorcerer
      • song by fictional band Ellen Aim and the Attackers - actually performed by Laurie Sargent and written by Stevie Nicks
    • Tonight Is What It Means To Be Young
      • song by fictional band Ellen Aim and the Attackers - actually performed by Laurie Sargent
  • Thoroughfares-Other
    • Ardmore
      • Tom and his friends run into police at their blockade at Cross and Ardmore
    • Cross
      • Tom and his friends run into police at their blockade at Cross and Ardmore
  • Thoroughfares-Streets
    • Grant Street
      • No description available
    • Hurley Street
      • No description available

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