• Here’s a treat for all you It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World superfans. In this new video, photographed and edited by Mad World aficionados George Ann Muller and Paul Scrabo, you can see all the major California locations from Stanley Kramer’s megacomedy as they currently look, alongside the corresponding images from the film. Start your engines.


  • By Clifford Smith
    January 25, 2014
    11:00 AM

  • By Hereward P.
    January 27, 2014
    12:57 PM

    Thousand Oaks: most changed.
  • By Leonard_Shelby
    January 27, 2014
    01:08 PM

    Is this in the Bonus Features? Please say it is.
  • By NealTwyford
    February 02, 2014
    04:57 PM

    Terrific memory jogger. I worked in Thousand Oaks in the late'60s and early '70s. The airport was located in area known as Hill Canyon. The "rural road" they are careening through is the old Highway101.
  • By Richard G.
    May 13, 2017
    07:54 PM

    The extended version of the film reveals that Dick Shawn's beatnik pad is the southernmost house in Sunset Beach, Ca. The house is known as the Coast Guard house, and – as can be seen in Google Maps' street view – it's still there. When I was 5 years old, I watched the filming of the scene where Dick runs out of the house and tears off in his car.