The original (1941) Moon Over Miami theatrical trailer ... With Betty Grable at the height of her
million-dollar leg fame, one of the most memorable and "picturesque" South Florida movies.
Hollywood movies in which Miami Beach makes a significant appearance.
• Absence of Malice (Paul Newman as subject of Miami Herald reporter Sally Field / 1981)
• Any Given Sunday
• Bad Boys
• Band of the Hand (Miami Vice producer Michael Mann's first feature-length movie/ 1986)
• The Bellboy (Jerry Lewis slapstic at the Fontainebleau / 1960)
• Big Trouble (The release of Dave Barry's bomb-plot story had to be postponed because of 9-11)
• Black Sunday
• The Birdcage
• Caddy Shack
• Casino Royale (2006, first 007 with Daniel Craig at Miami "Anatomy" Art show and MIA)
Casino Royale Trailer #1 / Casino Royale Trailer #2 / Casino Royale In Miami
• Cocoanuts (The Marx Brothers' first feature-length film set at a Resort Hotel during Floida's 1920s Land Boom.)
• Criss Cross
• Deep Throat (Classic [first mainstream X-Rated movie] made in a Miami Beach hotel /1972)
• Lovelace (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tSWW-4NEyto)
• Flying Down to Rio
• Gentle Ben
• Get Shorty
• The Godfather II (Much of the 1974 sequel takes place in Miami Beach, Hyman Roth's home.)
Starring The Fontainebleau
In a 50 year career, James Bond (007) made frequent trips to Miami, none so noteable than his stay at Morris' Lapidus' Fontainebleau at the beginning of 1964's "Goldfinger."
The Internationally Famous curved structure makes cameo appearances in many movies, and is the featured setting for Jerry Lewis' "Bellboy," made in 195 .
• Goldfinger (1964, Third in the James Bond  series with it's Miami Beach opening /TRAILER)
• The Happening (1968 A campy caper movie wAnthony Quinn, Faye Dunaway /TRAILER)
• Lady In Cement
• Marley and Me
• Maximum Bob
• Mean Season (Murder Myster with Kurt Russell as a Miami Herald reporter / 1985)
• Miami Blues
• Miami Rhapsody
• Miami Vice
• Moon Over Miami
• Nude on the Moon
• Ocean Ave.
• Police Academy 5: Assignment Miami Beach
• Revenge of the Nerds II: Nerds in Paradise
• Smokey and the Bandit II
• Step Up Revolution
• There's Something About Mary
• Tony Rome
• Transporter 2
• True Lies
• Up Close & Personal
• Wild Things
• William Shakespeare's Romeo + Juliet
• Where the Boys Are (1960 College romp that popularized "Spring Break" in Fort Lauderdale)
• Wrestling Ernest Hemingway
Where The Boys Are
The Original Spring Break (1960) put Fort Lauderdale on the "place-to-be" map.
Ocean Drive Dance Studio
Step Up Revolution made (very) good use of Ocean Drive and classic Art Deco Hotels as a back drop for the movie's opening dance scene featuring hip-hop dancers and hydraulic low-riders and muscle cars.