Some great screenshots via chicagoscreenshots.com, from the film, Doctor Detroit
1) Rush Street, looking south from Bellevue. What we know call the Viagra Triangle.
2) Looking north at the corner of Rush and Cedar. The Kentucky Fried Chicken is now Corner Bakery and the Manhattan nightclub is where the Puma store now stands. During the 1980s the proliferation of buskers, musicians and breakdancers crowding these street corners, prompted the city to pass strict ordinances regulating how many performers could be on a street at any given time.
3) Khyber India, 50 E Walton.
4) Rush just north of Walton. The neon sign is now where Le Colonial stands.
Doctor Detroit, 1983, on (or near) Rush Street.