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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by richiek65, Dec 2, 2020.
YES, Santo Domingo de Silos, Burgos, Spain
You got it. Sad Hill Cemetery.
Yes, Is a nice motorbike trip I have done a couple of times , about 250Km from Madrid
Has to be from Robin Hood surely?!
2nd Mad Max!
While not iconic or made for theater the Mel Fisher story Dreams of Gold (Cliff Robertson & Loretta Swift) was shot in Frederiksted and two episodes of The Greatest American Hero were shot here
Hint...how many swedish films do you know (besides porn)?
1925 Las Virgenes Road, Calabasas, California.
Much of the 1970 Robert Altman film M*A*S*H was filmed here.
The H-13 med-evac helicopters were filmed arriving from screen right to the hill top to the left there.
On the hilltop to the left is now Malibu Creek State Park, where the main camp (tents, field hospital, helipad) were staged.
I would still love to see Sally Kellerman naked there.
For sure. I watched the flick a couple of times before flying over, and we drove through town briefly before and after the race (this was 2015); it was amazing to be in some of the same spots. We actually drove down from a friend's place in Geneva, just a beautiful part of the world. So fortunate to have been able to do it.
You got it!
I give up! I recognize it and gotta know.
Not iconic, but I was an extra in Iron Eagle III, and it was funny how they made Tucson and the surrounding area look like a South American country, or that was the script anyway.
I also went to a biker bar on Speedway, that was a location shoot for "Harley Davidson and the Marlboro Man". For this movie, Tucson was made to look like Los Angeles.
Madhouse, with John Larroquette and Kirstie Alley was filmed in an old neighborhood in Tucson, made up to look like southern California.
Tombstone has to be my favorite, because they actually shot a lot of the scenes where the historic events actually occurred - like scene with Johnny Ringo on the banks of the San Pedro river. "I'll be your huckleberry".
Southern Arizona used to be a hotbed of the film industry. With Old Tucson Studios, and a much lower pay scale than Hollywood, along with locations that can be made to look like anywhere, a lot of films were made there. I used to have associates that worked as performers in old west shows. Haven't heard much lately about the Arizona film industry, it may have dried up.
This whole film was shot in my town.
Here's a shot of Peter Sellers in "Being There" on the grounds of the Biltmore Estate. It's only an hour's drive from me in Asheville, North Carolina and we've visited it several times.
Lots of things have been filmed here, but I went looking for it based on its presence in one of my favorite "old" TV shows.
If you weren't in Oz, I'd have guessed Vanishing Point. The original from 1971...not the sappy/crappy remake. That one truly sucked.
John Travolta, Christian Slater
Mostly filmed near Page and Marble Canyon, Arizona
It is near Glen Canyon Dam, that holds in Lake Powell.
Lees Ferry is where the raft trips down the Grand Canyon launch from. There are 16 miles of navigable water from that launch upstream to the dam, famous for Trout fishing.
I've been there many times.
The scene in the movie where Slater and the girl pop out of the underground river in the old mine was filmed at that boat launch.
I have a close friend that ran into Travolta at the dock.
These pics are me there, over time, and then there is a Google Maps link of a 360 degree photo from a guy in a boat at the launch!
Click this to see the boat launch, from a boat!
Have you seen the Pacino flick And Justice For All? You will recognize just about every outside shot.
" it's MY deal, WADE!!"
Wife lived near here (Vasquez Rocks, SoCal) in her teens, site of more Star Trek alien planets than anywhere else. Lassie's ranch is around here too.
(not my photo)