Thursday, May 6, 2010

Movies filmed in Sedona, Arizona..

My favorite place to visit is Sedona. Best known for its beautiful red sandstone formations, the Red Rocks of Sedona. The formations appear to glow in brilliant orange and red when illuminated by the rising or setting sun. The Red Rocks form a breathtaking backdrop for film makers.

Sedona is named after Sedona Miller Schnebly (1877–1950), the wife of the city's first postmaster, who was loved for her hospitality.

Westerns filmed in Sedona:

Call of the Canyon 1923
Riders of the Purple Sage 1931
Robber’s Roost 1932
Texas Trail 1937
Billy the Kid 1941
Angel and the Bad Man 1946
California 1946
Desert Fury 1947
Cheyenne 1947
Albuquerque 1948
Last of the Duanes 1948
Gunfighters 1948
The Fabulous Texan 1948
Corner Creek 1949
Tall in the Saddle 1949
Station West 1949
Blood on the Moon 1949
Comanche Territory 1950
Copper Canyon 1950
Eagle and the Hawk 1950
Broken Arrow 1950
The Red Head and the Cowboy 1951
Indian Uprising 1951
Half Breed 1952
Pony Soldier 1952
Flaming Feather 1952
Gun Fury 1953
Johnny Guitar 1953
Apache 1954
The Outlaw’s Daughter 1954
The Strawberry Roan 1954
Drum Beat 1954
Stranger on Horseback 1955
Shotgun 1955
The Last Wagon 1956
3:10 to Yuma 1957
Yellowstone Kelly 1959
The Legend of Lobo 1961
The Rounders 1964
Fire Creek 1965
Stay Away Joe 1967
The Legend of the Boy and the Eagle 1967
The Wild Rovers 1972
Gambler II 1983
The Quick and the Dead 1987
Riders of the Storm 1994
Deadman 1995


monty said...

Beautiful Dawn, just beautiful. I bet it is a sight to see. I wrote a post about a place I want to visit for Kori over at Blonde Episodes. It was Monument Valley. Check it out when you get a chance.

Dawn said...

Monty, I will run over and check it out. If you asked me the one place I would want to live, Sedona,Az. whould be my number one choice.

Arizona's Little Hollywood said...

Hi Dawn, nicely done. If you want to learn the complete story of Sedona on film you should visit my site,

RichietheKid said...

Loved seeing Sedona's sublime natural wonders today, for the first time. Should we be keeping it secret to avoid tourist overload? Seeing the film list, now I realize I'd have liked also to be listening to the sound track of Dead Man for some of that time.