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Friday, January 1, 2010

Little Hollywood, Kanab, Utah


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Kanab, Utah, was named "Little Hollywood" in the 1950's by people in the movie industry who used this as a location for filming of television shows and movies. MGM built a makeshift studio outside of town in the 1940s. More Westerns were produced near Kanab than anywhere else outside of California. Clint Eastwood, John Wayne, and Ronald Reagan were among the movie stars who worked here. The Frontier Movie Town attraction in Kanab offers tours of movie sets. An interpretive sign effort has placed signs throughout the Town featuring photos and descriptions of performers who once worked here.

Among the movies filmed in or near Kanab include:

1950 - The Lone Ranger (TV)
1950 - Death Valley Days (TV)
1952 - Westward the Women
1955 - No Place to Ride
1956 - The Rainmaker
1957 - The Dalton Girls
1957 - The Girl in Black Stockings
1957 - War Drums
1960 - Wagon Train (TV)
1960 - Gunsmoke (TV)
1962 - Sergeants Three
1966 - Duel at Diablo
1967 - The Long Ride Home
1967 - A Time of Killing
1969 - Mackenna’s Gold
1970 - Six Million Dollar Man (TV)
1971 - The Devil and Miss Sarah
1973 - One LIttle Indian
1976 - The Outlaw Josie Wales
1976 - In Search of Noah’s Ark
1976 - How the West Was Won
1979 - Donner Pass - The Road to Survival
1979 - How the West Was Won
1979 - The Apple Dumpling Gang

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