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« : July 09, 2006, 04:02:45 PM »

Question. ..If the opportunity arose, which film site would you like to visit? This would include ANY favorite movie (not necessarily a S.W.).  My top 5:

1) The road where Juan first shoots out John's motorcycle
tires in DYS.
2) The Irish pub in DYS.
3) Monument Valley (OUATITW)
4) The hillside overlooking the blown bridge (DYS) (whereupon I would proceed to play Morricone's soundtrack, full volume no less, with violins and all ...totally surreal!! 8) 8)
5) The castle road where the first flashback scene takes place (DYS)



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« #1 : July 09, 2006, 04:52:26 PM »

1. The Irish pub, for sure DYS
2. Sweetwater site as an hommage to OUATITW
3. I'd attend the concert at the blown bridge DYS
4. Monument valley OUATTW

I think i'll pop in my tape of DYS tonight ;).


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« #2 : July 09, 2006, 10:20:39 PM »

monument valley
sweetwater ranch
tuco's cave
graveyeard in gbu


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« #3 : July 10, 2006, 03:07:13 AM »

monument valley
sweetwater ranch
tuco's cave
graveyeard in gbu

Same here  :)


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« #4 : July 10, 2006, 04:28:36 AM »

Graveyard in GBU
Monument Valley
Mission in GBU
Almeria


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« #5 : July 10, 2006, 05:11:26 AM »

Almeria - "Lawrence of Arabia" and of course pretty much all of the spaghettis!
Seville (already said why)
Monument Valley
The GBU Graveyard (if it still exists)
The Site of the Bridge Battle



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« #6 : July 10, 2006, 08:52:34 AM »

Monument Valley

I did it. Now, my next aims are:
Monument Valley
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Monument Valley
Monument Valley
Monument Valley

I'm in love with this place.................


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« #7 : July 10, 2006, 09:48:52 AM »

  Basically all of the spaghetti locations and Monument Valley for the Ford sights and what's left of the arch.

  One of my favorite places to visit was John Wayne's Alamo Village in Bracketville, Texas.  Definitely one of the coolest sets ever.  You really get the sense of how big the Alamo was, and Wayne's set was only 3/4 the size of the real one.

  And I'd like to travel to Mexico, the Durango area, to see all the locations from Peckinpah movies, WB, Major Dundee, and the Duke shot some good movies down there too.

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« #8 : July 16, 2006, 08:22:35 PM »

I'm sure you're all shocked to hear my first choice . . .

Monument Valley
"Sad Hill Cemetary" from GBU
Almeria

And since the Original Poster said ANY movie site, I'd also pick:

Any of the deserts where they filmed Lawrence of Arabia
I dunno . . . some of the places in the Phillippines where they filmed Apocalypse Now . . . not sure how safe it is there though . . .

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« #9 : July 17, 2006, 01:48:16 PM »

already been to Monument Valley some time ago.
I'll go back eventually but at the moment I would rather visit either the Cemetery in GBU or the Bridge sequence from DYS.




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« #10 : July 28, 2006, 09:05:16 AM »

GBU cemetery, Almeria - for sure. And also others from Leone's films, except desert... but maybe even it.
Other film sites... That Scottish village where Local Hero was shot and where they had to built phone box shown in the film.  :D I don't remember the name of the village now.  ???
And maybe some sites from Seventh Seal by Bergmann... I don't dig Bergmann, I only liked Seventh Seal and the scenery in it.

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« #11 : July 28, 2006, 01:17:34 PM »

Come to think of it...I really want to check out the Pub in Dublin (DYS flashback sequences).




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« #12 : July 28, 2006, 02:21:16 PM »

Sad hill cemetary
Mc Bain Ranchhouse...

not to stray too much off the subject, but I'd love to
see:

Warner bros. Western set.(I think it exists)
Columbia western set...(don't know if it's still up)
Universal set...(which you can see parts in their tour)
I know every damn part of these sets, from watching
all the movies and tv shows... it's like old homes
I've never been to.

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« #13 : July 28, 2006, 03:08:54 PM »

I think Columbia has sold it's backlot and uses another site for filming. I would also love to see the Western sets.


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« #14 : July 28, 2006, 04:09:48 PM »

1. Almeria
2. Sad Hill (There's no more graveyard left, but I believe Don Bruce once showed us the site.)
3. Monument Valley (I've been there once but I'm dying to go back!)
4. Medinaceli (where Banco de Mesa Verde was)
5. McBain Ranch


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