In Search of Western Movie Sites is a compilation of 64 articles written for the bi-monthly newsletter Western Clippings by Carlo Gaberscek and Kenny Stier. They are profoundly convinced of the fundamental importance of landscapes and natural exteriors in westerns. These articles are listed regionally, starting with the Southwestern states (Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, Utah, and Nevada), progressing to California, the Northwest, Midwest, and Southern states, followed by Canada, and finishing with Mexico. They focus on the making of both A and B-westerns in a single state or a specific area of a state, and contain selected filmographies and detailed information on the locations. They envision a vast atlas of western cinema, a map of both real and imagined places constructed by Hollywood. This book, which includes over 200 stills and photos taken on location, is a guide to thousands of western film locations.The scene where the characters meet the workers who fix the telegraph wires wiped out by the Shoshone Indians was filmed on the rolling hills of Oak Tree Canyon overlooking Whetstone Mountains, Mustangs and Huachucas. Ita#39;s the same spot ... Because of its brilliant white color, it was called aThe White Dove of the Deserta. This mission ... with Ronald Reagan, The Lone Ranger and the Lost City of Gold (1958) with Clayton Moore, televisiona#39;s The High Chaparral (1967-71 ). Circle Zanbsp;...
|Title||:||In Search of Western Movie Sites|
|Author||:||Carlo Gaberscek, Kenny Stier|
|Publisher||:||Lulu.com - 2014|