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        stagecoach at Bonanza Creek Movie Ranch in northern New Mexico        here on Page One:
Government Film Links
New Mexico Industry Links
Albuquerque Industry Links
Santa Fe Industry Links

Film Festivals in New Mexico

Selected Films Made In
New Mexico, 1898-1989

on Page Two:

Selected Films Made In
New Mexico, from 1990

NEW movies, coming soon

Movie producers have been filming in New Mexico for a century, especially Westerns. Starting in 2003, state and local governments promoted
film & media production here thru tax incentives, funding help, and elimination of 'red tape'. Then the new Republican governor cut the program back in 2011,
and jobs and tax revenues quickly saw major reductions. The impact of New Mexico's film industry grew from $8 million in 2002 to $657 million in fiscal 2008,
and New Mexico's I.A.T.S.E. Local 480 grew from 79 members in 1998 to 1200 members in mid-2008.

100 Years of Filmmaking In New Mexico   "100 Years of Filmmaking In New Mexico" [1998]
from New Mexico Magazine

U.N.M. Press 10¾x9 hardcover [12/98] for $24.95

CinemaTour's listing of movie theaters (past & present) in New Mexico

      

Government  Film  Links

New Mexico Film Office {of the Economic Development Dept.}
New Mexico Film Museum [unfunded 8/2005, closed 5/2010]
New Mexico Film Locations website
Big House Props & Costumes {state-run non-profit}
U.N.M. Continuing Education 'On Camera Careers' curriculum
New Mexico Film & Media Industry Conference [May 2014 = #2]

New Mexico's Green Filmmaking Program

Local  Film  Agencies

City of Albuquerque [NM] Film Office
Clayton, New Mexico Film Liaison
Las Cruces [NM] Film Commission
Las Vegas, New Mexico Film Office
Otero County [NM] Film Office
Rio Arriba County [NM] Film Liaison Office [est. 11/2008]
Rio Rancho [NM] Film Commission [est. 11/2006]
Santa Fe [NM] Film Office
Taos County [NM] Film Commission

New Mexico  Film  Industry  Links
definition/derivation of the term 'Tamalewood'
New Mexico Travel & Business Links Pages
Film New Mexico {occasional} weblog
New Mexico Actors website
New Mexico Chapter of Women In Film & Television
New Mexico Screenwriters Speakers Series
Allen Theatres - 18 locations in NM [est. 1912]
Pasa Tiempo Film Guide {magazine/slide show}
New Mexico Actors Guide
New Mexico Locations Leasing, based in Santa Fe, NM
Elliott Location Equipment, based in Albuquerque, NM
Crew New Mexico film industry resource
The Muir Studio {pre-production} in Las Cruces, NM
New Mexico Post Alliance

I.A.T.S.E. Local 480 - New Mexico Film Technicians             New Mexico Film Resource Board non-profit group             New Mexico Film Foundation non-profit group [est. 11/2013] based in Santa Fe, NM

Buena Vista Ranch near Las Vegas, New Mexico
Charles R Ranch, on County Road 24 in Romeroville, New Mexico
Cook Ranch, near Galisteo, New Mexico
Cristobal Ranch near Galisteo, New Mexico
Makarios Ranch in Cerrillos, NM
Ruby Ranch, north of Los Alamos in San Miguel County, New Mexico
Staly Ranch, near Montezuma in San Miguel County, New Mexico

Individuals  of  New Mexico

  Mae Marsh  [1894-1968] was born in Madrid, New Mexico
browse Mae Marsh on VHS & DVDIMDb credits [1910-64] Wikipedia

Production  Companies  in  New Mexico
Southwest Production Services
White Sands Production Services, based in Alamogordo, NM
Cypress Film Labs in Las Vegas, NM

Albuquerque, NM  Film  Industry  Links

City of Albuquerque [NM] Film Office
City Production Services Directory {by topic}: A-CD-OP-QR-Z

G.E. Nordell's Albuquerque, New Mexico Travel & Business Links Page
Guild Cinema [est. 1966] in Albuquerque's Nob Hill District
The Phoenix Agency - actors, models, musicians - in Albuquerque, NM
Cinnafilm™ digital effects technology in Albuquerque, NM
Filmmaker Production Services [est. 10/2008, sold off props 6/2010] in Albuquerque, NM
Friends of Film, Video & Arts [est. 2006] in Albuquerque, NM
L.A. Stunts Training Center in Rio Rancho, NM

'Awards Night In Hollywood' Party & Viewing Opportunity [Feb 2015 = #3] at Albuquerque's KiMo Theatre during the Oscar show
City of Albuquerque's 505 Youth Film Festival for K-12 [May 2009 = #2] at KiMo Theater
Duke City Shootout filmmaking film festival [July]
Albuquerque [NM] Film Festival [Aug 2011 = #3] in Albuquerque, NM

Albuquerque Art Museum exhibit "Hollywood Southwest: New Mexico in Film & Television" [Feb-Aug 2017]  8/2017

Individuals  in  Albuquerque, NM  area

Bean Brothers "Film Students" webcast on YouTube: 14-episode first season

teen actress Elise Eberle: IMDb listing

director-producer Tony Estrada: Wild Horse FilmsIMDb listing

E.G. Productions / Elizabeth Gabel, casting director

actor {SAG, etc} Cliff Gravel: websiteIMDb listing

filmmaker Erin Hudson of Albuquerque, NM

filmmaker & casting director Hannah Macpherson of Albuquerque, NM: IndieQ profileIMDb listing

producer Brent Morris: production company [est. 2006]credits at IMDb

Devin D. O'Leary, film critic at The Weekly Alibi newspaper in Albuquerque, NM

actress Rachel Ticotin: browse DVDsIMDb listingWikipedia

juvenile actress Willow Shields {of "Hunger Games" [2012]} lives in Albuquerque, NM

actress Rebekah Wiggins: IMDb listing

Production  Companies  in  Albuquerque, NM  area
Abalone Studios Game Production Services in Albuquerque, NM
Albuquerque [NM] Independent Film Cooperative
Basement Films [est. 1991] in Albuquerque, NM
SFX wizard Joseph Conti & Conti Films [est. 2001] in Rio Rancho, NM
filmmaker Christopher Coppola's Ears XXI company
D H & J Productions in Albuquerque, NM
independent filmmakers Egg Murders Productions, LLC of Albuquerque, NM
Fat Man Media [est. 2008] in Corrales, NM
Filmmaker Production Services [est. 10/2008, sold off props 6/2010] formerly of Albuquerque, NM
Image Resources, Inc. in NE Albuquerque, NM
IndieProduction [est. 2006] in Albuquerque, NM
Mario's Motion Picture Catering [est. 1983] - branches in AZ, CA, GA, IL & NM
New Mexico Digital Video [est. 2000] in Albuquerque, NM
Production Central of Albuquerque post-production facility, 519 Central Ave. NW
uPublic is a locally-focused independent studio & production company in Downtown Albuquerque, NM

ReelzChannel [launched 9/2006, moved to Albuquerque's Q Studios 5/2009]

Movie  Studio  Facilities  in  Albuquerque, NM  area

the new Albuquerque [NM] Studios facility [opened 2007] at Mesa del Sol

I-25 Studios {formerly Titan/Philips Studios aka Philips Stages, 2006-2009}

Lionsgate Movie Studio in Rio Rancho, New Mexico { deal expired 11/2008 }

Rio Grande Studios [2004-2011] in NE Albuquerque, NM

Sony Pictures Imageworks [est. 1993]
facility at Albuquerque Studios (ann. 2007) changed to Downtown Albuquerque office building (2009)
official websiteWikipedia

Soundstage 41 in NE Albuquerque, NM

photograph of the Western church on the Albuquerque Studios backlot


Santa Fe, NM  Film  Industry  Links
Santa Fe [NM] Film Office
Santa Fe [NM] Film Festival [Oct 2011 = #12]
G.E. Nordell's Santa Fe, New Mexico Travel & Business Pages
The Screen: New Mexico's Cinematheque [est. 1998] at Santa Fe University of Art & Design
Film School Program at Santa Fe University of Art & Design

New Mexico Filmmakers Showcase [January 2015] in Santa Fe, NM
Santa Fe, NM 'Summer In The Dark' Noir Film Festival [Sept 2011 = #14] {defunct?}
Santa Fe [NM] International Film Festival [Oct 2010 = #2]
N.M.F.F. 'On The Page' Screenwriters Conference [Oct 2016 = #1] in Santa Fe, NM

Individuals  in  Santa Fe, NM  area

actor Val Kilmer
Kilmer sold his Pecos River Ranch near Rowe, NM in September 2011 to a Texas oilman for a reported $18M

Tony Mark, co-producer of Oscar-winner "Hurt Locker"

artist & filmmaker David Jean Schweitzer lives near Taos, NM
official websitecredits at IMDb

actor-director Arron Shiver of Santa Fe, NM: IMDb listing

Native American actor Wes Studi of Santa Fe, NM
browse Wes Studi on DVDofficial websitecredits at IMDbWikipedia

Production  Companies  in  Santa Fe, NM
Cinevision Productions in Santa Fe, NM
High Definition New Mexico in Santa Fe, NM
Alton Walpole's Mountainair Films in Santa Fe, NM
Real Deal Productions/Montage 3 Films in Santa Fe, NM
Taos Land & Film Company [est. 1989]
Zia Film Distribution LLC [est. 1993] in Santa Fe, NM

Movie  Studio  Facilities  in  Santa Fe, NM  area
Bonanza Creek Movie Ranch near Santa Fe, NM
J.W. Eaves Movie Ranch on NM Highway 14

Garson Studios [est. 1989] in Santa Fe, New Mexico            Santa Fe Film & Media Studios on NM Highway 14 southeast of Santa Fe, New Mexico [opened 10/2011]



Film  Festivals  in  New Mexico
RioFest Intl. Environmental Film Festival [Jan 2007 = #1] in Socorro, New Mexico
New Mexico Film Festival [Feb 2013 = #2] at U.N.M. - Valencia Campus

New Mexico Italian Film Festival [Feb 2009 = #3] in Albuquerque, New Mexico

Taos [NM] Shortz Film Fest [March 2013 = #6]
Sin Fronteras {Latino/Latina} Film Festival [April 2006 = #4] in Albuquerque, New Mexico
Taos Picture Show film festival [April 2005 = #2]
Indigenous Independent Film Festival [April 2006 = #1] in Albuquerque, New Mexico
New Mexico Filmmakers Showcase [May] in Albuquerque, New Mexico
Organ Mountain Film Festival [May 2005] in Las Cruces, New Mexico
City of Albuquerque's 505 Youth Film Festival for K-12 [May 2009 = #2] at KiMo Theater

Albuquerque [NM] Bollywood Film Festival [May 2012 = #1] = defunct?        ˇCine Magnífico! Latino Film Festival [May-June 2013 = #1]

Santa Fe, New Mexico 'Summer In The Dark' Noir Film Festival [July 2006 = #9]
Duke City Shootout filmmaking film festival [July]
Roswell [NM] Film Festival "1947" [2007 = #1?]
PAHfest Digital Media Festival [July 2006] in Grants, New Mexico
Local Shorts Film Festival [Aug 2005 = #3] in Albuquerque, NM
Albuquerque [NM] Film Festival [Aug 2011 = #3] in Albuquerque, New Mexico
Future Voices Native Film & Video Festival [Aug 2017 = #8] of Santa Fe, New Mexico
Native Cinema Showcase [Aug 2017 = #17] in Santa Fe, New Mexico
Northern New Mexico Film Festival [Sept 2007 = #2] in Las Vegas, New Mexico
Silver City [NM] Short Film Festival [Sept 2007 = #2]
Wild Film! International Wildlife Film Festival [Sept 2007] in Taos, New Mexico
Southwest Gay & Lesbian Film Festival [Sept-Oct]

Santa Fe [NM] Independent Film Festival [Oct 2012 = #4]            White Sands Intl. Film Festival [Sept 2014 = #10] in Las Cruces, New Mexico]

New Mexico Middle-Eastern Film Festival [Oct 2005 = #2]
Fiery Film Fest [Oct 2005 = #5] in Clovis, New Mexico
Taos [NM] Mountain Film Festival [Oct 2005 = #5]
Duke City DocFest [Oct 2011] in Albuquerque, New Mexico
Fans of Film Festival for Social & Environmental Change [Oct 2010 = #2] in Albuquerque, New Mexico

Santa Fe [NM] Film Festival [Dec 2012 = #13]

Mesilla Valley Film Society [est. 1989]
W.N.M.U. - Silver City Intl. Film Society [est. 1994]


Selected  Films  Made  In  New Mexico
{ in chronological order }

alphabetical list of movie & TV production made in New Mexico from A.B.C. Public Library

Selected Films Made In New Mexico, 1898-1989 {just below}

Selected Films Made In New Mexico, from 1990 {on Page Two}
jump to NEW movies, coming soon

"Indian Day School" [28 seconds; Edison Mfg. Co. Feb 1898 clip]
Filmed at The Pueblo of Isleta Tuei in New Mexico; one of the very earliest films made in America;
Thomas Edison sent a camera and crew Out West to document the country and people • bare credits from IMDb

watch [0:28 MPG file] free online using QuickTime or Windows Media

"A Pueblo Legend" [13 mins.; Biograph Aug 1912 short]
Filmed at The Pueblo of Isleta Tuei in New Mexico; written & directed by D.W. Griffith; starring Mary
Pickford
, Wilfred Lucas, Robert Harron, J. Jiquel Lanoe, Charles Hill Mailes & Jack Pickford
print exists only at the Mary Pickford Archivefull credits from IMDb

"The Tourists" [Biograph Aug 1912 short]
Filmed in Albuquerque, New Mexico including the Alvarado Hotel & Harvey House and the Santa Fe RR's
Barelas Shops; directed by & co-starring Mack Sennett; starring Charles West, Mabel Normand,
William J. Butler, Grace Henderson, Frank Evans & Kate Toncray
a print of this film survives in the U.C.L.A. Film & TV Archives • full credits at IMDb

"The Hazards of Helen"
119-chapter silent serial [Kalem / General Nov 1914-Feb 1917]
poster for 'Helen's Sacrifice' Chapter 1 of silent serial "The Hazards of Helen" [Nov 1914]  
poster for 'A Railroader's Bravery' Chapter 29 of silent serial "The Hazards of Helen" [May 1915]  
Chapters 21-25 were filmed at Las Vegas, New Mexico circa April 1915; released as 119 distinct episodes, over 28 months time, often without the standard cliffhanger ending; only a few episodes survive today. Helen is a clerk at a railroad who is either endangered by bad guys or heroically saves the railroad and its rolling stock and men. Filming took place at the Glendale, California railyards of the Southern Pacific Railroad, on the Sierra Railroad in Central California, and on the Santa Fe Railway in Las Vegas, NM • Based on a novel by John Russell Corvell and the play by Denman Thompson; adapted by W. Scott Darling & Frank Howard Clark; episodes 1-48 were produced & directed by J.P. McGowan and starred Helen Holmes; episodes 49-119 were directed by James G. Davis and starred Rose Wenger Gibson, the wife of later cowboy star Hoot Gibson; Rose previously had been a stunt-double for Helen Holmes.
full credits at IMDbserial entry at Wikipedia

"The Hazards of Helen" on DVD [2007]
indep b&w DVD [10/2007] for $12.95
contains four 12-minute chapters: "The Leap From The Water Tower" [#9 1915], "The Pay Train" [#31 1915], "In Danger's Path" [#33 1915], and "The Open Track" [#63 1916]

other surviving chapters include: Chapter 13 "Escape of The Fast Freight" [1915] and Chapter 26 "The Wild Engine" [1915] — {see Magic Lantern's History Page / Video Collections Section}

"Billy The Kid"
aka "The Highwayman Rides" [M.G.M. Oct 1930]
Billy The Kid 1930 black movie poster by King Vidor  Billy The Kid 1930 blue movie poster by King Vidor  Location filming in the Gallup, New Mexico area; based on the hit W.N. Burns novel; the first sound film about outlaw Billy The Kid; well-acted melodrama with a {no kidding} happy ending! • Directed by King Vidor [1894-1982]; starring John Mack Brown {as Billy}, Wallace Beery, Kay Johnson, Warner Richmond & James A. Marcus
video/DVD not available; full credits from IMDb
11"x17" blue poster from Amazon for $9.99

much more on the Billy The Kid Page at 'Readers of The Purple Sage' Bookstore

"Trail of The Lonesome Pine"  [Paramount Feb 1936]
Filmed at Big Bear Lake & Iverson Ranch in California, and near Gallup, New Mexico;
produced by Walter Wanger; directed by Henry Hathaway; based on a novel by John Fox, Jr.;
starring Sylvia Sidney, Fred MacMurray & Henry Fonda • full credits at IMDb

the texas rangers [1936] location filming near Santa Fe
flying tigers [1942] location filming near Santa Fe
the man from laramie [1955] location filming near Santa Fe
hollywood or bust [1956] location filming near Santa Fe
butch cassidy [1969] location filming near Santa Fe

"The Bad Man" [Loew's/M.G.M. March 1941]
Filmed at Red Rock Canyon in California, Flagstaff, Arizona, and Gallup, New Mexico; directed by
Richard Thorpe; based on a 1920 Broadway stageplay by Porter Emerson Browne; starring Wallace Beery,
Lionel Barrymore, Laraine Day, Ronald Reagan, Henry Travers & Chris-Pin Martin • full credits at IMDb

"Sundown" [United Artists Oct 1941]
Filmed at Acoma Pueblo & near Gallup, New Mexico (as North Africa); produced by Walter Wanger; directed by
Henry Hathaway; music by Miklós Rózsa; starring Gene Tierney, Bruce Cabot, George Sanders, Harry Carey,
Reginald Gardiner, Cedric Hardwicke, Emmett Smith, Dorothy Dandridge & Woody Strode • full credits at IMDb

"Bombardier" [R.K.O. Radio Pictures May 1943]
Bombardier 1943 movie   Mostly filmed at Kirtland Army Air Base in Albuquerque, New Mexico; the U.S. Army sets up a school to teach precision high-altitude bombing; directed by Richard Wallace & Lambert Hillyer; written by John Twist & Martin Rackin; starring Pat O'Brien, Randolph Scott, Anne Shirley, Eddie Albert, BrigGen. Eugene L. Eubank, Robert Ryan, Barton MacLane, Walter Reed, Richard Martin, Hugh Beaumont & Paul Fix
Warner Archive Collection b&w DVD [6/2011] for $18.89
Eurpac b&w VHS [5/93] out of prodn/used
Turner Home Ent. b&w VHS [undated] out of prodn/used
27"x40" poster from Amazon for $16.95
full credits at IMDbmovie entry at Wikipedia

"The Desert Song" [Warner Bros. Dec 1943]
Filmed in Technicolor at Canyon de Chelly in Arizona, and near Gallup, New Mexico; directed by Robert Florey;
based on a stageplay by Oscar Hammerstein II & Otto Harbach; starring Dennis Morgan, Irene Manning, Bruce Cabot,
Lynne Overman, Gene Lockhart, Faye Emerson, Gerald Mohr & Duncan Renaldo • full credits at IMDb

"Sudan" [Universal April 1945]
Working title was "Song of The Nile"; filmed in Technicolor, at locations near Gallup, New Mexico; directed by
John Rawlins; starring Maria Montez, Jon Hall, Turhan Bey, Andy Devine & George Zucco • full credits at IMDb

"Leave Her To Heaven" [Fox Dec 1945]
Filmed in Technicolor; location filming in California, Arizona, Wyoming, Maine & New Mexico; directed by
John M. Stahl; based on a novel by Ben Ames Williams; starring Gene Tierney, Cornel Wilde, Jeanne Crain,
Vincent Price, Mary Philips, Ray Collins, Gene Lockhart, Reed Hadley, Darryl Hickman, Chill Wills & Mae Marsh;
won Oscar for Best Color Cinematography • full credits at IMDb

"Ride The Pink Horse" [Universal Oct 1947]
Ride The Pink Horse movie by Robert Montgomery  Filmed in the Santa Fe, New Mexico area. An ex-G.I. appears in a New Mexico border town seeking revenge for the death of a pal, or perhaps blackmail? The locals are evasive, the mysterious gangster Hugo is expected any time now, and an F.B.I. agent needs evidence before he can arrest the bad guy; the finale was filmed during the annual Burning of Zozobra [est. 1924] ritual • Directed by & starring Robert Montgomery; based on the 1946 novel by Dorothy B. Hughes; also starring Wanda Hendrix, Art Smith, Fred Clark & Thomas Gomez {Oscar nom}
DVD/Blu-ray not available • full credits at IMDbmovie entry at Wikipedia

"Four Faces West"  [United Artists Aug 1948]
Filming at San Rafael in NW New Mexico, also near Gallup & Ramah; directed by Alfred E. Green; based on
the classic Western novel "Paso Por Aqui" by Eugene Manlove Rhodes; starring Joel McCrea, Frances Dee,
Charles Bickford, Joseph Calleia & William Conrad; W.G.A. nom for Best Script • full credits at IMDb

"Streets of Laredo" [Paramount May 1949]
Filmed in Technicolor in California & Gallup, New Mexico; directed by Leslie Fenton; based on an original script
by King Vidor [1894-1982]; music by Victor Young; starring William Holden, Macdonald Carey, Mona Freeman,
William Bendix, Stanley Ridges, Alfonso Bedoya, Ray & Clem Bevans; W.G.A. nom for Best Script
full credits at IMDb

"Colorado Territory" [Warner Bros. June 1949]
Colorado Territory Western feature starring Joel McCrea  A remake as a cowboy movie of the Raoul Walsh & Humphrey Bogart film "High Sierra" [1941], with the plot very much intact. Filmed in California, Arizona, and near Gallup, New Mexico, with railroad footage filmed on the Durango & Silverton Railroad in Colorado; an outlaw is sprung from prison to lead the hold-up of a train • Directed by Raoul Walsh; written by Edmund H. North & John Twist, based on previous script & novel "High Sierra" by W.R. Burnett [1899-1982]; starring Joel McCrea, Virginia Mayo, Dorothy Malone, Henry Hull, John Archer & James Mitchell
Warner Bros. Archive Collxn b&w DVD-R [5/2009] for $19.93
full credits at IMDbmovie entry at Wikipedia

"Rocky Mountain" [Warner Bros. Nov 1950]
Filmed near Gallup, New Mexico; directed by William Keighley; music by Max Steiner; starring Errol Flynn [1909-59]; Patrice Wymore, Scott Forbes, Guinn 'Big Boy' Williams, Dickie Jones, Howard Petrie, Slim Pickens, Chubby Johnson, Robert 'Buzz' Henry, Sheb Wooley & Yakima Canutt • full credits at IMDb

"Raton Pass" [Warner Bros. April 1951]
Filmed near Gallup, New Mexico; directed by Edwin L. Marin; based on the novel by Thomas W. Blackburn;
starring Dennis Morgan, Patricia Neal, Steve Cochran, Scott Forbes, Dorothy Hart, Basil Ruysdael, Louis Jean
Heydt, Roland Winters & James Burke • full credits at IMDb

"New Mexico" [United Artists May 1951]
Filmed at Iverson Ranch in California, and Albuquerque, Gallup & Santa Fe in New Mexico; directed by Irving Reis;
starring Lew Ayres, Marilyn Maxwell, Robert Hutton, Andy Devine, Raymond Burr, Jeff Corey, Lloyd Corrigan,
Verna Felton, Ted de Corsia, John Hoyt, Jack Kelly & Hans Conried {as President Lincoln} • full credits at IMDb

"Ace In The Hole" aka "The Big Carnival" [Paramount June 1951]
Filmed at Albuquerque, Gallup & Laguna Pueblo in New Mexico; co-produced, co-written & directed by
Billy Wilder [1906-2002]; music by Hugo Friedhofer; starring Kirk Douglas, Jan Sterling, Robert Arthur,
Porter Hall, Frank Cady, Richard Benedict, Ray Teal, Lewis Martin, John Berkes, Frances Dominguez
& Iron Eyes Cody; Oscar nom for Best Script • full credits at IMDb

"Fort Defiance" [United Artists Oct 1951]
Filmed in Cinecolor in Utah and near Gallup, New Mexico; directed by John Rawlins; starring Dane Clark, Ben
Johnson, Peter Graves, Tracey Roberts, George Cleveland, Ralph Sanford & Iron Eyes Cody • full credits at IMDb

"The Tall Texan"  [Lippert Pictures Feb 1953]
Filmed at Iverson Ranch in California, and near Deming & Columbus, New Mexico {at the Mexican border}; directed by Elmo Williams;
starring Lloyd Bridges, Lee J. Cobb, Marie Windsor & Luther Adler • full credits at IMDb

"Salt of The Earth"  [March 1954]
Salt of the Earth & Hollywood Ten  A fictional, neo-realist-style tale about oppressed Hispanic-American zinc miners in New Mexico, who go on a strike led mostly by the women. The pro-labor stance and the alleged political ties of many of the filmmakers caused the film to be the only officially-blacklisted movie in American history. Directed by Herbert J. Biberman [B]; script by Michael Biberman & Michael Wilson [B]; produced by Paul Jarrico [B]; starring Will Geer [B]; listed on National Film Registry in 1992  {NOTE: Blacklisted members of the cast & crew are indicated with '[B]'.}
Pioneer b&w DVD [3/99] out of prodn/used
credits from IMDbmovie entry at Wikipedia

more details (synopsis, books, posters, links) on
Magic Lantern's "Salt of The Earth" 1954 Movie Page

"Ring of Fear" [Warner Bros. July 1954]
Ring of Fear 1954 circus movie  Location filming in Deming, New Mexico; made in WarnerColor™ & widescreen CinemaScope™; a former circus employee and homicidal maniac escapes from the asylum and heads to the Clyde Beatty Circus for revenge; he forces the drunken clown to set up acts of sabotage; the circus manager asks Mickey Spillane for help, and he brings in former cop (and inspiration for Mike Hammer) Jack Stang, pretending to be a reporter.
Co-written & co-directed by James Edward Grant; co-directed by William A. Wellman; co-written by Paul Fix & Philip MacDonald; starring Clyde Beatty, Mickey Spillane, Pat O'Brien, Sean McClory, Marian Carr, John Bromfield, Pedro Gonzalez Gonzalez, Emmett Lynn, Jack Stang, Kenneth Tobey, Kathy Cline & Karl Wallenda
Paramount widescreen color DVD [6/2006] for $8.15
full credits at IMDbmovie entry at Wikipedia

"The Man From Laramie"  [Columbia Aug 1955]
Filmed in Technicolor at Bonanza Creek Ranch, Santa Fe & Taos, and at the Taos & Tesuque pueblos of New Mexico;
directed by Anthony Mann; starring James Stewart, Arthur Kennedy, Donald Crisp, Cathy O'Donnell, Alex Nicol,
Aline MacMahon, Wallace Ford, Jack Elam & John War Eagle • full credits at IMDb

"Cowboy"  [Columbia Feb 1958]
Filmed at the Stockyards in El Paso, Texas and at Bonanza Creek Ranch & San Ildefonso Pueblo in New Mexico;
directed by Delmer Daves; based on a book by Frank Harris; Glenn Ford, Jack Lemmon {as Harris}, Anna Kashfi, Brian
Donlevy, Dick York, Víctor Manuel Mendoza, Richard Jaeckel, King Donovan, Donald Randolph, James Westerfield,
Eugene Iglesias, Frank DeKova & Strother Martin; D.G.A. nom for Best Director • full credits at IMDb

"Fort Massacre" [Mirisch / United Artists May 1958]
Filmed in Deluxe Color in Utah and near Gallup, New Mexico; directed by Joseph M. Newman; starring
Joel McCrea, Forrest Tucker, Susan Cabot, John Russell, George N. Neise, Anthony Caruso, Robert
Osterloh & Denver Pyle • full credits at IMDb

"Lonely Are The Brave"  [Universal May 1962]
Lonely Are The Brave movie directed by David Miller, starring Kirk Douglas  Filmed in the Albuquerque area; directed by David Miller; script by [blacklistee] Dalton Trumbo, based on 'The Brave Cowboy' by Edward Abbey; starring Kirk Douglas, Gena Rowlands & Walter Matthau
Universal widescreen b&w DVD [7/2009] for $17.49
Universal b&w VHS [3/92] out of prodn/used
full credits from IMDb
The Brave Cowboy novel by Edward Abbey  "The Brave Cowboy: An Old Tale In A New Time" [novel 1956]
by Edward Abbey [1927-89]

Avon 8x5¼ pb [4/92] for $10.80
Univ NM Press 8x5½ pb [10/77] out of print/used
BooksOnTape audio [1/88] out of stock/used

"Calhoun: County Agent" [1964]
Never-aired TV pilot filmed in Las Cruces, New Mexico; directed by Stuart Rosenberg; theme music by
Mel Tormé; co-produced by & starring Jackie Cooper; also starring Ken Berry, Howard Duff, Beverly Garland,
Robert Lansing, Barbara Luna & Barbara Stanwyck • DVD/Blu-ray not available • bare credits at IMDb

"A Distant Trumpet" [Warner Bros. May 1964]
Filmed in Technicolor in Arizona and near Gallup, New Mexico; directed by Raoul Walsh [1887-1980]; based
on a novel by Paul Horgan; music by Max Steiner; starring Troy Donahue, Suzanne Pleshette, Diane McBain,
James Gregory, William Reynolds, Claude Akins, Kent Smith, Judson Pratt, Bartlett Robinson, Bobby Bare,
Larry Ward & Richard X. Slattery • full credits at IMDb

"The Hallelujah Trail" [Mirisch / United Artists June 1965]
Filmed in Technicolor at Lone Pine, California and at Coyote Canyon, Gallup, Santa Rosa, Shiprock, Tohatchi & Twin Lakes in New Mexico;
co-produced & directed by John Sturges; based on a novel by Bill Gulick; music by Elmer Bernstein; starring Burt Lancaster, Lee Remick,
Jim Hutton, Pamela Tiffin, Donald Pleasence, Brian Keith, Martin Landau, John Anderson, Tom Stern, Robert J. Wilke, Dub Taylor, Whit Bissell,
Helen Kleeb & Carl Pitti; narrated by John Dehner • full credits at IMDb

"The Devil’s Mistress" [indep March 1966]
The Devil’s Mistress 1966 low-budget feature film   Filmed in Las Cruces, New Mexico. A surreal fantasy Western, set circa 1870; two desperadoes kill a rancher and rape his wife; they do not know that she is a witch and very good at revenge – until it is too late. Produced by & starring Wes Moreland>; written & directed by Orville Wanzer; also starring Joan Stapleton {her only film}, Robert Gregory, Douglas Warren, Oren Williams & Arthur Resley
VHS/DVD/Blu-ray not available • credits at IMDb

"Where Angels Go . . . Trouble Follows"  [Columbia April 1968]
Filming locations included Pennsylvania and Eaves Movie Ranch in New Mexico; directed by James Neilson;
starring Rosalind Russell, Stella Stevens, Robert Taylor, Binnie Barnes, Milton Berle, Mary Wickes, Dolores
Sutton, Arthur Godfrey, Van Johnson, and Tommy Boyce & Bobby Hart • full credits at IMDb

"Easy Rider"  [Columbia Pictures July 1969]
Filmed in California, Arizona & Louisiana, and around Taos, Madrid & Santa Fe in New Mexico

Taos, New Mexico's 40th Anniversary "Summer of Love" Filmfest

more details (synopsis, books, posters, links) on
Magic Lantern's "Easy Rider" 1969 Movie Page

a gun fight [1971] location filming near Santa Fe
pocket money [1972] location filming near Santa Fe
the cowboys [1972] location filming near Santa Fe

"The Good Guys and The Bad Guys"
[Warner Bros./Seven Arts Nov 1969]
Filmed at Janss Conejo Ranch & Warner Bros. Ranch in California, at Silverton in Colorado, and at
the Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad in Chama, New Mexico; directed by Burt Kennedy; starring
Robert Mitchum, George Kennedy, David Carradine, Martin Balsam, Tina Louise, Lois Nettleton,
John Carradine, Marie Windsor, Kathleen Freeman & Jimmy Murphy • full credits at IMDb

"The Cheyenne Social Club"
[National General Pictures June 1970]
Filmed in Technicolor at Bonanza Creek Ranch, Eaves Movie Ranch & Santa Fe in New Mexico; co-produced &
directed by Gene Kelly; based on the novel by Davis Grubb; starring Jimmy Stewart, Henry Fonda, Shirley Jones,
Sue Ane Langdon, Elaine Devry, Arch Johnson. Dabbs Greer, Jackie Russell, Jackie Joseph, Sharon DeBord,
Richard Collier, Charles Tyner, Jean Willes, Robert J. Wilke, Carl Reindel, J. Pat O'Malley, Jason Wingreen,
Charlotte Stewart & John Dehner; W.G.A. nom for Best Comedy Script • full credits at IMDb

"Chisum" [Batjac/Warner Bros. June 1970]
Chisum movie directed by Andrew V. McLaglen, starring John Wayne  Lincoln County cattlemen Chisum and Tunstall fight off corrupt businessman Murphy with the help of gunfighter Billy Bonney. Filmed in Durango, Mexico and at Eaves Movie Ranch in New Mexico; directed by Andrew V. McLaglen, script by Andrew J. Fenady; starring John Wayne, Forrest Tucker, Christopher George, Ben Johnson, Glenn Corbett {as Pat Garrett}, Andrew Prine, Bruce Cabot, Patric Knowles, Richard Jaeckel, Lynda Day George, Geoffrey Deuel (as Billy The Kid}, Pedro Gonzalez Gonzalez, Pedro Armendáriz Jr. & Christopher Mitchum
Warner color DVD [5/2007] for $9.69
Warner color DVD [6/2003] out of prodn/used
Warner color VHS [5/98] out of prodn/used
full credits at IMDbmovie entry at Wikipedia

"Flap"  [Warner Bros. Nov 1970]
Filmed in Technicolor in Albuquerque, Madrid & Santa Fe, and at the Santa Clara & Santo Domingo pueblos
of New Mexico; directed by Carol Reed; script by Clair Huffaker, based on his novel; starring Anthony Quinn,
Claude Akins, Tony Bill, Shelley Winters, Victor Jory, Don Collier, Victor French, Rodolfo Acosta, Susana
Miranda, Anthony Caruso, William Mims, Rudy Diaz, Pedro Regas & John War Eagle • full credits at IMDb

"The Gatling Gun"  [1971]
starring Guy Stockwell, Robert Fuller, Barbara Luna, Woody Strode, Patrick Wayne, Pat Buttram & John Carradine

"Billy Jack"  [Warner Bros. May 1971 & May 1973]
Filmed in California, in Prescott, Arizona, and in Los Alamos & Santa Fe in New Mexico; co-written &
directed by Tom Laughlin {as T.C. Frank}; co-written by & co-starring Delores Taylor
full credits at IMDbmovie entry at Wikipediaofficial movie site

Complete Billy Jack Collection DVD box set  "The Complete Billy Jack Collection" DVD Box Set [2009]
includes restored versions of "The Born Losers" [1967] (written by Elizabeth James); "Billy Jack" [1971]; "The Trial of Billy Jack" [1974]; "Billy Jack Goes To Washington" [1977]; extras include eight comment-aries; NOTE: "Born Losers" was filmed in California, "Trial" was filmed in Utah, Arizona & New Mexico, "BJGTW" was filmed in DC; produced, co-written & directed by and starring Tom Laughlin; co-written by & co-starring Delores Taylor
Image Ent. widescreen color DVD set [8/2009] 4 disks for $23.49

"Red Sky At Morning"  [Hal Wallis/Universal May 1971]
Red Sky At Morning 1971 movie  The family of a city-bred teenager relocates during World War II to a small town in rural New Mexico • Filmed at Eaves Movie Ranch, Lamy, Truchas & Santa Fe in New Mexico; produced by Hal B. Wallis; directed by James Goldstone; script by Marguerite Roberts, based on the novel by Richard Bradford; cinematography by Vilmos Zsigmond; starring Richard Thomas, Catherine Burns, Desi Arnaz Jr., Richard Crenna, Claire Bloom, John Colicos, Harry Guardino, Strother Martin, Nehemiah Persoff, Pepe Serna, Mario Aniov, Victoria Racimo & Kim Darby
video/DVD/Blu-ray not available • full credits at IMDbmovie entry at Wikipedia
Red Sky At Morning 1968 novel by Richard Bradford  "Red Sky At Morning: A Novel" [1968 bestseller]
by Richard Bradford

Harper Perennial Modern Classics 8x5¼ pb [5/99] for $10.70
Pocket Books mass pb [1969] out of print/used
Lippincott 7¾x5½ hardcover [1968] out of print/used
book entry at Wikipedia

"Two-Lane Blacktop"  [July 1971 cult classic]
Filmed in Arizona, Arkansas, California, North Carolina, Oklahoma & Tennessee, and at Santa Fe & Tucumcari in
New Mexico; directed by Monte Hellman; starring James Taylor, Warren Oates, Laurie Bird, Dennis Wilson, David
Drake, Richard Ruth, Rudy Wurlitzer, Jaclyn Hellman, Bill Keller & Harry Dean Stanton • full credits at IMDb

"Shoot Out"  [Universal Oct 1971]
Filming at Cerrillos, Chama, Los Alamos and Valles Caldera National Preserve in northern New Mexico, and
near Bishop, California; directed by Henry Hathaway; written by Marguerite Roberts, based on a novel by
Will James; starring Gregory Peck, Patricia Quinn, Robert F. Lyons, Susan Tyrrell, Jeff Corey, James Gregory,
Rita Gam & Dawn Lyn • full credits at IMDb

"Bunny O'Hare"  [Oct 1971]
An old lady is evicted from her home by the heartless bank, and watches the bulldozers destroy her house.
Living in the camper on the back of her pickup truck, she meets a hippie who sells used toilets; when he reveals
that he used to be a bank robber, she convinces him to teach her the trade.
Filmed in Albuquerque & Belén
in New Mexico; co-produced & directed by Gerd Oswald; starring Bette Davis {age 63}, Ernest Borgnine,
Jack Cassidy, Joan Delaney, Jay Robinson, Reva Rose, John Astin & Robert Foulk • full credits at IMDb

"When The Legends Die" [Fox Oct 1972]
When The Legends Die movie directed by Stuart Millar, starring Richard Widmark & Frederic Forrest  When The Legends Die novel by Hal Borland  Filmed on location in Colorado & New Mexico; a Ute Indian boy raised in the wild competes on the rodeo circuit and learns about America and himself. Directed by Stuart Millar; starring Richard Widmark, Frederic Forrest, Luana Anders & John War Eagle
Fox color VHS [7/88] out of prodn/used
full credits from IMDb
based on the 1963 novel by Hal Borland
Bantam Starfire pb [8/84] for $5.99

"My Name Is Nobody" aka "Lonesome Gun"
[Universal Europe Dec 1973, USA June 1974]
Filmed in Spain, Colorado & New Orleans, Louisiana, and in Mogollon ghost town, White Sands & Acoma Pueblo
in New Mexico; co-produced by Sergio Leone; directed by Tonino Valerii; music by Ennio Morricone; starring
Terence Hill, Henry Fonda, Jean Martin, R.G. Armstrong, Karl Braun, Leo Gordon, Steve Kanaly, Geoffrey Lewis
& Neil Summers • full credits at IMDb

"Ginger In The Morning"  [indep July 1974]
Filmed in Santa Fe & Santa Fe Plaza, Albuquerque & Rancho Encantada, New Mexico; co-produced & written by
& starring Mark Miller; directed by Gordon Wiles; co-starring Monte Markham, Susan Oliver, Sissy Spacek,
Slim Pickens, David Doyle, Marion Charles, Ward 'Kip' Allen & Fred Ward • full credits at IMDb

"The Man Who Fell To Earth" sci-fi classic
[British Lion / Cinema 5 March 1976]
Filmed at Albuquerque, Artesia, Fenton Lake, Jemez Springs, Los Lunas, Madrid, Roswell & White Sands,
New Mexico; directed by Nicolas Roeg; based on the novel by Walter Tevis; starring David Bowie, Rip Torn,
Candy Clark, Buck Henry, Bernie Casey, Jackson D. Kane, Rick Riccardo, Tony Mascia, Linda Hutton,
Claudia Jennings [1949-79] & Terry Southern •
full credits at IMDb

"Track of The Moon Beast" horror-fantasy [1976]
Filmed around Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA • credits at IMDb

"Casey's Shadow"  [Rastar / Columbia March 1978]
Casey's Shadow movie starring Walter Matthau  Set in Lafayette, Louisiana and at Ruidoso Downs Racetrack in New Mexico; a boy whose family trains horses pleads to save a colt with a bad leg, and the horse becomes a champion. Directed by [blacklistee] Martin Ritt; script Carol Sobieski based on a story by John McPhee; starring Walter Matthau, Michael Hershewe, Alexis Smith, Robert Webber, Murray Hamilton, Andrew Rubin, Steve Burns, Susan Myers, Harry Caesar, Joel Fluellen & Whit Bissell
Sony color DVD [9/2003] for $13.49
Sony color VHS [6/94] for $8.99
full credits at IMDbmovie entry at Wikipedia

"The Making of Casey's Shadow" [Columbia Pictures 1978]
TV movie directed by William Riead; credits at IMDb

every which way but loose [1978] location filming near Santa Fe
silverado [1985] location filming near Santa Fe
the milagro beanfield war [1988] location filming near Santa Fe

"Butch & Sundance: The Early Years" [1979]
Filming at Los Golondrinas property south of Santa Fe, NM

"Wild Times" [1980]
Filming at Los Golondrinas property south of Santa Fe, NM

"Kenny Rogers as The Gambler" TV movie [1980]
Filming at Valles Caldera National Preserve in northern New Mexico

"The Legend of The Lone Ranger"
[Wrather Prodns/Universal May 1981]
Legend of The Lone Ranger 1981 movie  After a modified version of the Origin Legend (six Texas Rangers ambushed by evil Butch Cavendish, etc), Lone Ranger and Tonto rescue kidnapped President Ulysses Grant from Cavendish and his gang • Location filming in California & Utah, and at Abiquiu, Bonanza Creek Ranch, Cook Ranch, Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad, Eaves Movie Ranch & Santa Fe in New Mexico; co-produced by Jack Wrather & Lew Grade; directed by William A. Fraker; cinematography by László Kovács; starring Klinton Spilsbury {overdubbed by James Keach}, Michael Horse, Christopher Lloyd, Matt Clark, Juanin Clay, Jason Robards, John Bennett Perry, David Hayward, John Hart, Richard Farnsworth {as 'Wild Bill' Hickok}, Lincoln Tate {as Gen. George A. Custer}, Ted Flicker {as 'Buffalo Bill' Cody} & Marc Gilpin
LionsGate color DVD [8/2008] for $11.99
Family Home Ent. color VHS [6/95] out of prodn/used
full credits from IMDbmovie entry at Wikipedia
see also 'Readers of The Purple Sage' Western Bookstore's Lone Ranger Page

"Lust In The Dust"  [1985]
Filmed at Bonanza Ranch (as Chili Verde, New Mexico) and Eaves Movie Ranch; starring Divine & Tab Hunter

"Silverado"  [Columbia July 1985]
Filmed in Technicolor at Abiquiu, Cook Ranch, Eaves Movie Ranch, Galisteo, Los Alamos & White Rock, and at the Cochiti, Nambé & Santa Ana pueblos
of New Mexico; co-produced & co-written by Lawrence & Mark Kasdan; directed by Lawrence Kasdan; starring Kevin Kline, Scott Glenn, Kevin Costner,
Danny Glover, Sheb Wooley, John Cleese, Rosanna Arquette, Brian Dennehy, Linda Hunt, Jeff Goldblum & Pepe Serna • full credits at IMDb

"Power" [1986]
Filmed at Durango, Mexico; at Astoria Studios, Queens and Armonk in New York; Seattle, Washington;
Washington, DC; and at Bonanza Creek Ranch, Albuquerque & Santa Fe in New Mexico
Directed by Sidney Lumet; starring Richard Gere • full credits at IMDb

"The Milagro Beanfield War"
[Esparza / Universal March 1988]
Filmed in Truchas, Los Alamos & Espańola in New Mexico; co-produced & directed by Robert Redford; based on
the novel by John Nichols; starring John Heard, Rubén Blades, Richard Bradford, Sonia Braga, Julie Carmen, James
Gammon, Melanie Griffith, Carlos Riquelme, Daniel Stern, Chick Vennera, Christopher Walken, Freddy Fender,
Tony Genaro, Jerry Hardin, Ronald G. Joseph, Mario Arrambide, Robert Carricart, M. Emmet Walsh & Lupita the Pig;
won Oscar for Best Original Score • full credits at IMDb
http://www.amazon.com/The-Milagro-Beanfield-War/dp/6132770534/ = script

The Milagro Beanfield War 1974 novel by John Nichols  "The Milagro Beanfield War" [1974]
Farmer Joe Mondragon is fed up with restrictions on watering his fields, so one day he slams his battered pickup truck to a stop, tugs on his gumboots, and illegally taps into the main irrigation channel.
Ballantine Books mass pb [2/87] out of print/170+ used
Owl Books 8¼x5¾ pb [2/2000] for $12.92
Henry Holt & Co. 9½x6½ hardcover [2/94] out of print/used

"Where The Hell's That Gold?!!?"  [CBS-TV Nov 1988]
Filmed at the Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad & at Eaves Movie Ranch in New Mexico; 90-minute
TV movie co-produced, written & directed by Burt Kennedy; starring Willie Nelson, Delta Burke, Jack Elam,
Alfonso Arau & Gerald McRaney • full credits at IMDb

"Young Guns" [Morgan Creek/Fox Aug 1988]
Young Guns movie poster directed by Christopher Cain, starring Emilio Estevez  Six cowboys, led by Billy The Kid, avenge the murder of their fatherly rancher employer, and are then outlawed
Filming at El Rancho de las Golondrinas south of Santa Fe, NM; co-produced & directed by Christopher Cain; co-produced & written by John Fusco; starring Emilio Estevez {as Billy}, Kiefer Sutherland, Lou Diamond Phillips, Charlie Sheen, Dermot Mulroney, Casey Siemaszko, Terence Stamp, Jack Palance & Patrick Wayne (as Garrett}
Lionsgate widescreen color Special Edition DVD [4/2003] for $10.49
Vestron Video widescreen color DVD [10/2001] out of prodn/many used
Lionsgate/Live Home Video widescreen color VHS [3/98] out of prodn/used
Vestron Video color VHS [10/99] out of prodn/many, many used
full credits from IMDb

"Twins"  [Universal Dec 1988]
Filmed in California & Texas, and at the Mabel Dodge Luhan House in Taos, and at Los Alamos, the Santa Fe Plaza &
the Rio Grande Gorge Bridge in New Mexico; co-produced & directed by Ivan Reitman; starring Arnold Schwarzenegger,
Danny Devito, Kelly Preston, Chloe Webb, Bonnie Bartlett, Trey Wilson, Marshall Bell, David Caruso, Hugh O'Brian,
Nehemiah Persoff, Maury Chaykin, Tom McCleister, David Efron & Jason Reitman • full credits at IMDb

"Lonesome Dove" tv miniseries [Motown/RHI Feb 1989]
  Lonesome Dove tv movie poster directed by Simon Wincer  Filmed in Montana, South Dakota & Wyoming, and at Nambé Reservation, Santa Fe & Taos in New Mexico; directed by Simon Wincer; based on the novel by Larry McMurtry; starring Robert Duvall, Tommy Lee Jones, Danny Glover, Diane Lane, Robert Urich, Frederic Forrest, Anjelica Huston & D.B. Sweeney; nominated for 18 Emmy Awards, won for Best Directing & six minor Emmies
Lions Gate color DVD [4/2002] 2 disks for $9.99
Artisan/Fox color DVD [2/2000] out of prodn/used
Hallmark color VHS [7/98] out of prodn/many used
Sonic Images soundtrack CD [10/98] out of stock/used
full credits from IMDbmovie entry at Wikipedia
11"x17" brown poster available at AllPosters.com
11"x17" tan poster available at AllPosters.com
Lonesome Dove novel by Larry McMurtry  
Pulitzer Prize-winning 1985 novel by Larry McMurtry
Pocket pb [1/91] for $7.99
Scribner 8x5¼ pb [10/2000] for $11.20
S&S 9½x6½ hardcover [11/2000] for $21.00

"Lonesome Dove: The Making Of An Epic" [1991 tv documentary]
video/DVD not available; credits from IMDb

"Powwow Highway"  [HandMade Films / Warner Bros. Feb 1989]
Filmed in Technicolor in Montana, South Dakota & Wyoming, and in Santa Fe, Taos & Nambe Reservation
in New Mexico; directed by Jonathan Wacks; based on the novel by David Seals; starring A Martinez, Gary Farmer,
Joannelle Nadine Romero, Amanda Wyss, Sam Vlahos, Wayne Waterman, Margot Kane, Geoffrey Rivas, Roscoe Born,
John Trudell, Wes Studi & Graham Greene; won Filmmakers Trophy at Sundance Film Festival • full credits at IMDb

"Indiana Jones and The Last Crusade"  [Paramount May 1989]
Filmed in Australia, England, Germany, Italy, Jordan, and Spain, in California, Colorado, Texas & Utah, and on
the Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad in New Mexico; directed by Steven Spielberg; starring Harrison Ford &
Sean Connery • full credits at IMDbofficial Indiana Jones movie site

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