This is a List of fictional towns and villages in film limited to notable examples.
||It's a Wonderful Life
||RKO Radio Pictures
||Bedford Falls is a fictional city in Frank Capra's 1946 cinematic classic It's a Wonderful Life
||A miraculously blessed village that rises out of the mists every hundred years for only a day. (This was done so that the village would never be changed or destroyed by the outside world.)
||Desert town setting in Rango (2011 animated film)
||The Wizard of Oz
||The Emerald City is the fictional capital city of the Land of Oz based on L. Frank Baum's Oz books, first described in The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. The city is sometimes called the City of Emeralds due to its extensively green architecture.
||Back to the Future
||Hill Valley, California is a fictional town that serves as the setting of the Back to the Future trilogy and its animated spin-off series. In the trilogy, Hill Valley is seen in four different time periods (1885, 1955, 1985 and 2015) as well as in a dystopian alternate 1985. The films contain many sight gags, verbal innuendos and detailed set design elements, from which a detailed and consistent history of the area can be derived.
The name "Hill Valley" is itself a joke, being an oxymoron. However, an early script for Back to the Future Part II mentioned that Hill Valley was named after its founder, William "Bill" Hill.
||Mega City is an enormous virtual megacity in which the inhabitants of the Matrix live their lives in the Matrix series. The City is a conglomeration of many cities, fused into one large city with a gigantic downtown and an impressive skyline.
||Mos Eisley is a spaceport on the planet Tatooine in the Star Wars universe.
||Pleasantville is a fictional black & white 1950's town that is the setting of the in-movie sitcom pleasantville.
||Radiator Springs is a composite of multiple places in various states on U.S. Route 66. In Cars (film) its geographic position (as displayed on a map during a flashback) resembles that of Peach Springs, Arizona.
||Rock Ridge is a small frontier town where everyone has the last name of "Johnson" (including a "Howard Johnson", a "Dr. Samuel Johnson", a "Van Johnson" and an "Olson N. Johnson").
||Zion is a fictional city in The Matrix films. It is the last human city on the planet Earth after a cataclysmic nuclear war between humankind and sentient Machines, which resulted in artificial lifeforms dominating the world.
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