List of films shot in Arizona

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This is a list of films that were filmed in the U.S. state of Arizona. Arizona's diverse geography make it an ideal place for making films. The deserts in the southern part of the state make it a prime location for westerns. Old Tucson Studios is a studio just west of Tucson, that several film and television westerns were filmed at, including 3:10 to Yuma (1957), Cimarron (1960), The Outlaw Josey Wales (1976), and Rio Bravo (1959).

Apache Junction[edit]

Benson[edit]

Bisbee[edit]

Carefree[edit]

Casa Grande[edit]

Canyon de Chelly[edit]

Coolidge[edit]

Douglas[edit]

Flagstaff[edit]

Florence[edit]

Fort Huachuca[edit]

Fountain Hills[edit]

Globe[edit]

Goodyear[edit]

Grand Canyon[edit]

Green Valley[edit]

Holbrook[edit]

Jerome[edit]

Kingman[edit]

Lake Havasu City[edit]

Lake Powell[edit]

Mammoth[edit]

Meteor Crater[edit]

Mesa[edit]

Nogales[edit]

Page[edit]

Parker[edit]

Patagonia[edit]

Phoenix[edit]

Prescott[edit]

Safford[edit]

Sahuarita[edit]

Scottsdale[edit]

Sedona[edit]

Superior[edit]

Sedona[edit]

Tempe[edit]

Arizona State University[edit]

Tucson[edit]

University of Arizona[edit]

Williams[edit]

Winslow[edit]

Yuma[edit]

Elsewhere/Unknown[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ 24 (2009) - Filming locations

External links[edit]

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