List of films shot in Oregon

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The Oregon Film Museum in Astoria; formerly the Clatsop County Jail, as featured in The Goonies (1985)

This list of films shot in the U.S. state of Oregon are listed first by region, and then chronologically.[1] Throughout history, Oregon has been a popular shooting location for filmmakers due to its wide range of landscapes, as well as its proximity to California, specifically Hollywood.[2]

The first documented film made in Oregon was a short silent film titled The Fisherman's Bride, shot in Astoria by the Selig Polyscope Company, and released in 1909.[3] Since then, numerous major motion pictures have been shot in the state, including F.W. Murnau's City Girl (1930), One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (1975), Animal House (1978), Stand by Me (1986), Free Willy (1993), and Wild (2014). Portland—Oregon's largest city—has been a major shooting location for filmmakers, and has been featured prominently in the films of Gus Van Sant, namely Mala Noche (1985), Drugstore Cowboy (1989), My Own Private Idaho (1991), and Elephant (2003).


Film Year Location
Where Cowboy is King 1915 Pendleton[1]
Passing on the West 1924 Pendleton[1]
Winds of Chance 1925 Wallowa County[1]
City Girl 1928 Pendleton[1]
Our Daily Bread 1928 Pendleton
Sioux Uprising 1952 Pendleton
Pillars of the Sky 1955 La Grande
Paint Your Wagon 1969 Baker
Napoleon and Samantha 1972 John Day
The Year in Lincoln Plains 1987 Condon
Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey 1993 Joseph[4]
8 Seconds 1994 Pendleton[1]
Sammyville 1998 La Grande
Dog Story 1999 La Grande
Gold Rush 2016 Baker County[5]


Film Year Location
Bronco Billy 1980 Malheur County, Ontario[6]
Meek's Cutoff 2010 Burns[7]
Lean on Pete 2018 Burns[8]


Film Year Location
Grace's Visit to the Rogue Valley 1915 Jackson County
The Stolen Pie 1916 Klamath Falls
The Ice Flood 1926 Klamath Falls[1]
The General 1927 Cottage Grove
The Reporter 1927 Medford
Abe Lincoln in Illinois 1940 Eugene, McKenzie River
Canyon Passage 1946 Diamond Lake, Umpqua National Forest
Rachel and the Stranger 1948 Eugene
How the West Was Won 1962 Grants Pass[9]
Fields of Honor 1964 Mohawk Valley, Eugene
Shenandoah 1965 Marcola
The Way West 1967 Bend, Crooked River, Lane County
Getting Straight 1970 Eugene
Five Easy Pieces 1970 Eugene
Drive, He Said 1971 Eugene
The Great Northfield Minnesota Raid 1972 Jacksonville
Emperor of the North 1973 Cottage Grove
Street Girls 1975 Eugene[10]
Flood! 1976 Eugene, Brownsville, Oregon, SweetHome, Oregon[11]
Animal House 1978 Eugene, Cottage Grove, Dexter[12]
1941 1979 Cannon Beach, Gold Beach
How to Beat the High Co$t of Living 1980 Eugene, Valley River Center
Premonitions 1980 Coos Bay
St. Helens 1981 Bend, Mount Bachelor
Hell and High Water 1981 Rogue River
Blood Song 1982 Coos Bay, North Bend
Personal Best 1982 Eugene
Cry for the Stranger 1982 Florence
Mystery Mansion 1983 Jacksonville
Sacred Ground 1983 Chiloquin, Klamath Falls
The Dream Chasers 1984 Medford, Jacksonville
Stand by Me 1986 Eugene, Cottage Grove, Brownsville[12]
Inherit the Wind 1988 Jacksonville
Bad Trip 1988 Unknown
Spirit of the Eagle 1988 Grants Pass
Finish Line 1988 Corvallis, Eugene
Buster Keaton: A Hard Act to Follow 1988 Eugene[1]
Girl of the Limberlost 1989 Jacksonville
Martial Marshal 1989 Jacksonville
Grand Tour 1990 Eugene, Oakland, Bend
Timescape 1992 Eugene[13]
Fire in the Sky 1993 Roseburg, Oakland
The River Wild 1993 Grants Pass
The Four Diamonds 1994 Eugene, McKenzie Pass
Grizzly Mountain 1994 Grants Pass, Eugene
Dead Man 1994 Grants Pass
Good Luck 1996 Coos Bay[14] Portland[15]
Without Limits 1996 Eugene
Ricochet River 1997 Eugene, Cottage Grove
Inconceivable 1997 Eugene
Delicate Instruments 2000 Ashland, Medford
Stealing Time 2000 Eugene
Raspberry Heaven 2002 Ashland[1]
Indigo 2003 Ashland, Medford, Talent, Phoenix
The Sisters 2004 Eugene, Cottage Grove[1]
Yesterday's Dreams 2004 Ashland
Zerophilia 2004 Eugene, Cottage Grove
Fahrenheit 9/11 2004 Florence
Conversations With God 2005 Ashland
Calvin Marshall 2007 Medford, Ashland
My Name Is Bruce 2006 Medford
Seraphim Falls 2006 McKenzie River
The Go-Getter 2007 Eugene
Didi's Last Wish 2010 Oakland, Albany and Umpqua
How to Die in Oregon 2011
Redwood Highway 2013 Ashland, Talent, Phoenix, Grants Pass, Cave Junction, Brookings
Night Moves 2013 Roseburg,[1] Ashland, Medford[7]
Something Wicked 2014 Eugene[1]
Wild 2014 Ashland[16]
Free to Play 2014 Medford
Brother Nature 2016 Klamath Falls[5]
Black Road 2016 Ashland[5]


Film Year Location
The Fisherman's Bride 1908 Astoria[1]
A Nugget In The Rough 1917 Portland, Oregon City, Columbia River Highway[17]
Martyrs of Yesterday 1919 Oregon City, Portland[1]
The Golden Trail 1920 Portland[1]
Headed North 1920 Troutdale[1]
The Death Message 1922 Portland, Beaverton[1]
The Flash 1923 Portland, Beaverton[1]
The Frame Up 1923 Portland, Beaverton[1]
The Power Divine 1923 Portland, Beaverton[1]
The Vow of Vengeance 1923 Portland, Beaverton[1]
Way of the Transgressor 1923 Portland, Beaverton[1]
Beaten 1924 Portland, Beaverton[1]
Harbor Patrol 1924 Portland, Beaverton[1]
Under the Rouge 1924 Portland[1]
The Fighting Parson 1925 Tygh Valley[1]
Youth's Highway 1925 Portland, Beaverton[1]
Flames 1926 Portland[1]
Mystery House 1927 Mount Hood National Forest[1]
The Call of the Wild 1935 Mount Baker Lodge[1]
Lost Horizon 1937 Mount Hood National Forest[1]
Thunderhead, Son of Flicka 1945 Gresham[1]
Golden Earrings 1947 Corbett[18]
Bend of the River 1952 Mount Hood, Palmer Glacier[1]
Portland Exposé 1957 Portland, Gresham[1]
A Day Called X 1957 Portland[19]
All the Young Men 1960 Timberline Lodge[1]
Ring of Fire 1961 Vernonia[1]
The Great Race 1965 Gearhart[1]
The Mightiest Clydesdale 1969 Estacada[1]
Five Easy Pieces 1970 Portland, Eugene[1]
Sometimes a Great Notion 1971 Newport[1]
Kansas City Bomber 1972 Portland[1]
The Circle 1972 Portland[1]
Death of a Sideshow 1972 Portland[1]
Isn't It Shocking? 1973 Salem, Silverton[1]
Lost Horizon 1973 Mount Hood[1]
Closed Mondays 1974 Portland[1]
One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest 1975 Salem,[12] Central Coast[1]
The Possessed 1977 Reed College, Portland[20]
Fire 1978 Yamhill County[1]
The Shining 1980 Timberline Lodge[12]
Paydirt 1980 Newberg, Yamhill County[1]
The Lathe of Heaven 1980 Agate Beach[1]
Hysterical 1981 Cannon Beach, Newport, Depoe Bay[1]
Just Before Dawn 1981 Silver Falls State Park, Sublimity[1]
California Mix 1981 Astoria[1]
Unhinged 1982 Portland, Pittock Mansion[1]
The Courier of Death 1983 Portland[1]
Quarterback Princess 1983 McMinnville[1]
Off Sides 1983 Salem[1]
American Taboo 1984 Portland, Fort Stevens State Park[1]
Station to Station 1984 Portland[1]
Toby's Gorilla 1984 Salem[1]
The Adventures of Mark Twain 1985 Portland[1]
The Goonies 1985 Astoria, Cannon Beach[12]
Mala Noche 1985 Portland[21]
The Last Innocent Man 1985 Portland[1]
Short Circuit 1986 Astoria, Portland, Columbia River Gorge[12]
Shadow Play 1986 Portland[1]
The Penalty Phase 1986 Portland, The Dalles[1]
Promise 1986 Salem, Dallas[1]
Benji the Hunted 1986 Astoria, Oregon, Newport[1]
A Claymation Christmas Celebration 1987 Portland[1]
Overboard 1987 Newport[22]
Permanent Record 1988 Portland[1] and Yaquina Head
Homer and Eddie 1988 Mount Hood, Oregon City[1]
The Watcher 1988 Portland[1]
Fatal Revenge 1988 Portland[1]
Meet the Raisins: The Story of the California Raisins 1988 Portland[1]
Drugstore Cowboy 1989 Portland[23]
Breaking In 1989 Portland[1]
The Haunting of Sarah Hardy 1989 Portland, North Coast[1]
Spy 1989 Portland[1]
Dangerous Pursuit 1989 Portland[1]
Come See the Paradise 1989 Portland, Astoria, Willamette Valley[1]
The California Raisin Show 1989 Portland[1]
The Vernonia Incident 1989 Vernonia[1]
Love at Large 1990 Portland, Bend[1]
Murder COD 1990 Portland[1]
Cops and Robbers 1990 Portland[1]
Kindergarten Cop 1990 Astoria[12]
Fatal Exposure 1990 Portland[1]
The Favor 1990 Portland[1]
Marla Hanson Story 1990 Portland[1]
Iron Heart 1990 Portland[1]
Love & Dynamite 1990 Portland[1]
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Secret of the Ooze 1990 Astoria[12]
Fallen Fortress at Cape Lookout 1990 Cape Lookout[1]
Ski School 1991 Mount Hood[1]
My Own Private Idaho 1991 Portland, Maupin[23]
Shattered 1991 North Coast: Nehalem, Neahkahnie Mountain, Oswald West State Park[1]
Run 1991 Portland[1]
Child of Darkness, Child of Light 1991 Portland[1]
Deadly Game 1991 Portland, Columbia River Gorge[1]
Deceptions: A Mother's Secret 1991 Portland[1]
Point Break 1991 Wheeler, Ecola State Park[1]
Frozen Assets 1991 Portland, Columbia River Gorge[1]
Wild Child 1991 Portland[1]
Chrome Soldiers 1991 Portland, Columbia County[1]
Claire of the Moon 1992 Portland, Oregon Coast[1]
Duplicates 1992 Portland area[1]
Body Language 1992 Portland[1]
Devils Keep 1992 Portland[1]
Programmed for Murder 1992 Portland, Wilsonville[1]
A Claymation Easter Special 1992 Portland[1]
Danger Sign 1992 Portland, Columbia River Gorge[1]
Perfect Family 1992 Portland[1]
Dr. Giggles 1992 Portland[1]
Sam & Ed 1992 Portland[1]
The Bed You Sleep In 1992 Toledo[1]
Frameup 1992 Newport[1]
Fade to Black 1993 Portland[1]
Even Cowgirls Get The Blues 1993 Portland,[12] Bend
Free Willy 1993 Portland, Astoria[12]
The Temp 1993 Portland, North Coast[1]
Body of Evidence 1993 Portland[1]
Gayle Moffatt Story 1993 Portland[1]
Hear No Evil 1993 Portland[24]
Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey 1993 Portland, Mount Hood National Forest, Columbia River Gorge[25]
Moment of Truth: Why My Daughter? 1993 Portland[26]
Praying Mantis 1993 Portland[1]
Terror in the Towers 1993 Portland[1]
Maverick 1993 Columbia River Gorge[12]
To My Daughter With Love 1993 Portland[1]
Save the Last Dance for Me 1993 Portland[1]
Imaginary Crimes 1993 Portland[1]
Guns on the Clackamas 1993 Oregon City[1]
Fallen Fortress 1993 Cape Lookout[1]
Rose City 1994 Portland[1]
Medicine Ball 1994 Portland[1]
Mystery Dance 1994 Portland[1]
Mr. Holland's Opus 1994 Portland[12]
Gathering Evidence 1994 Salem[1]
Free Willy 2 1994 Astoria[1]
The Ox and the Eye 1994 Coos Bay, Portland[1]
Tinkercrank 1994 Portland[1]
Things I Never Told You 1995 St. Helens[1]
Foxfire 1995 Portland[1]
Assassins 1995 Portland[1]
Dead by Sunset 1995 Portland[1]
Lords of the Tanglewood 1995 Hood River[1]
Batman Forever 1995 Corbett[27]
Nowhere Man 1996 Portland area[1]
Reunion 1996 Portland[1]
Reggie's Prayer 1996 Portland[1]
Payback 1996 Portland[1]
Forest Warrior 1996 Hood River, Mount Hood National Forest[28]
In the Line of Duty: Blaze of Glory 1996 Portland[1]
The Catalyst 1997 Portland[1]
Total Reality 1997 Portland[1]
Zero Effect 1997 Portland[1]
Fifteen and Pregnant 1997 Sherwood, Portland[1]
Big Red 1997 Portland[1]
Anoosh of the Airways 1997 Portland[1]
Final Justice 1997 Portland[1]
Kurt & Courtney 1998 Portland[29]
A Change of Heart 1998 Portland[1]
Love is Strange 1998 Portland[1]
Physical Graffiti 1998 Scappoose, Portland[1]
Halloweentown 1998 St. Helens, Portland[1]
No Alibi 1998 Portland[1]
Bongwater 1998 Portland[1]
The Joyriders 1998 Columbia River Gorge, Portland[1]
Night Ride Home 1998 Oregon City, Aurora, Canby[1]
Take My Advice (Ann & Abby Story) 1999 Portland[1]
Hollyriridge 1999 Portland[1]
Switched at Birth 1999 Gresham, Portland[1]
The PJs 1999 Portland[1]
Double Jeopardy 1999 Salem[1]
Men of Honor 2000 Rainier, Portland[1]
The Sexy Chef 2000 Portland[1]
Gary & Mike 2000 Portland[1]
Pay It Forward 2000 Portland[12]
Therese: The Story of a Soul 2000 Portland, Salem, Eugene[1]
Down and Out with The Dolls 2000 Portland[1]
Antitrust 2000 Portland[1]
Bandits 2000 Salem, Silverton, Oregon City, Wilsonville, Sandy[1]
A.I. Artificial Intelligence 2000 Gresham[30]
World Traveler 2000 Pacific City, Enterprise[1]
The Wise Ones 2000 Gresham[1]
Eban and Charley 2000 Portland, Astoria, Seaside[1]
Extreme Days 2001 Portland, Canyonville, Columbia River Gorge[1]
The Hunted 2001 Portland, Oregon City, Salem[31]
The Ring 2002 Newport, Columbia River Gorge[12]
Don't You Cry For Me 2002 St. Helens[1]
The Dust Factory 2002 Mount Hood, Clatskanie, Hillsboro, Portland[1]
Jackass: The Movie 2002 Portland[1]
The Skin Horse 2002 Portland[1]
Sacred Science 2002 Portland[1]
Elephant 2002 Portland[23]
Coming Up Easy 2003 Portland[1]
Twilight Conspiracy 2003 Portland[1]
Mean Creek 2003 Estacada, Troutdale[32]
Harvest of Fear 2003 Estacada[1]
Losers Lounge 2003 Portland[1]
The Good Lot 2004 Portland[1]
Are We There Yet? 2004 Portland[1]
Bigger Than the Sky 2004 Portland[1]
Donut Hole 2004 Portland[1]
The Ring 2 2004 Astoria[1]
Nearing Grace 2004 Portland[1]
Monday Night Gig 2004 Portland[1]
Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon 2004 Portland, Banks, St. Helens, Estacada[1]
Damaged Goods 2004 Portland[1]
What the Bleep Do We Know!? 2004 Portland[1]
Thumbsucker 2005 Beaverton, Tigard, Vernonia, Portland, Sherwood, Tualatin[1]
The Sasquatch Dumpling Gang 2005 Portland, Milwaukie, Clackamas County[1]
Tillamook Treasure 2005 Manzanita, Tillamook, Vernonia[1]
Film Geek 2005 Portland, Gresham[1]
Cthulhu 2005 Astoria[1]
Path of Evil 2005 Portland[1]
Drama Queens 2005 Portland[1]
Spiral 2005 Portland[1]
Kate's Smile 2005 Portland[1]
Clear Cut: The Story of Philomath, Oregon 2006 Philomath[1]
Music Within 2006 Portland, Oregon City[1]
Feast of Love 2006 Portland[1]
Raising Flagg 2006 Portland, St. Helens
Old Joy 2006 Portland, Colton[1]
Into the Wild 2006 Astoria, Cascade Mountains[1]
The Sasquatch Gang 2006 Oregon City, Oregon Clackamas[33]
Paranoid Park 2006 Portland[1]
Mr. Brooks 2006 Portland[1]
Dark Horizon 2006 Salem[1]
Cathedral Park 2006 Portland, Hood River, Welches, St. Johns, Mosier, Arch Cape and Sauvie Island
Untraceable 2007 Portland,[34] Clackamas
The Valley Of Light 2007 Scotts Mills[1]
Selfless 2007 Portland[1]
Follow 2007 Portland, Mount Hood[1]
Management 2007 Portland[1]
Street 2007 Portland[1]
The Auteur 2008 Portland[1]
The Burning Plain 2008 Portland area, Depoe Bay, Newport[1]
Not Dead Yet 2008 Portland[1]
Twilight 2008 Portland, Estacada, North Coast, Vernonia, St. Helens[1]
Prom Night 2008 Newport, Oregon[35]
The Road 2008 Portland[1]
Without a Paddle: Nature's Calling 2009 Portland area, Clackamas County[1]
Wendy and Lucy 2008 Portland, Wilsonville[1]
Everyman's War 2008 Mount Hood, Scappoose, St. Helens[1]
Coraline 2009 Hillsboro animation studio[36]
Case 39 2009 Portland[37]
Extraordinary Measures 2009 Portland, Wilsonville[38][39]
Follow the Prophet 2009 Portland[1]
Diary of the Dorks 2010 Estacada[1]
The Presence 2010 Mount Hood National Forest[1]
A Walk in My Shoes 2010 Portland[40]
The River Why 2010 Portland[41]
Cold Weather 2011 Portland, Cannon Beach, The Dalles[1]
Rid of Me 2011 Portland, Multnomah Village[1]
Bucksville 2011 Portland, Vernonia, Zigzag[1]
1 Out of 7 2011 Portland
Gone 2012 Portland[1]
ParaNorman 2012 Hillsboro animation studio[1]
The Boxtrolls 2013 Portland[1]
House of Last Things 2013 Portland[1]
The Librarians 2014–18 Portland area[42]
Wild 2014 Cascade Locks, Government Camp[16]
All the Wilderness 2015 Portland[43]
Cabin Fever 2016 Portland[44]
Green Room 2016 Portland, Astoria, Mount Hood National Forest[45][46]
The Benefits of Husbandry 2016 Portland[5]
Birds of Neptune 2016 Portland[5]
Buddymoon 2016 Mount Hood National Forest[5]
Kubo and the Two Strings 2016 Portland[5]
Best Fake Friends 2016 Portland[5]
Deadliest Catch: Dungeon Cove 2016 Newport[5]
SEED: The Untold Story 2016 Portland[5]
I Don't Feel at Home in This World Anymore 2016 Portland[5]
Captain Fantastic 2016 Portland[47]
Lean on Pete 2018 Portland[48]
Don't Worry, He Won't Get Far on Foot 2018 Portland[49]
Bad Samaritan 2018 Portland
Leave No Trace 2018 Portland


Film Year Location
The Indian Fighter 1955 Bend
Oregon Passage 1957 Bend
Tonka 1958 Bend
Mara of the Wilderness 1965 Deschutes National Forest[1]
American Wilderness 1971 Central Oregon, Rogue River
Rooster Cogburn 1975 Bend, Grants Pass
The Apple Dumpling Gang 1975 Bend[1]
Sasquatch, the Legend of Bigfoot 1976 Bend
Up the Creek 1984 Bend
From Oregon With Love 1984 Central Oregon
From Oregon With Love III 1990 Central Oregon
White Wolves 1992 Bend
The Postman 1997 Central Oregon[12]
Salvation 1998 Bend
Swordfish 2000 Redmond
The Wait 2013 Bend, Sisters, Black Butte Ranch[50]


  • According to a list provided by the Oregon Film Council, the following films were shot in Oregon; however, specific locations and cities were not documented.[1]
Film Year Location
Barriers of Folly 1922 Unknown
Bulldog Courage 1922 Unknown
His Last Assignment 1922 Unknown
The Mine Looters 1922 Unknown
The Range Patrol 1922 Unknown
Underground Trail 1922 Unknown
Covered Wagon 1923 Unknown
Crashing Courage 1923 Unknown
Flames of Passion 1923 Unknown
Scars of Hate 1923 Unknown
Driftwood 1924 Unknown
Shackles of Fear 1924 Unknown
Trail of Vengeance 1924 Unknown
Hills Aflame 1925 Unknown
Peggy of the Secret Service 1925 Unknown
Phantom Shadows 1925 Unknown
Scarlet and Gold 1925 Unknown
The Fighting Chance 1925 Unknown
The Fighting Romeo 1925 Unknown
Vanishing Horse 1925 Unknown
Forbidden Traffic 1927 Unknown
The Big Trail 1930 Unknown
Singing Waters 1931 Unknown
Big Timber 1937 Unknown
Running Wild 1938 Unknown
The Character 1961 Unknown
Adventure West 1962 Unknown


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External links[edit]

  • Oregon Film, a catalogue of films shot in Oregon by the Oregon Governor's Office of Film & Television
  • The Oregon Film Museum, an online database of films shot in Oregon