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Category: Movie Locations
Southern Arizona Movie Locations
Run Coyote Run Films Another Season in Naco, Sonora
Gustavo Loza returns to Naco, Sonora to direct and produce Run Coyote Run. This ‘dramedy’ has been renewed by Fox for another season on Mexican television.
Naco Inspires A TV Series
Gustavo Loza, a successful television producer and director of Mexican comedies, including Los Heroes Del Norte, has created a new TV series based on families and friends living on both sides of the border in Naco Sonora and Arizona.
“It’s a dramedy that tells us about the lives of two best friends since childhood. One lives in Naco, Sonora and the other in Naco, Arizona, divided by the fence. Twenty years later they meet again and decide to start an adventure tour and travel agency which is nothing more than a business to cross migrants,” he said about the plot.
Adriana Badal’s Economic Plans for Bisbee – Then and Now
A little over a year ago, Bisbee Mayor Adriana Badal shared her vision for Bisbee’s economic future. On July 13th 2013, Mayor Badal spoke at an open forum at the old Bisbee YWCA building. Mayor Badal said that planning for transportation and industry was hard, so she had a plan to bring about an economic renaissance with four days of films, a hiker-biker trail, and a developer flying overhead with a genuine filmmaker.
Somos Gente Como Tu – Naco, Sonora
Somos Gente Como Tu – a mural painter works in Naco, Sonora.
Naco, Sonora – Scenes and People
Scenes from Naco, Sonora. The people and the cinematic vistas.
Naco, Sonora – Escenarios de Hoy, la gente y buenas vistas cinematicas.
Gadsden Hotel in Douglas, Arizona – A Century of Elegance
In 1907, Hotel Gadsden was built in Douglas, Arizona. It is a warm combination of carmel colored marble columns, Tiffany stained glass skylights and murals, shamelessly gilded in Art Nouveau motifs that celebrates the wealth of Bisbee copper and the Douglas smelter.
Gratuitous Bisbee Photos
View from a porch on Youngblood Hill in Bisbee, Arizona.
Lowell, Arizona Today – 2010
Lowell, Arizona has some of Bisbee’s earlier glory. Here is a photo of Lowell today.
Violent Saturday Comes To Bisbee, Arizona – 1955
The most iconic of films shot in Bisbee is Violent Saturday, starring Victor Mature. Lee Marvin is a menacing thug, while Ernest Borgnine plays a pacified Amish farmer. Having Bisbee fill in for a Pennsylvanian town sort of works, but the train scenes are definitely filmed around Douglas, Arizona.