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List of films shot in Palm Springs, California

 

List of films shot in Palm Springs, California

This is a List of films and television programs shot in Palm Springs, California. It covers filming locations in Palm Springs and other nearby resort communities of the Coachella Valley. These communities, which include Palm Springs, Bermuda Dunes, Cathedral City, Coachella, Desert Hot Springs, Indian Wells, Indio, La Quinta, Mecca, Palm Desert, Rancho Mirage, and the Salton Sea, are in Riverside County, southern California. Included are individual episodes of TV series and radio programs.

Contents

  • Films 1
    • 1910s 1.1
    • 1920s 1.2
    • 1930s 1.3
    • 1940s 1.4
    • 1950s 1.5
    • 1960s 1.6
    • 1970s 1.7
    • 1980s 1.8
    • 1990s 1.9
    • 2000s 1.10
    • 2010s 1.11
  • Television 2
    • Radio 2.1
  • Coachella Valley 3
  • See also 4
  • References 5
  • Further reading 6
  • External links 7

Films

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1910s

In his 1919 book California Desert Trails, travel writer J. Smeaton Chase mentions that motion-picture people were in the Indian Canyons sometime before 1918.[1]

  • The Lone Star Rush – 1915 film (starring Robert Frazer)[3][5]

1920s

  • The Orphan – 1920 film[10]
  • The Sheik – 1921 film[3][11]

1930s

  • Her Jungle Love – 1938 film[3][12]
  • Lost Horizon (a.k.a. Lost Horizon of Shangri-La) – 1937 film[13]
  • Palm Springs (a.k.a. Palm Springs Affair) – 1936 film[3][14]
  • Screen Snapshots – 1924–1958 short films
    • Series 15, No. 7 (1936)
    • Series 16, No. 6 (1937)
    • Series 17, No. 5 (1938)

1940s

1950s

1960s

1970s

1980s

1990s

2000s

2010s

Television

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Radio

The Amos 'n' Andy and The Jack Benny Program radio shows were frequently broadcast from Palm Springs; also, Eddie Cantor, Al Jolson, and Bob Hope broadcast from the city.[71]

Coachella Valley

See also

References

  1. ^  
  2. ^ Salomé at the American Film Institute Catalog
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag Niemann, Greg (2006). Palm Springs Legends: creation of a desert oasis. San Diego, CA:   (here for Table of Contents)
  4. ^   (Rouben Mamoulian Collection (Library of Congress) First edition)
  5. ^ The Lone Star Rush at the American Film Institute Catalog
  6. ^ Desert Gold at the American Film Institute Catalog
  7. ^ The Covered Wagon at the American Film Institute Catalog
  8. ^ The Leopard Woman at the American Film Institute Catalog
  9. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao ap aq ar as at au av aw ax ay az ba bb bc bd be bf Palm Springs Desert Cities Virtual Film Office: Filmed in the Desert Cities
  10. ^ The Orphan at the American Film Institute Catalog
  11. ^ The Sheik at the American Film Institute Catalog
  12. ^ Her Jungle Love at the American Film Institute Catalog
  13. ^ Lost Horizon at the American Film Institute Catalog
  14. ^ Palm Springs at the TCM Movie Database and Palm Springs at the American Film Institute Catalog
  15. ^ Sunkist Stars at Palm Springs at the TCM Movie Database
  16. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s Palm Springs Visitors Center. "Coachella Valley Feature Film Production 1920–2011". Filming in Palm Springs. Palm Springs, CA. Retrieved October 1, 2012.  ♦ Download (Downloadable PDF file)
  17. ^ Under Two Flags at the American Film Institute Catalog
  18. ^ The 9 minute segments were combined and released on VHS in 1989. See: Hedda Hopper's Hollywood. Los Angeles, CA: Republic Pictures Home Video. ISBN 1555265200 ISBN 978-1555265205 OCLC 22404038 and 422976061. Also see: Hedda Hopper's Hollywood (1959/1960). Rexall TV Special. OCLC 81489893.
  19. ^ Objective, Burma! at the American Film Institute Catalog
  20. ^ Rio Rita at the American Film Institute Catalog
  21. ^ Song of the Open Road at the American Film Institute Catalog
  22. ^ To the Shores of Tripoli at the American Film Institute Catalog
  23. ^ Omar Khayyam at the American Film Institute Catalog
  24. ^ Raw Edge at the American Film Institute Catalog
  25. ^ Star Studded Ride (1954). Universal Pictures. Summary (from Library of Congress data): "A group of desert riders from Palm Springs, Calif., on their weekly ride watch Ben Hogan demonstrate some golf shots at the Tamarish [sic] Country Club, see Gussie Moran and Dave Gillam play a set of tennis at Charles Farrell's Racket Club, and observe Pat McCormack and Stubby Kreuger [sic] in a diving exhibition at the El Mirador Hotel. Credits: Producer, Thomas Mead; director, William C. Menzies; script, Allan Kitchel, Jr.; narrator, Tex Antoine; music, Jack Shaindlin; editor, Ed Bartsch." LCCN fi54-948
  26. ^ Ten Tall Men at the American Film Institute Catalog
  27. ^ The Silver Chalice at the American Film Institute Catalog
  28. ^ The Veils of Bagdad at the American Film Institute Catalog
  29. ^ Palm Springs Weekend at the TCM Movie Database; Palm Springs Weekend at the American Film Institute Catalog; and released on DVD (2009), Burbank, CA: Warner Home Video, OCLC 298862518 and 716402273. The film served to glamorize the city as a spring break destination: see reviewNew York Times and Gianoulis, Tina (2000). "Spring Break." St. James Encyclopedia of Popular Culture. Gale. Retrieved January 7, 2013 from HighBeam Research
  30. ^ The Wild Angels at the American Film Institute Catalog
  31. ^ The Wrecking Crew at the American Film Institute Catalog
  32. ^ 3 Women at the American Film Institute Catalog
  33. ^ Featured the Elrod home, designed by John Lautner. Diamonds are ForeverDesign: , HGTV
  34. ^ Kotch at the TCM Movie Database and Kotch at the American Film Institute Catalog
  35. ^ The Doll Squad at the American Film Institute Catalog
  36. ^  
  37. ^ Lethal Weapon 2 at the American Film Institute Catalog
  38. ^ Famous Movie Locations: Wheel Inn Restaurant from 'Pee-wee's Big Adventure' (Cabazon, California), by Kim Potts, Aug 10, 2010, Moviefone. Retrieved 2011-08-21.
  39. ^ Rain Man at the American Film Institute Catalog
  40. ^ With Jan Berry and Dean Torrence, Chaz Bono, Sonny Bono, Dion DiMucci, Dion and the Belmonts, Donovan, Donovan Leitch, The Grass Roots, The Mamas & The Papas, Peter Noone and Mackenzie Phillips Rockin' the Night Away at the Internet Movie Database; UPC 082551070220
  41. ^  
  42. ^ Pacific Heights at the American Film Institute Catalog
  43. ^ Still Kicking: The Fabulous Palm Springs Follies (1997). Santa Monica, CA: Little Apple Productions. VHS. (39 minutes). OCLC 38964599
  44. ^ Terminal Velocity at the American Film Institute Catalog
  45. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r Inland Empire Film Commission: IEFC Film Credits (the IEFC is a Regional Film Office Partner with the California Film Commission (CA Regional Film Offices))
  46. ^ De La Baume, Maïa (January 28, 2011). "For a Filmmaker, the Green Things in Life Are Free".  
  47. ^ Into the Wild at the American Film Institute Catalog
  48. ^ Chicago Sun-TimesRoger Ebert (August 4, 2000). "The Eyes of Tammy Faye".
  49. ^ a b "Palm Springs Neighborhood Premiers on NBC Reality Show". The Public Record 37 (26): 3. April 1, 2014.  
  50. ^ Chicago Sun TimesEbert, Roger (June 16, 2010). "Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work".
  51. ^ Desert Utopia: Mid-Century Architecture in Palm Springs at AllMovie; Desert Utopia: Mid-Century Architecture in Palm Springs at Rotten Tomatoes; Desert Utopia: Mid-Century Architecture in Palm Springs at the Internet Movie Database
  52. ^ ) Broute-minou à Palm SpringsA Lez in Wonderland (original title: at the Internet Movie Database
  53. ^ Bob Hope Special: The Bob Hope Special From Palm Springs at the TCM Movie Database LCCN 2010-610610
  54. ^ LCCN 2010-610753
  55. ^ Bob Hope's Yellow Ribbon Party at the TCM Movie Database LCCN 2010-610762
  56. ^ Bob Hope's Christmas Show Hopes For the Holidays at the TCM Movie Database
  57. ^ Christy Lane, Brad Pressman; Palm Springs, CA: Brentwood Home Video. VHS. ISBN 978-1879902084 OCLC 319896995
  58. ^ Downey at the Internet Movie Database
  59. ^ Hello Paradise at the Internet Movie Database
  60. ^ Lea DeLaria; Mariah Hanson; Robin Gans; Sandy Sachs; Aarin Burch; (1996). The Club Skirts Girl Bar queens of comedy: in Palm Springs, California during the Dinah Shore Golf Classic week. Tallahassee, FL: Northern Arts/Naiad Press. VHS. ISBN 1562801546 ISBN 978-1562801540 OCLC 38996994
  61. ^ Kate Clinton; Mariah Hanson; Robin Gans; Sandy Sachs; Aarin Burch; (1997). The Girl Bar [and] Club Skirts queens of comedy: in Palm Springs, California during the 7th annual Dinah Shore Golf Classic week. Tallahassee, FL: Northern Arts/Naiad Press. VHS. OCLC 43665546
  62. ^ , Season 1, Episode 1, "The Name is Mannix".MannixTV.com:
  63. ^ : "The Palm Springs Show"Martha
  64. ^ "2005 Mrs America". Retrieved August 30, 2010. 
  65. ^ Digging for Sea Salt; Demolishing a Bridge; Atop a Tramway at the Internet Movie Database
  66. ^ Slow Burn at AllMovie and Slow Burn at the Internet Movie Database
  67. ^ Sonny Bono: Pop Songs & Politics (a.k.a. Biography (1/98)) at the TCM Movie Database
  68. ^ FoxNews.com: "Evangelist Tammy Faye Messner Dies of Cancer at 65" July 22, 2007. And Tammy Faye: Death Defying at the Internet Movie Database
  69. ^ TV.com The Frank Sinatra Show
  70. ^ Video recording of the 1959 ABC Television program, released as a DVD in 2004 by Quantum Leap. Taped in Palm Springs. Credits include: Bill Colleran (producer & director); Johnny Bradford (writer); Frank Sinatra; Ella Fitzgerald; Peter Lawford; Juliet Prowse; Hermione Gingold; Red Norvo; Nelson Riddle and his orchestra; Sammy Cahn; Jimmy Van Heusen; and The Hi-Lo's. Hobart Productions. OCLC 58470954
  71. ^ "'"Palm Springs Home To Radio Veterans: Stars of 'Golden Era. Pittsburg Post-Gazette. AP. December 18, 1974. Retrieved September 30, 2012. 
  72. ^ After Dark, My Sweet at the  
  73. ^ America's Tribute to Bob Hope at the TCM Movie Database
  74. ^ City of Rancho Mirage: Timeline
  75. ^  
  76. ^ Coachella: The Film at Rotten Tomatoes; Coachella: The Film at AllMovie; OCLC 67228885
  77. ^ Five Graves to Cairo at the American Film Institute Catalog
  78. ^ Hot Springs HotelTV.com and Hot Springs Hotel at the Internet Movie Database
  79. ^ Date from Hell at the Internet Movie Database
  80. ^ It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World at the American Film Institute Catalog
  81. ^ Historical Society of Palm Desert; Rover, Hal; Kousken, Kim; Romer, Brett (2009). Palm Desert. Charleston, SC: Arcadia Publishing. p. 128.  
  82. ^ Julie at the American Film Institute Catalog
  83. ^ synopsisLittle Birds
  84. ^ Rita Rudner: Married Without Children (a.k.a. HBO Comedy Hour (06/24/95)) at the TCM Movie Database
  85. ^ Alvarez, Celeste (January 29, 2013). "Local beach creates perfect atmosphere for 'River Monster' promo". Imperial Valley Press. Retrieved April 3, 2013. 
  86. ^ Satan's Sadists at the American Film Institute Catalog
  87. ^ The Beast with a Million Eyes at the American Film Institute Catalog
  88. ^ The Big Fisherman at the American Film Institute Catalog
  89. ^ Holland, David R. "Rancho Las Palmas: Player-Friendly 27 Holes Another Robinson, Marriott Desert Winner". TravelGolf. WorldGolf.com. Retrieved October 17, 2012. 
  90. ^ The Kid at the Internet Movie Database
  91. ^ Meeks, Eric G. (2011). P.S. I Love Lucy: The Story of  
  92. ^ The Player at the TCM Movie Database
  93. ^ "It Takes Three" UCLA Extension: Entertainment Studies
  94. ^ Bruce, Leslie (January 13, 2012). "Where to Sleep and Dine During the Palm Springs Film Festival". The Hollywood Reporter. Los Angeles: Prometheus Global Media. Retrieved October 21, 2012. 
  95. ^ City of Rancho Mirage: Historical Context

Further reading

  • Alan, Ken (January 22, 2013). "Valley gets serious about attracting filmmakers". The Public Record (Palm Springs, CA: Robert Marra) 37 (4): 1–2.  
  • Alan, Ken (January 21, 2014). "Desert, desert everywhere—but you can't film on it". The Public Record (Palm Springs, CA: Robert Marra) 37 (6): 1–2.  

External links

  • City of Palm Springs: Film Permits
  • Inland Empire Film Commission, part of the State of California Film Commission
  • Desert Film Society – Palm Springs
  • Movies filmed in Palm Springs
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