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North Little Rock's Old Mill is featured in the opening scenes of this classic film.
This classic Western features John Wayne as a US Marshall from Fort Smith, Arkansas. There are some great shots of Fort Smith in the film.
You mean I missed my chance to meet Tom Cruise!? John Grisham was born in Arkansas so what better place to film one of his novels?
Biloxi Blues (1988)
Filmed on location at Fort Chaffee and Van Buren Arkansas, this comedy is set in a World War II boot camp.
Under Siege (1992)
Flimed as the U.S. capital...it's the Arkansas State Capitol in Little Rock.
White River (1999)
Filmed in Morrilton, AR.
The Legend of Boggy Creek (1972)
This film was actually filmed on location in Boggy Creek.
Arkansas native, Billy Bob Thornton, often uses Arkansas locations in his films. The majority of the film was shot in Benton, AR.
The Blue and the Gray (1935)
The film features scenes from Van Buren Arkansas' main street.
This isn't the best of all films but it was filmed in Benton and has a famous cheesy movie star: Burt Reynolds.
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