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Movies Filmed in Colorado
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From Chaplin to Tarantino, notorious filmmakers have utilized Colorado’s endless variety of scenic filming locations throughout the years!

Below is a partial list of the more popular movies that have been filmed in Colorado, oldest to newest. Note that there are hundreds of other low budget movies, documentaries and short films that have been made in Colorado, that we were not able to include on this list. To see all of the film & video productions that have used Colorado as one of their locations, please visit IMDB’s list of Colorado made movies.

The Gold Rush (1925)

Filming Location in Colorado: Colorado, USA

Charlie Chaplin plays a lonely gold digger in search of his fortune in the Alaskan wilderness. Along his adventures he comes across some tough looking characters, as well as a woman who attracts all of his love and attention. Written, directed and starred in by Charles Chaplin, some say this was the film he most wanted to be remembered fo

Stagecoach (1939)

Filming Location in Colorado: Canon City

One Minute to Zero (1952)

Filming Location in Colorado: Fort Carson Army Base – Colorado Springs

The Glenn Miller Story (1954)

Filming Location in Colorado: Boulder , Denver – Lowry Air Force Base

How the West Was Won (1962)

Filming Location in Colorado: La Junta, Bent’s Old Fort, Durango, Montrose, Silverton

This film follows the ups and downs of the Prescott family, followed through four generations from the Erie Canal to their settled home in the West. Along the way they encounter several challenges, including pirates, drowning, and losing a fortune in California.

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