When and Where was The Last Wagon filmed?
The Last Wagon Filming Locations-
Red Rock Crossing, Sedona, Arizona, USA
The classic icon Red Rock is the famous Cathedral Rock and was seen in many classic Western films and series including Johnny Guitar and Broken Arrow. The cast and crew filmed in and around and the location can be seen in the film.
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Red Rock Crossing has provided adventure and inspiration for filmmakers oF Western films and series. In the film opening titles and gunfight sequences were filmed in this location.
Oak Creek Canyon, Arizona, USA
“Creek Canyon”, a river valley located between the cities of Flagstaff and Sedona in northern Arizona, was used for the filming of The Last Wagon.
The beautiful natural location was also used by the cast and crew to film a few key scenes of the film. Oak Creek Canyon is famous around the world for its spectacular scenery.
Bell Rock, Sedona, Arizona, USA
Just north of the village of Oak Creek, Arizona, Bell Rock is an iconic place or ideal filming location in Yavapai County. “Bell Rock“, a rock formation connecting the villages of Sedona and Oak Creek, and its surrounding areas was used by the production team for filming.
Courthouse Butte, Sedona, Arizona, USA
Like Bell Rock, Courthouse Batte is also located in Yavapai County, and is composed of horizontally bedded sedimentary rock of the Permian Supai Formation. The location was also one of the filming locations of the film and the cast and crew filmed in and around the location.
Sedona, Arizona, USA
Sedona is a desert town in Arizona near Flagstaff surrounded by red-rock buttes, steep canyon walls, and pine forests. Schnebly Hill and Boynton Canyon in the desert were used to film a few key scenes of the film. The Sedona desert was also used to film some scenes of the film.