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(There has been no evidence, so far, that any of the opening credits were shot in the Black Rock Desert Nevada region)
There has been no evidence, so far, that any of the opening credits were shot in the Black Rock Desert Nevada region.


* [http://www.culturecourt.com/F/Westerns/BRock.htm Culturecourt.com review]


* http://www.tcm.com/tcmdb/title.jsp?stid=2090&category=Notes www.tcm.com/tcmdb/title.jsp?stid=2090&category=Notes -- Notes for Bad Day at Black Rock (1955) ... As noted in Hollywood Reporter news items, portions of Bad Day at Black Rock were shot on location in Lone Pine, CA. ...
* [http://www.tcm.com/tcmdb/title.jsp?stid=2090&category=Notes Notes for Bad Day at Black Rock (1955)] - As noted in Hollywood Reporter news items, portions of Bad Day at Black Rock were shot on location in Lone Pine, CA.
 
 
* http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bad_Day_at_Black_Rock en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bad_Day_at_Black_Rock -- ... Bad Day at Black Rock was filmed in Lone Pine, California and the nearby Alabama Hills, one of hundreds of movies that have been filmed in the area since 1920. The "town" of Black Rock, Arizona was built adjacent to the Lone Pine railroad station, which was the last stop on the Southern Pacific Railroad's "Jawbone Branch," which served the northern Mojave Desert and Owens Valley. ...
 
 
 
* http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0047849/quotes www.imdb.com/title/tt0047849/quotes -- ...


* [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bad_Day_at_Black_Rock Wikipedia] - Bad Day at Black Rock was filmed in Lone Pine, California and the nearby Alabama Hills, one of hundreds of movies that have been filmed in the area since 1920. The "town" of Black Rock, Arizona was built adjacent to the Lone Pine railroad station, which was the last stop on the Southern Pacific Railroad's "Jawbone Branch," which served the northern Mojave Desert and Owens Valley.


* [http://imdb.com/title/tt0047849/ IMDB]
**  [http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0047849/quotes IMDB Quotes]
<blockquote>
Liz Wirth: What do you care? What do you care about Black Rock?  
Liz Wirth: What do you care? What do you care about Black Rock?  


John J. Macreedy: I don't care anything about Black Rock. Only it just seems to me that there aren't many towns like this in America. But... one town like it is enough. And because I think something kind of bad happened here, Miss Wirth, something I can't quite seem to find a handle to.  
<br/>John J. Macreedy: I don't care anything about Black Rock. Only it just seems to me that there aren't many towns like this in America. But... one town like it is enough. And because I think something kind of bad happened here, Miss Wirth, something I can't quite seem to find a handle to.  


Liz Wirth: You don't know what you're talking about.  
<br/>Liz Wirth: You don't know what you're talking about.  


John J. Macreedy: Well, I know this much. The rule of law has left here, and the guerrillas have taken over.
<br/>John J. Macreedy: Well, I know this much. The rule of law has left here, and the guerrillas have taken over.
</blockquote>

Latest revision as of 05:44, 13 October 2012

There has been no evidence, so far, that any of the opening credits were shot in the Black Rock Desert Nevada region.

  • Wikipedia - Bad Day at Black Rock was filmed in Lone Pine, California and the nearby Alabama Hills, one of hundreds of movies that have been filmed in the area since 1920. The "town" of Black Rock, Arizona was built adjacent to the Lone Pine railroad station, which was the last stop on the Southern Pacific Railroad's "Jawbone Branch," which served the northern Mojave Desert and Owens Valley.

Liz Wirth: What do you care? What do you care about Black Rock?


John J. Macreedy: I don't care anything about Black Rock. Only it just seems to me that there aren't many towns like this in America. But... one town like it is enough. And because I think something kind of bad happened here, Miss Wirth, something I can't quite seem to find a handle to.


Liz Wirth: You don't know what you're talking about.


John J. Macreedy: Well, I know this much. The rule of law has left here, and the guerrillas have taken over.