Historic Location Filming

Sporting Blood - "the film features several Negro ex-jockeys whom are now exercise boys since rules went into effect barring Negros from actural racing on United States tracks".  New York Times,  John Woolfenden, January 23, 1940

Golden Hoofs (1941), this image has a lot of sprinklers operating in the background and well as water running from the metal horse's mouth, indicating lots of water was used to operate the ranch

The Story of Seabisquit, starring Shirley Temple. Shirley celebrated her 21st birthday on the set. 

1949

South of Caliente, starring Roy Rodgers

1951

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Death Valley Days (1964)

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Sporting Blood, starring

Robert Young, Maureen O'Sullivan,

Lewis Stone - note Stanwcyk and Marx homes on hill in background

1940

Golden Hoofs, starring Jane Withers and Charles Buddy Rogers.

1941

Blue Grass of Kentucky, directed by William Beaudine, starring Bill Williams, Jane Nigh, and Ralph Morgan
 

1950

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Bat Masterson

1959

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Death Valley Days

1964

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Sporting Blood, "Lewis Stone was pictured in semi palatial surroundings at the Marwyck Ranch in  the San Fernando Valley, the training and boarding  farm owned by Barbara Stanwyck and Mrs. Zeppo Marx, making its film debut in this picture". New York Times, Jan. 23, 1940

Golden Hoofs (1941), Stanwyck and Marx homes in background

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Golden Hoofs (1941), starring Jane Withers

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The Story of Seabisquit, starring Shirley Temple and Barry Fitzgerald. 

1949

Death Valley Days (1964)

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