Great Falls, Montana - Motion Pictures Filmed in Great Falls

Motion Pictures Filmed in Great Falls

Numerous motion pictures have been filmed in and around Great Falls, Montana. These movies include:

  • Thunderbolt and Lightfoot (1974)
  • Telefon (1977)
  • The Stone Boy (1984)
  • The Untouchables (1987)
  • Amazing Grace and Chuck (1987)
  • A River Runs Through It (1992)
  • Freedom (1994)
  • Holy Matrimony (1994)
  • The Slaughter Rule (2002)
  • Northfork (2003)
  • Iron Ridge (2008)
  • The Vessel (2009) (Post-Production)

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    Time, fall no more.
    Let that be life time falls no more. The threat
    Of time we in our own courage have forsworn.
    Allen Tate (1899–1979)

    Again and again, I struggled though the storm. Once I fainted—and it wasn’t in the script. I was hauled to the studio on a sled, thawed out with hot tea, and then brought back to the blizzard, where the others were waiting. We filmed all day and all night, stopping only to eat standing near a bonfire. We never went inside.... The blizzard never slackened.
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    HonorĂ© De Balzac (1799–1850)