Movies Filmed at Fort Bravo/Texas Hollywood

Mini Hollywood, 04200 Tabernas, Spain

Official Site

Constructed in the early 1970s, Texas Hollywood is a western film set built to fulfill the needs of Spaghetti Westerns filming in the region. It was purchased in 1977 by stunt actor Rafa Molina and in the 80s he opened the set to the public for tours. It has since been expanded with mock shoot-outs and other faux-western amenities and goes by the name Fort Bravo. The town is split into one section designed in the style of the American Old West and another designed to look like a Mexican town.

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