Kevin Costner shirtless with a bandana around his neck in a scene from the film 'Dances With Wolves', 1990./ Paul Newman and Katherine Ross in Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid/ American actor John Travolta drinking a bottle of Lone Star beer in the film 'Urban Cowboy', 1980.
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This is the Ultimate United States Road Trip for Western Movie Fans

Western movies have surged in popularity over the past century, but they really never go out of style. Whether it's a classic old western about gunslinging cowboys or a modern story about folks living on a Montana ranch, there's just something about that walk of life that will always be fascinating to fans. If you love western movies, have you considered visiting some of the places they were actually filmed? Many notable westerns are filmed up in Canada, but there are a ton of quality classics shot right here in the United States. Consider visiting some of the spots included on this epic road trip around the country to revisit some of the most notable filming locations from old and new western classics.


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