Oklahoma exhibit spotlights state’s role in moviemaking

Oklahoma History Center’s movies exhibit showcases 73 movies made in Oklahoma and other film history.

BY MAX NICHOLS Modified: September 28, 2012 at 6:13 pm •  Published: September 30, 2012

When I think back to movies I have loved and were filmed at least partially in Oklahoma, “Grapes of Wrath” always comes to mind. Filmed in 1940 in Sayre and McAlester, it brought to life the Great Depression, which had a great influence on my boyhood and my approach to hard work and life.

I also recall...

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