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Iberia Parish
Albania Plantation, Delcambre, Jeanerette, Loreauville, Lydia, New Iberia (Parish Seat), Shadows-on-the-Teche Plantation

History
Named for: Iberian Peninsula.

 

1923

White Rose -United Artists. Dir: Griffith; Cast: Marsh, Dempster. Filmed at Shadows-on-the-Teche Plantation with additional scenes filmed in Bayou Teche, Franklin, New Iberia and St. Martinsville.

1938

Buccaneer, The - Dir: DeMille; Cast: March, Gaal. Adventure tale of Jean Lafitte, with some scenes filmed in New Iberia, and some scenes set in the bayous of Louisiana.

1958

Buccaneer, The - Dir: Quinn; Cast:  Brynner, Bloom. Jean Lafitte adventure filmed partially at the Shadows-on-the-Teche Plantation in New Iberia and around New Orleans.  World premiere in New Orleans December 9, 1958.

2003

Neverthought - Dir: Bourque; Cast: Sanders, Sanders. Short sci/fi filmed in Broussard, Cade, Lafayette and New Iberia.

Nutria - Dir: Gesing. Short documentary filmed in New Iberia and New Orleans.

2006

All the King's Men - Dir: Zaillian; Cast: Penn, Law. Drama thriller set in the 1950’s Louisiana and filmed  at the Albania Plantation in  Jeanerette, Donaldson, the fairgrounds in Livingston, Morgan City, New Orleans and the State Capitol in Baton Rouge.

2009

In the Electric Mist - Dir: Tavernier; Cast: Jones, Goodman.  Crime drama mystery set in post-Katrina New Orleans and filmed in Albania Plantation in Jeanerette, Catahoula, Charenton, New Iberia, New Orleans and St. Martinville.

2011

Surviving Progress - Dir: Roy, Crooks. Documentary showing how too much progress in past civilizations was disasterous partially filmed in New Iberia.

 

 

 


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