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1960s

 

1960

 

Blood of the Zombie - See Dead One, 1960.

Dead One, The (a/k/a) Blood of the Zombie - Dir: Mahon; Cast: McKay, Ormond.  Horror filmed in New Orleans. - Movie Trailerstrailer available on this title.

Desire in the Dust - Dir: Claxton; Cast: Burr, Hyer. Drama filmed in Clinton, Asphodel Plantation and Zachary. Golden Poster print available on this title.

Fugitive Kind - Dir: Lumet; Cast: Brando, Woodward. Drama with some scenes set in New Orleans.


1961

 

America By Night - Dir: Barros; Cast: Cardoso, Machado. Italian film                    

America de Notte - with some footage shot in New Orleans.

Sanctuary - Dir: Richardson; Cast: Remick, Montand. Drama with some  scenes set in New Orleans.

1962

 

Bourbon Street Shadows - See Invisible Avenger, 1958 Golden Poster print available on this title. - Movie Trailerstrailer available on this title.

Four for the Morgue - Dir: Sledge; Cast: Harris, Sirgo. Crime drama filmed and set in New Orleans.

Poor White Trash- See Bayou, 1957 reissued with additional footage.

Wacky World of Dr. Morgus, The - Dir: Haig; Cast: Noel, Barton. Comedy horror filmed in New Orleans and Kenner. Golden Poster print available on this title.

Walk on the Wild Side - Dir: Dmytryk; Cast: Harvey, Fonda. Drama filmed and set in New Orleans.

1963

 

Girl in Trouble - Dir: Beale/Chase; Cast:  Clarke, Menard.  Crime drama filmed and set in New Orleans.

Louisiana Diary - Narrator: Moore. Documentary following CORE as they change voter registration filmed and set in Plaquemine.

Toys in the Attic - Dir:  Hill; Cast:  Martin, Page.  Drama filmed and set in New Orleans.  World premiere in New Orleans July 17, 1963.

1964

 

Bayous of Louisiana - Included on list of the Louisiana Film Commission.

Bourbon Street - See Passion Street, U.S.A. 1964

Hanged Man, The - Dir: Siegel; Cast: Culp, Miles. Made for TV movie set in New Orleans at Mardi Gras. Was released to theaters in Europe.

Hush…Hush, Sweet Charlotte (a/k/a) What Ever Happened to Cousin Charlotte - Dir:  Aldrich; Cast:  Davis, de Havilland.  Horror filmed partially at Houmas House Plantation in Burnside for interior shots. Exterior shots were done at Oak Alley Plantation and Baton Rouge. Golden Poster print available on this title. - Movie Trailerstrailer available on this title.

Passion Street U.S.A. (a/k/a) Bourbon Street - Dir: Daley; Cast: Clarke, Conway. Filmed in the French Quarter.

What Ever Happened to Cousin Charlotte - SeeHush…Hush, Sweet Charlotte, 1964.

1965

 

An American Wife (English translation of original Italian title) - See Run for Your Wife, 1965.

Cincinnati Kid, The - Dir: Jewison; Cast: McQueen, Robinson. Drama filmed and set in New Orleans and Covington. World premiere in New Orleans October 15, 1965.  Golden Poster print available on this title. - Movie Trailerstrailer available on this title.

Pete’s Place - Dir: Cohen; Cast: Fountain. Short documentary about Pete Fountain. Filmed in the French Quarter. Golden Poster print available on this title.

Run for Your Wife (a/k/a) An American Wife - Dir: Polidoro; Cast:  Tognazzi, Fleming. Comedy partially filmed in New Orleans.

1966

 

Alvarez Kelly - Dir: Dmytryk; Cast: Holden, Widmark.  Drama filmed in Baton Rouge, Asphodel Plantation and Clinton. Golden Poster print available on this title.

Frankie and Johnny - Dir: De Cordova; Cast: Presley, Douglas. Musical with some scenes set in New Orleans.

Hurricane Named Betsy - Dir: Cuchiara. Narrator: Fred Collins. A documentary on Hurricane Betsy presented by Department of Defense - Office of Civil Defense partially filmed in New Orleans, Grand Isle, Baton Rouge, St. Bernard, and Plaquemine.

Nevada Smith - Dir:  Hathaway; Cast: McQueen, Malden. Western with some scenes filmed in Krotz Springs, Baton Rouge, Lafayette and New Orleans. 

Texas Across the River - Dir: Gordon; Cast: Martin, Delon. Comedy western with some scenes set in Louisiana.

This Property is Condemned - Dir: Pollack; Cast: Wood, Redford. Drama partially filmed in New Orleans, including the French Quarter and Lake Pontchartrain, and Burnside. Golden Poster print available on this title.

1967

 

Bonnie and Clyde - Dir: Penn; Stars:  Beatty, Dunaway. Crime drama with some scenes set in Louisiana.

Hot Thrills and Warm Chills - Dir: Berry; Cast: Alexander, Maitland. Drama filmed and set in New Orleans during Mardi Gras.

Hotel - Dir: Quine; Cast: Taylor, Spaak. Drama filmed and set in New Orleans.

Hurry Sundown - Dir: Preminger; Cast: Caine, Fonda. Drama filmed in Baton Rouge, Hammond, Sunshine, St. Gabriel and St. Francisville. Golden Poster print available on this title.

Pill, The - Included on list of the Louisiana Film Commission, this is possibly a working title. We have not identified this film yet.

What Am I Bid? - Dir: Nash; Cast: Van Dyke, Harmon, Hirt. Musical comedy drama partially filmed in the French Quarter.

1968

 

Exotic Ones (a/k/a) Monster and the Stripper - Dir:  Ormond; Cast:  Austin, Clifton.   Comedy horror filmed in New Orleans and set in the Louisiana bayous. Golden Poster print available on this title.

Monster and the Stripper – See Exotic Ones, 1968

1969

 

Easy Rider - Dir:  Hopper; Cast:  Fonda, Nicholson.  Drama partially filmed in Louisiana. Filming locations included NewOrleans, including the French Quarter at Mardi Gras and the St. Louis Cemetery; the Long-Allen Bridge over the Atchafalaya River from Berwick to Morgan City; East Main Street of Garden City; West Main Street in Franklin; Krotz Springs, Lafayette, and Morganza.  Golden Poster print available on this title. - Movie Trailerstrailer available on this title.

Legend of Witch Hollow - See Witchmaker, 1969.

Night of Bloody Horror - Dir: Houck; Cast: McRaney, Yellen. Horror filmed and set in New Orleans.  World premiere in New Orleans August 9, 1969.  Golden Poster print available on this title.

Number One - Dir: Gries; Cast: Heston, Walter. Sports drama filmed and set in New Orleans, including scenes filmed at Tulane Stadium during an actual New Orleans Saints game.  Golden Poster print available on this title.

Slaves - Dir: Biberman; Cast: Boyd; Warwick. Drama filmed in Shreveport.

Undefeated, The - Dir: McLaglen; Cast: Wayne, Hudson. Western filmed partially in Baton Rouge. Golden Poster print available on this title.

Witchmaker, The (a/k/a) Legend of Witch Hollow - Dir: Brown; Cast:  Eisley, Brandt. Horror mystery set in Louisiana and filmed in Marksville.