25 ways to celebrate films set in the West

Pay homage to our favorite movies set in the diverse landscapes of the West

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Don Corleone and David Sedaris
Photo by David Fenton

Don Corleone and David Sedaris

The Godfather in wine country. The movie gallery at the Francis Ford Coppola Winery in Geyserville, California (pictured), includes two floors of relics like Don Corleone’s desk from The Godfather and Coppola’s Oscar for the 1972 film. franciscoppolawinery.com

Portlandia on the big screen. In this year’s C.O.G., the first big-screen adaptation of David Sedaris’s essays, Sedaris’s character hawks Oregon-shaped clocks at a Portland craft fair. You won’t find those at the city’s Crafty Wonderland shop, but you will find Oregon-shaped pillows among the handmade goods. craftywonderland.com

 

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