Tatooine in Star Wars IV
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@ 2005-07-02 22:05:35
tatooine is in tunisia, you fool.
@ 2005-07-17 12:39:01
how do you know?
@ 2005-08-19 12:47:35
I've got a 'making of' video at home and it says Tunisia
@ 2005-12-28 20:51:00
I've been to Tunisia many times, and I can tell you that Tatooine is there.
@ 2006-02-04 04:37:22
I checked the star wars website and it appears that the tatooine scenes were filmed in Yuma, Tunisia, Death valley and many other places
@ 2006-02-11 17:34:08
For Star Wars IV, as the subject line says for this picture, it was filmed in Tunisia. This is fact. Other scenes in other movies were filmed in other places including Yuma.
@ 2006-03-06 11:46:47
I've been there. It's in south tunisia.
@ 2007-07-08 00:07:55
Than what's that thing at the Mohave airport? It's not the sail barge we're looking for?
@ 2010-01-22 12:42:47
and some of it was filmed in Capadocia in Eastern Turkey!
@ 2010-06-21 11:20:16
The scenes with buildings were filmed in Tunisia, the pit and ship dune scenes were filmed in Death Valley and Yuma. Feel free to look it up on the star wars website. Wow, did i just school a bunch of star wars fans or what?
@ 2011-11-14 07:30:25
I went to Death Valley over the weekend. There are places in Death Valley where Tatooine was filmed.
@ 2011-11-14 07:35:07
The real-world locations for Mos Eisley are mostly in Djerba, Tunisia with the establishing shot on Dante's View in Death Valley looking toward Furnace Creek.
@ 2012-10-04 22:14:42
i have always loved tatooine, mainly cause it's a big desert planet, it's just so big, hot, and full of numerous dangers, which is a few reasons why i liked it so damn much.
Soldier at a checkpoint
Yodaville Urban Target Complex
Airplane over the Mexican desert
Arizona State Prison, Yuma Complex
Triangular-shaped Rolle Field (44A)
Wedding ceremony site
Weapon systems mock ups (?)
Intersection in the middle of nowhere
Skyhawk, Phantom, and Harrier
Skyhawk, Phantom, and Harrier on static display
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