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Foreign Films Shot in Morocco

Oct 14

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Foreign films shot in Morocco

The ultimate list of films filmed in Morocco from 1930 to 2010, some films may only be shot partially in Morocco.

1930: Morocco by Josef von Sternberg, starred Marlene Dietrich ( VHS, no DVD) 

1955: The Man Who Knew Too Much, starring (James Stewart)

1962: Lawrence of Arabia, starred Peter O'TooleOmar Sharif 

1970: Patton, directed by Franklin Schaffner, starred George C. Scott

1975: The Man Who Would Be King, directed by John Huston, starred  Sean Connery

1981: Rollover, directed by Alan Pakula, starred Jane Fonda

1985: The Jewel of the Nile directed by Lewis Teague, starred Michael Douglas 

1987: The Living Daylights, directed by John Glen, starred Timothy Dalton and Maryam D'Abo

1988: The Last Temptation of Christ, directed by Martin Scorsese, starred Willem Dafoe

1994: Highlander III: The Sorcerer directed by Andrew Morahan, starred Christopher Lambert 

1997: Kundun directed by Martin Scorsese

1998: Hideous Kinky  starred Kate Winslet

1999: The Mummy directed by Stephen Sommers, starred Brendan Fraser

2000: Gladiator, directed by Ridley Scott, starred Russell Crowe

2001: The Mummy Returns directed by Stephen Sommers, starred Brendan Fraser 

2001: Spy Game, directed by Tony Scott, starred Robert Redford and Brad Pitt

2001: Black Hawk Down, directed by Ridley Scott, starred Josh Hartnett

2002: Live from Baghdad, directed by Mick Jackson, starred Michael Keaton

2004: Hidalgo directed by Joe Johnston, starred  Viggo Mortensen

2004: Alexander directed by Oliver Stone, starred Colin Farrell

2005: Kingdom of Heaven directed by Ridley Scott, starred Orlando Bloom

2006: Babel starred Brad Pitt

2006: The Hills Have Eyes, directed by Alexandre Aja, starred  Ted Levine

2007: Arn – The Knight Templar directed by Peter Flinth, starred  Joakim Natterqvist

2007: The Hills Have Eyes 2 directed by Martin Weisz, starred Daniella Alonso

2007: The Bourne Ultimatum directed by Paul Greengrass starred Matt Damon

2008: Body of Lies directed by Ridley Scott, starred Leonardo DiCaprio and Russell Crowe

2010: Sex and the City 2 directed by Michael Patrick King starred Sarah Jessica Parker

2010 Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time, directed by Mike Newell, starred  Jake Gyllenhaal


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