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Consisting of volcanic sediment and debris, and named after a notorious bandit the rock formation of Vasquez Rocks lies in northern Los Angeles County near Palmdale.

 

It has been designated as prized park land and is on the National Register but its true fame lies in its usage in numerous films and tv shows. Anyone who has watched Kirk and Spock on the original “Star Trek” has seen Vasquez Rocks and appreciated how well it can duplicate what one might think a visit to another planet might show one.
 

Supposedly it was first used in a film in the feature starring the inimitable Henry Hull, as the “Werewolf from London” and went on from there to many other places it was imitating.
 

To find the many films and tv series episodes it supposedly was used in check Wikipedia and if you remember in what scene in the film it was used, please delineate such here for those of us who are nescient of all its appearances. Thanks!”

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Consisting of volcanic sediment and debris, and named after a notorious bandit the rock formation of Vasquez Rocks lies in northern Los Angeles County near Palmdale.

 

It has been designated as prized park land and is on the National Register but its true fame lies in its usage in numerous films and tv shows. Anyone who has watched Kirk and Spock on the original “Star Trek” has seen Vasquez Rocks and appreciated how well it can duplicate what one might think a visit to another planet might show one.

 

Supposedly it was first used in a film in the feature starring the inimitable Henry Hull, as the “Werewolf from London” and went on from there to many other places it was imitating.

 

To find the many films and tv series episodes it supposedly was used in check Wikipedia and if you remember in what scene in the film it was used, please delineate such here for those of us who are nescient of all its appearances. Thanks!”

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