What do Star Wars (1977), Spartacus (1960) and The Twilight Zone (1959) have in common?
Parts of all three were filmed in Death Valley.
It’s easy to understand why a filmmaker would be drawn to this 5,000 square mile national park on the eastern edge of California.
We were completely taken by surprise at the variety of sights here. From huge sand dunes
Perhaps most memorable was the sunrise our second morning. It filled the entire dome of the sky, with hues Crayola would envy. Sleepy and bedazzled, neither of us thought to grab a camera. We did catch the sunset that night.