Joe Dirt

  • (0:01)  Joe Dirt Pulling Into The Radio Station Parking Lot / KTLA Studios; 5800 W. Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles

  • (0:05)  Flashback To The Grand Canyon Scene / Dead Horse State Park, Utah

  • (0:06)  Little Joe Looking For His Parents As Everybody Leaves / Vasquez Rocks Park; 10700 Escondido Canyon Road, Santa Clarita

  • (0:07)  Little Joe In The Pond With The Duck In His Mouth / Disney Golden Oak Ranch; 19802 Placerita Canyon Road, Newhall (Note: This Pond And A Lot More Of The Movie Used The Ranch For Filming And It Is Private Property So Don't Trespass Or You Will Be Arrested)

  • (0:08)  Juvenile Detention Center / Disney Ranch; Newhall

  • (0:10)  Joe Dirt Being Picked On By The Kids Next To The Railroad Track / Santa Paula Train Station; 200 N. 10th Street, Santa Paula

  • (0:11)  Joe Eating At Mary B's / 1313 E. Harvard Blvd, Santa Paula

  • (0:12)  Joe Seeing Silvertown From On The Hills / The Real Town Is Called Ferndale In Northern California

  • (0:13)  Joe Walking Up To Town To Have An Expert Assess His Space Meteor And Learns It Is Really Poop Dumped From An Airliner / Northeast Corner Of E. Main Street And N. 10th Street, Santa Paula

  • (0:14)  Brandy's House / Disney Ranch; Newhall

  • (0:19)  The Pond And Bridge / Disney Ranch; Newhall

  • (0:24)  Joe Working For Molar World / 858 E. Main Street, Santa Paula

  • (0:27)  Abandoned Oil Field / Still Searching For This Location

  • (0:31)  Fireworks Stand In The Desert / 150th Street East Just South Of Avenue M, Lake Los Angeles (Note: This Place Was On The West Side Of The Road Just Look For The Rocks)

  • (0:42)  Joe In A Western Town / Disney Ranch Western Set; Newhall

  • (0:44)  Carnival Where Joe Works And Meets Jill / Disney Ranch; Newall

  • (0:46)  Joe At A Service Station Where He Buys His Car / Veluzat Motion Picture Ranch; Haskell Canyon Road, Saugus (Note: I Am Guessing This Place Is Not Open To The Public)

  • (0:47)  Jill's Cabin / Veluzat Motion Picture Ranch; Haskell Canyon Road, Saugus

  • (0:52)  Buffalo Bob's House In Indiana / 9910 Hirondelle Lane, Tujunga

  • (0:55)  School Joe Dirt Works At As A Janitor / El Segundo High School; 640 Main Street, El Segundo

  • (1:00)  Clem's House / 464 N. Summit Avenue, Pasadena

  • (1:04)  Live Gator Farm / Los Angeles County Arboretum; 301 N. Baldwin Avenue, Arcadia (Note: The Live Gator Farm Is Fake But The Lake Is Very Much Real)

  • (1:07)  Joe Dirt Visiting His Childhood Home In Louisiana / 457 N. Summit Avenue, Pasadena

  • (1:18)  Joe's Parents Trailer Near The Refinery / Fletcher Oil Refinery; 24721 S. Main Street, Carson

  • (1:21)  Joe Wanting To Jump Off The Bridge / 4th Street Bridge Over The Los Angeles River; Los Angeles (Note: He Is Wanting To Jump Off The South Side Of The Bridge)

7 comments:

  1. The firework stand scence was filmed at Twin Arrows, Arizona. It can be seen off the Twin arrows exit of Interstate 40. Just east of Flagstaff.

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    1. It was filmed at Lake Los Angeles, CA. like reported. If you look on Google Earth for the rock formation (like I did), you'll see the rocks and the cactus.

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    2. Lol if you think it was filmed anywhere other then the mojave desert(lake la) you are uneducated lol go to arizona and find a Joshua tree please, as they are only indigenous to mojave desert and the Gobi desert as they are also endangered

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    3. The trailer scene was filmed in Joshua Tree National Park. We sent up to the park and saw it. I can't remember exactly where in the park but it was off just slightly on a dirt road off the main park road. The trailer set was on one side of the dirt road and on the other side was a drive-in movie set with a big screen and speaker posts. I remember how weird that seemed because it was set up amongst Joshua Trees and made no sense. There was also a giant chicken or rooster statue near the big movie screen. We saw it on a weekend because one of the park rangers had told my boyfriend it was there. They had a security guard sitting in a car blocking the road so you couldn't get up too close. I was close enough, however, to say with certainty that this photo with the trailer is Joshua Tree National Park. I saw it with my own eyes.

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  2. Thank you for all the hard work, this made my day..smile on my face...for w long time.

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  3. Abandoned oil derrick is in a little town called "midwest" Wyoming, on the corner of highway ,259 & 387, you can see it from Google earth.

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  4. Thanks for the info! I hail from Montana, so the scene where Joe works for Molar World in Montana piqued my interest. I noticed the license plate was from Golden Valley County, MT. There are only two towns there, and the county seat is Ryegate, which looks nothing like the movie... as is confirmed by your findings here. :) Was fun to look though!

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