Visitors to Oklahoma City have the opportunity to view the Oklahoma History Center’s newest major exhibit, Oklahoma @ the Movies which showcases the creativity and innovation of Oklahomans and their legacy of creating, starring in, and watching motion pictures on the silver screen. The exhibit also explores film stories about Cowboys and Westerns, American Indians and Hollywood, African American movies filmed in the state, the film industry in Oklahoma, and the "Oklahoma Image" on screen.
As visitors enter the Inasmuch Gallery at the Oklahoma History Center, paparazzi click away at the most recent red carpet arrivals. Around the corner, the two story gallery opens onto a comprehensive collection of Oklahoma movie memorabilia and stories. Artifacts on display range from a script satchel given to Oklahoma City actor Rex Linn which was designed by Sylvester Stallone for the cast and crew of his movie Cliffhanger to the prosthetic heads of Thelma and Louise, designed by Steve LaPorte, an award winning special effects artist from Oklahoma City.
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