Good Ol' Boys Tour

This self-guided tour takes you to a college town, a raging river and plenty of places where good ol' boys—and girls—who love films will have fun.

Chattooga River

Claude Terry and Payson Kennedy knew the Chattooga River better than most in 1971 and became the main advisors and stunt men during the filming of "Deliverance." Standing in for Ned Beatty and Burt Reynolds, they spent many hours canoeing and swimming rapids. Following filming, Payson...

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Dixie Speedway

In his big-screen debut, Kenny Rogers played Brewster Baker, a down-on-his-luck race car driver who happens to run into a mechanically inclined group of orphans. The film "Six Pack" was shot on location at Dixie Speedway, where there is racing every Saturday night from May through...

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Electric Cowboy

Formerly known as Cowboys, this is where Ren, Ariel and the gang head to town for a little boot scootin' in director Craig Brewer's 2011 version of "Footloose."

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Just an hour from Atlanta, Athens is home to the University of Georgia. Brimming with great restaurants, great music and a vibe all its own, this city of roughly 100,000 was the setting for the Shawn Cassidy bicycling TV series "Breaking Away," which had a seven-episode run in 1980-81...

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Oxford College of Emory University

Oxford College is a two-year residential college located on the original campus of Emory College (now Emory University) and part of the Emory system. Perhaps more importantly, however, it was the site of the General Lee's famous jump, seen weekly in the opening credits of "The...

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The historic town of Jonesboro, located just south of the Atlanta metro area in Clayton County, doubled as Texarkana in the 1977 Burt Reynolds blockbuster "Smokey and the Bandit." To see the town as it looked during filming, visit this site.

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