(1 of ) 2017 - Scenes from the Netflix miniseries "13 Reasons Why" were filmed at Analy High School in Sebastopol. (IMDB)
(2 of ) 2016 - James Franco stars in "Burn Country," filmed in west Sonoma County in 2015.
(3 of ) 2016 - Actor Gabriel Soto prepares to shoot a scene for the telenovela "Vino El Amor" at Viansa Sonoma winery, near Sonoma, on Thursday, Sept. 29, 2016. (CHRISTOPHER CHUNG/ PD)
(4 of ) 1997- Locations around Sonoma County were shot for "I Know What You Did Last Summer."
(5 of ) 1960-The McDonald Mansion, also known as Mableton, was featured extensively in Disney's "Pollyanna."
(6 of ) 1963- Scenes from Alfred Hitchcock's "The Birds" were shot at the church and schoolhouse in Bodega.
(7 of ) 1973- Schellville, along Highway 121 between Napa and Petaluma, was featured in "American Graffiti."
(8 of ) 1985- A few locations in Bodega were used in the filming of "The Goonies."
(9 of ) 1986- Many scenes of downtown Petaluma, especially Washington St., were made over to resemble the 1950s for "Peggy Sue Got Married." Exterior and interior shots of Santa Rosa High School were also used.
(10 of ) 1986- Scenes in "Howard the Duck," were filmed at the Petaluma Bridge.
(11 of ) 1990- The Santa Rosa Air Center, was used in "Die Hard II."
(12 of ) 1990- Some filming went on in Cotati, for "Flatliners."
(13 of ) 1992- Locations in Petaluma and Rohnert Park were used in the filming of "Basic Instinct."
(14 of ) 1993-The Cloverdale Airport, San Francisco, and Alcatraz were featured locations in "So I Married An Axe Murderer."
(15 of ) 1993-Locations in Cazadero were used in the filming of "The Beverly Hillbillies."
(16 of ) 1996-Several locations in Sonoma County were used in the making of "Scream" including the Healdsburg Plaza, Healdsburg City Hall, and the Sonoma Community Center.
(17 of ) 1997- Locations in Petaluma were used in "Inventing The Abbotts."
(18 of ) 1997- According to the Sonoma County Film Office, locations in Sonoma County were used in 1997 version of "Lolita."
(19 of ) 2009- Scenes from "Bottleshock," were filmed in the Sonoma Plaza and at Kunde Winery. (SOURCE: SONOMA COUNTY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT BOARD)
(20 of ) 1956- Bette Davis spent six weeks on location, for "Storm Center" at the Santa Rosa Main Library. The movie also includes scenes from downtown and a house on Walnut Court. In this picture, Davis is seen with Santa Rosa Librarian Ruth Hall. (Courtesy Photo)
(21 of ) 1942 - Alfred Hitchcock during filming of "Shadow of a Doubt" at NWP Depot (now Railroad Square).