Do you recognize these Texas sites featured in famous movies?

Hamilton Pool located in Dripping Springs is featured in the film "Predators."
Hamilton Pool located in Dripping Springs is featured in the film "Predators." (Stephanie Thacker/Facebook)

Some popular movies have been filmed in Texas, making some locations landmarks for movie buffs.

Here are five sites in Texas that you might recognize.

1. Farmer’s and Merchant’s Bank located in Pilot Point is featured in “Bonnie & Clyde.”

According to a Denton County history and culture blog, the town now holds an annual Bonnie and Clyde Days festival to commemorate and reenact the filming of the infamous bank robbery scene.

2. Top Notch Hamburgers located in Austin is featured in “Dazed and Confused.”

This is the set where Matthew McConaughey recited his famous line “alright, alright, alright."

3. Strawberry Festival Fairgrounds located in Poteet is featured in “Selena.”

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Jennifer Lopez performed for more than 12,000 fans during the filming of “Selena” in October 1996 at the Poteet Strawberry Festival fairgrounds.

4. Wortham Center located in Houston is featured in “Robocop 2.”


Other Houston locations featured in the movie include the Alley Theater and George R. Brown Convention Center.

5. Grand Central Cafe formerly is featured in “Texas Chainsaw Massacre.”

The Kingsland cafe is was formerly recognized as the Hewitt House which was relocated from Round Rock.

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