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August 4, 1991 | RUSSELL CHANDLER, TIMES RELIGION WRITER
There has always been something mystical and magnetic about the towering red rocks and mesas here. First, the Indians were drawn to them. They still call the land sacred, the place where the Great Spirit Mother birthed the human race. Then, Hollywood discovered the buttes in 1920 and used them to film the Zane Grey epic, "Call of the Canyon." Ever since, dozens of movie cowboys have been riding off into the Sedona sunset.
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August 4, 1991 | RUSSELL CHANDLER, TIMES RELIGION WRITER
There has always been something mystical and magnetic about the towering red rocks and mesas here. First, the Indians were drawn to them. They still call the land sacred, the place where the Great Spirit Mother birthed the human race. Then, Hollywood discovered the buttes in 1920 and used them to film the Zane Grey epic, "Call of the Canyon." Ever since, dozens of movie cowboys have been riding off into the Sedona sunset.
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