One of the most exciting experiences is watching a movie or television show and seeing a location you know on the screen.

"Hey! I know that place!"

"Wow! They filmed over there?"

All things I've said before while watching television or a major movie.

What place in Alabama do you think has been used the most as a film location?

If you didn't know, Alabama has its share of very famous actors who were born in the Yellowhammer state.

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Channing Tatum

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Hosea Chanchez

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Mitch Holleman

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Michael Rooker

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These are just some of the stars who were born in Alabama.

HawaiianIslands.com analyzed IMDb data to identify the U.S. locations with the most film credits. They categorized the top locations by state, type, and genre to rank the most filmed locations in each category.

The top film location in the United States ended up being Griffith Park in Los Angeles, California with close to 400 credits.

Thinking about a location in Alabama that has been filmed a lot, I naturally want to say Orange Beach. Mostly because I didn't know how beautiful Alabama beaches were until I moved here.

When it came to the state of Alabama, the most filmed location only makes sense.

According to HawaiianIslands.com, it's the U.S. Space and Rocket Center in Huntsville.

Hawaiian Islands also has a list of the most filmed beaches, National Parks, sports stadiums, and buildings in the U.S.

You can check out those full lists by clicking here.

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