BRACKETVILLE, Texas (AP) - For decades, tourists have been able
to visit the movie set where John Wayne held off Mexican soldiers in the movie "The Alamo," but the Alamo Village in Bracketville is now closed.
The owner of the village, 93-year-old Virginia Shahan, had kept it open to visitors, trail rides and other movie shoots for nearly 50 years. But after her recent death, the attraction has been closed to visitors until her family determines what to do next.
The movie inspired a generation of would-be cowboys and cemented
in people's imaginations an outsized image of the Alamo that dwarfs
the real thing in downtown San Antonio.
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