Andy Jauregui first leased the property from Standard Oil (now Chevron) in 1928, along with "Fat" Jones, but soon bought out Jones' portion of the lease.
Filming began around 1929 at the working ranch.
Chevron permitted the Jauregui's, Andy and his wife Camille, to remain on the property until they were either dead or no longer resided on the property. In 1990, Andy died, and in 1996, Camille moved out and Chevron razed all of the buildings on the land. The property was sold to its neighbor, the Golden Oak Ranch of Walt Disney.
DIRECTIONS: From Los Angeles, take the Golden State Freeway (5) north to the Antelope Valley Freeway (14) north. Exit at Placerita Canyon Road and turn right. The Andy Jauregui Ranch site is on the left after the first curve in the road.
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"Come on Danger" (Radio Pictures 1932) Directed by: Robert Hill. Cast: Tom Keene, Julie Haydon, Rosco Ates, Robert Ellis, William Scott, Frank Lackteen, Wade Boteler, Roy Stewart, Harry Tenbrook.
"Riders of Destiny" (Monogram 1933) Directed by: Robert N. Bradbury. Cast: John Wayne, Cecilia Parker, Forrest Taylor, George Hayes, Al St. John, Heinie Conklin, Yakima Canutt, Earl Dwire, Lafe McKee, Addie Foster.
"Durango Valley Raiders" (Republic 1938) Directed by: Sam Newfield. Cast: Bob Steele, Louise Stanley, Karl Hackett, Ted Adams, Forest Taylor, Steve Clark, Horace Murphy, Jack Ingram.
"In Old Montana" (Spectrum 1939) Directed by: Raymond K. Johnson. Cast: Fred Scott, Jean Carmen, John Merton, Harry Harvey, Walter McGrail, Wheeler Oakman, Frank LaRue, Allen Cavan, Jane Keckley, Richard Cramer, Ted Adams.
"The Lone Rider Fights Back" (PRC 1941) Directed by: Sam Newfield. Cast: George Houston, Al (Fuzzy) St. John, Dorothy Short, Dennis Moore, Frank Hagney, Charles King, Frank Ellis.