San Bernardino Mountains, California

The Leo Maloney Westerns for Pathe release, the first of which is "The High Hand," are being produced at Maloney's own studio at Skyland, in the San Bernardino Mountains of Southern California. The studio, located at an altitude of 5,000 feet, directly above the orange groves of the state, includes fifty buildings and was constructed at a cost of more than one hundred thousand dollars. Modern equipment is in evidence and the place offers every comfort for the thirty-five people who dwell there all year round. It has its own lake and stream and herd of horses which are used in the Maloney productions.
[August 28, 1926, Motion Picture News]