In a list that is sure to cause debate among movie fans, we take a look at the most iconic movies that were filmed, not necessarily set, in Texas and Oklahoma.

The folks at HotelsCombined.com compiled their list of the most iconic movies filmed in each state as part of set that includes the breakdown of the top foreign countries where major movies were filmed, the states with the most filming locations, and a map of filming locations across New York. However, their list of most iconic movies filmed in each state is likely going result in the most discussion and controversy depending on what film is identified as the most iconic. Being from Arizona, I wouldn't consider '2001: A Space Odyssey' the most iconic from this state. Off the top of my head, 'Revenge of the Nerds', 'Tombstone', and several John Wayne films would have made it higher on my list, but that's just my opinion. Also, many movies are filmed in multiple states. Tom Hanks' 'Castaway' was deemed the most iconic from 'Tennessee', but its final scene was filmed in Texas.

The complete list is...

  • Alabama - 'To Kill a Mockingbird'
  • Alaska - 'Insomnia'
  • Arizona - '2001: A Space Odyssey'
  • Arkansas - 'The Firm'
  • California - 'Back to the Future'
  • Colorado - 'Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade'
  • Connecticut - 'Amistad'
  • Delaware - 'Dead Poets Society'
  • Florida - 'Goldfinger'
  • Georgia - 'Road Trip'
  • Hawaii - 'Jurassic Park'
  • Idaho - 'Napolean Dynamite'
  • Illinois - 'The Breakfast Club'
  • Indiana - 'Rain Man'
  • Iowa - 'Field of Dreams'
  • Kansas - 'Paper Moon'
  • Kentucky - 'A League of Their Own'
  • Louisiana - 'Django Unchained'
  • Maine - 'Shutter Island'
  • Maryland - 'The Blair Witch Project'
  • Massachusetts - 'Jaws'
  • Michigan - '8 Mile'
  • Minnesota - 'Mallrats'
  • Mississippi - 'O Brother, Where Art Thou'
  • Missouri - 'Winter's Bone'
  • Montana - 'A River Runs Through It'
  • Nebraska - 'Terms of Endearment'
  • Nevada - 'Casino'
  • New Hampshire - 'Jumanji'
  • New Jersey - 'Clerks'
  • New Mexico - 'Brokeback Mountain'
  • New York - 'The Godfather'
  • North Carolina - 'Forrest Gump'
  • North Dakota - 'Fargo'
  • Ohio - 'The Shawshank Redemption'
  • Oklahoma - 'Twister'
  • Oregon - 'The Goonies'
  • Pennsylvania - 'Rocky'
  • Rhode Island - 'Dumb & Dumber'
  • South Carolina - 'The Notebook'
  • South Dakota - 'Armageddon'
  • Tennessee - 'Castaway'
  • Texas - 'Dazed and Confused'
  • Utah - 'Pirates of the Carribbean: At World's End'
  • Vermont - 'Beetlejuice'
  • Virginia - 'Lincoln'
  • Washington - 'The Deer Hunter'
  • West Virginia - 'Sweet Dreams'
  • Wisconsin - 'Bridesmaids'
  • Wyoming - 'Dances with Wolves'

What do you think of their list? What would you consider to be the most iconic movie that was filmed in your state?