While the North Coast is known for being home to movies like “The Goonies,” “Kindergarten Cop” and “The Ring,” there are many more films that feature local coastal towns. Here is a look at some locally-filmed movies available to stream at home.

“The Great Race” (1965) — Characters Leslie and Professor Fate race from New York to Paris. Filming locations include Gearhart, California and Austria. Stream the film on Amazon Prime, Google Play, iTunes, YouTube and Vudu.

“1941” (1979) — Starring John Belushi and Dan Aykroyd, a group of Californians prepare for an invasion from Japan, days after Pearl Harbor. Filming locations include Cannon Beach, Gold Beach and California. Stream the film on Amazon Prime, Crackle, Google Play, iTunes, YouTube and Vudu.

“The Black Stallion” (1979) — A young boy befriends an Arabian stallion, then trains it to race. Filming locations include the Liberty Theatre, Gearhart, Nehalem, Canada and Italy. Stream the film on Amazon Prime, Google Play, iTunes, YouTube and Vudu.

“The Goonies” (1985) — A group of friends go on an adventure to find a pirate’s lost treasures. Filming locations include Astoria, Cannon Beach and California. Stream the film on Amazon Prime, Google Play, iTunes, YouTube and Vudu.

“Short Circuit” (1986) — A robot becomes intelligent after an accident, then escapes its lab. Filming locations include Astoria, Portland and California. Stream the film on Amazon Prime, Crackle, Google Play, iTunes, YouTube and Vudu.

“Benji the Hunted” (1987) — Benji the dog is left to save himself after an accident. Filming locations include Astoria, Newport and Washington state. Stream the film on Amazon Prime, Disney+, Google Play, iTunes, YouTube and Vudu.

“Permanent Record” (1988) — A high school student takes on his best friend’s responsibilities after the friend’s death. Filming locations include Cannon Beach and Portland. Stream the film on Google Play, iTunes and YouTube.

“Come See the Paradise” (1990) — A couple faces the struggle of maintaining their relationship after one of the two is placed into a Japanese internment camp. Filming locations include Astoria, Cathlamet, Portland, Seattle, Tacoma and California. Stream the film on Amazon Prime, Google Play, iTunes, YouTube and Vudu.

“Kindergarten Cop” (1990) — A cop goes undercover as a kindergarten teacher. Filming locations include Astoria, Cannon Beach, Seaside and California. Stream the film on Amazon Prime, Google Play, Hulu, iTunes, YouTube and Vudu.

“Point Break” (1991) — An FBI agent goes undercover as a surfer. Filming locations include Cannon Beach, Wheeler, California, Hawaii and Utah. Stream the film on Amazon Prime, Google Play, iTunes, YouTube and Vudu.

“Free Willy” (1993) — A young boy attempts to free an orca whale from an aquarium. Filming locations include Astoria, Cannon Beach, Portland, the San Juan Islands and Mexico. Stream the film on Amazon Prime, Google Play, Hulu, iTunes, YouTube and Vudu.

“Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III” (1993) — The turtles go back in time in Japan. Astoria was used as a filming location. Stream the film on Google Play, iTunes, YouTube and Vudu.

“The Temp” (1993) — An office temp is willing to cover for her boss, no matter what it takes. Filming locations include Cannon Beach, Portland and Washington state. Stream the film on Amazon Prime, Google Play, iTunes and YouTube.

“Free Willy 2: The Adventure Home” (1995) — A teenager tries to save orca whales from an oil spill, one of which he saved as a child. Filming locations include Astoria, the San Juan Islands and California. Stream the film on Amazon Prime, Google Play, Hulu, iTunes, YouTube and Vudu.

“The Ring” (2002) — A reporter investigates a mysterious video that has led to multiple deaths. Filming locations include Astoria, Washington state and California. Stream the film on Amazon Prime, Google Play, iTunes, Netflix, YouTube and Vudu.

“The Ring Two” (2005) — A reporter follows mysterious events. Filming locations include Astoria, Chinook and California. Stream the film on Amazon Prime, Google Play, iTunes, YouTube and Vudu.

“The Guardian” (2006) — An accomplished swimmer joins the U.S. Coast Guard. Filming locations include Astoria, Alaska, California and North Carolina. Stream the film on Amazon Prime, Google Play, iTunes, YouTube and Vudu.

“Cthulhu” (2007) — A professor goes home to Oregon and connects with an old friend, which leads to becoming involved in a cult. Filming locations include Astoria, Gearhart, Seaside, Megler and other locations in Washington state and Oregon. Stream the film on Amazon Prime, Google Play and YouTube.

“Into the Wild” (2007) — A college graduate goes on a journey to live in the wild. Filming locations include Astoria, Longview, Alaska, Arizona and other Oregon locations. Stream the film on Amazon Prime, Google Play, iTunes, YouTube and Vudu.

“Twilight” (2008) — A young woman falls for a vampire. Filming locations include Cannon Beach, and multiple spots in Oregon and Washington state. Stream the film on Amazon Prime, Google Play, iTunes, YouTube and Vudu.

“Cold Weather” (2010) — A man’s ex-girlfriend disappears, which he gets involved in after moving to Portland. Filming locations include Cannon Beach, The Dalles and Portland. Stream the film on Amazon Prime, Google Play, iTunes and YouTube.

“The Discoverers” (2012) — A family re-enacts the Lewis and Clark expedition. Filming locations include Seaside, Manzanita, Portland and Pennsylvania. Stream the film on Amazon Prime, Google Play, iTunes, Tubi, YouTube and Vudu.

“Green Room” (2015) — A band tries to stay alive after seeing a murder. Filming locations include Astoria, Mount Hood National Forest and Portland. Stream the film on Amazon Prime, Google Play, iTunes, Netflix, YouTube and Vudu.

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