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About Brackettville,TX North of town is a tourist attraction called Alamo Village, built in the 1950s as the set of John Wayne's movie The Alamo . Scenes from the 1969 comedy Viva Max! were also shot here. As of July 2009, Alamo Village has been closed to the public. It is available for film production and special events such as weddings and receptions. In 1958 and 1959, the syndicated western television series Mackenzie's Raiders , starring Richard Carlson as Colonel Ranald Mackenzie, with Morris Ankrum, Louis Jean Heydt, and Jack Ging, was set at the former Fort Clark near Brackettville though it was filmed at the former Fort Apache at the former Corriganville Movie Ranch near Simi Valley, California.
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