Dynasty and Denver Today

If you’ve never been to Denver, and like me, you had a mother who watched Dynasty religiously in the 80s, don’t expect to see what was in the show’s opening credits when you arrive. Aside from the fact that it was shot more than twenty years ago, and things have very likely changed, you should know that only the first minute of the video above was shot in Denver. The rest of it—and most, if not all, of the episodes—was shot in various California locations.

If you’d like to have a better idea of what to expect, watch the video below. A proofreader should’ve gone over the captions, but hey, a picture’s worth much more than a few misspelled words =)

For more about Dynasty, take a look at IMDb, Ultimate Dynasty and Shoulderpads.net. But if you’d like to find out more about Denver, you’re better off checking out the official site of the Denver Metro Convention & Visitors Bureau, Wikipedia (with all the usual librarian’s warnings), Ask.com, and of course, the Rocky Mountain SLA Chapter’s Conference Wiki.

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