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  • tv movieThe Night of the Iguana (1963) - filmed on location at Mismaloya and other minor locations in the Puerto Vallarta area. The filming brought Richard Burton, Ava Gardner, Deborah Kerr, Tennessee Williams, and Elizabeth Taylor (who was not in the film). The off-screen activities of Burton and Taylor were reported in the tabloids and tabloid newsreels of the day. After filming was completed, John Huston decided to build a vacation home in the vicinity, and built a home on remote Las Caletas beach. John Huston's children Angelica and Danny are founders and supporters of the Puerto Vallarta film festival. (In The Night of the Iguana children are shown selling iguana by the roadside. The Iguana was once an important food animal, popular in Jalisco and Colima.)
  • Predator (1987) - the jungle scenes were filmed on location in the hills behind Mismaloya. The film starred Arnold Schwarzenegger and was directed by John McTiernan. McTiernan lost quite a bit of weight during the filming because he was afraid to eat the local food.
  • Puerto Vallarta Squeeze (2004) - a filmed version of the Robert James Waller novel of the same name. It starred Scott Glenn and Harvey Keitel. The film was shot on location in and around Puerto Vallarta.
  • The Love Boat (tv series)- Puerto Vallarta was often mentioned as a port of call for the Pacific Princess.
  • Flavor of Love (tv series)- The final episode in which Flava Flav picks the winner was shot on location on Las Caletas beach in Puerto Vallarta.
  • The Heartbreak Kid (2007)- In the film there is a scene where Ben Stiller fights with a sea lion and these portions were shot on location in Puerto Vallarta at the Sea Lion Adventure of Vallarta Adventures one of the tour companies there.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Puerto_Vallarta