During the many years I lived in Edmonton and Calgary I often drove down to Livingston and Bozeman Montana to visit relatives. A prominent landmark on the way is the High-Level Bridge in Lethbridge. This rail bridge has appeared in many photographs and movies. It appears in the Days of Heaven, a dreadful Richard Gere abomination that tried to pass off the Lethbridge and Drumheller valleys in southern Alberta as the north Texas panhandle. I’ve seen both locales and trust me they do not match. How do geologists watch movies guilty of the crime of landscape substitution without cringing?