Neil Finn and his 30- to 50-foot girlfriend,
in the music video "She Will Have Her Way"
Neil Finn is known for fronting the bands Split Enz and Crowded House, along with his solo career. This solo video includes footage from both "30 Foot Bride" and "50 Foot Woman," cleverly blending original clips from both films with new footage featuring Finn and his own 30-foot (or 50-foot) girlfriend.
"War of the Colossal Beast"
composite shot, filmed partly at Iverson
It's also worth noting the "rampaging enormous men" movies. Probably the best-known entry in this subgenre is "The Amazing Colossal Man" (1957), which pretty much started the whole oversized people phenomenon of the Cold War era. "Colossal Man" was not shot at Iverson — the location work was almost entirely done in Arizona and Nevada, including some iconic shots you may recall of the big guy taking out his hostility on some large neon figures on the Vegas Strip. But "Colossal Man" had a lesser-known sequel, "War of the Colossal Beast" (1958), that not only is a terrific Iverson movie but also is part of an extremely select group of movies to set foot on the iconic Chatsworth rock formation Stoney Point.
Stoney Point in Chatsworth,
seen in "War of the Colossal Beast"
Stoney Point often appears in the background in movies shot at Iverson, but "War of the Colossal Beast" includes footage actually shot at the site.