The Dick Foran movie "Song of the Saddle," filmed in 1935 and released in early 1936, featured a small wooden cabin that was situated in the area we now know as Central Garden of the Gods.
Site of the cabin, as it appears today
I was able to find the location where the "Song of the Saddle" cabin stood, thanks to some readily identifiable nearby rocks. I took the above photo of the area on a recent visit to Garden of the Gods.
The Harum Scarum Cluster turns up in productions going all the way back to the silent film days. I recently spotted the rocks in a brief sequence in the 1928 silent movie "Revenge."