The minor league Durham Bulls celebrated the 30th anniversary of the acclaimed baseball movie "Bull Durham" during two weekends in June. To start, fans watched the flick on a giant screen in the outfield at the original Durham Athletic Park, site of the picture's filming. One week later, the team honored the movie by wearing throwback uniforms, displaying props from the set and showcasing the film on the stadium's videoboard.


"Bull Durham" is just one filmed-in-North-Carolina project with an anniversary this year. The TV series "Dawson's Creek" and other show-biz ventures are marking big dates in 2018.Want to visit scene-stealing landmarks in North Carolina? It may be impossible to stop by everything, so make your list manageable by limiting it to movies and TV shows celebrating significant anniversaries this year:


"Brainstorm" (1983): Douglas Trumbull's film is best known for being Natalie Wood's last. The science fiction thriller, which won a Saturn Award for Louise Fletcher, included shots of the Wright Brothers National Memorial and the Ocracoke Lighthouse as well as scenes filmed in Pinehurst and Research Triangle Park.


"Bull Durham" (1988): Producer Thomas Mount chose his hometown as the setting for the baseball romance, which was written and directed by Ron Shelton. Kevin Costner, Susan Sarandon and Tim Robbins starred in the film. It turned the real Durham Bulls into the most famous team in the minor leagues. Raleigh, Asheville, Burlington, Wilson and Greensboro also saw film action.


"The Fugitive" (1993): Tommy Lee Jones won an Oscar for his portrayal of the marshal tracking down Dr. Richard Kimble (Harrison Ford). Travelers can see Cheoah Dam, where Kimble takes a giant leap, and the wrecked train.


"Dawson's Creek" (1998-2003): North Carolina native Kevin Williamson created this teen drama starring James Van Der Beek, Katie Holmes, Joshua Jackson and Michelle Williams. Production was based in the Wilmington area with additional shoots in Southport, Durham and Chapel Hill.


"One Tree Hill" (2003-2012): Chad Michael Murray, James Lafferty and Hilarie Burton were among the stars of the series, which was based in Wilmington.


"Nights in Rodanthe" (2008): Richard Gere and Diane Lane took top billing, but the movie's real star just might have been the Inn at Rodanthe. Two fans of the movie saved the house from the sea. You can rent the most famous home on Hatteras Island when you visit Rodanthe and other Outer Banks spots.


"Safe Haven" (2013): This romantic thriller, starring Julianne Hough, Josh Duhamel and Cobie Smulders, was directed by Lasse Hallström. It's an adaptation of Nicholas Sparks' 2010 novel of the same name. Southport is the setting and main location for the film.


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