San Antonio (/ ˌ s æ n æ n ˈ t oʊ n i oʊ /; Spanish for "Saint Anthony"), officially the City of San Antonio, is the seventh-most populous city in the United States, second largest city in the Southern United States, and the second-most populous city in Texas with 1,434,625 residents in 2020.
San Antonio has a semi-arid climate with characteristics of a humid subtropical climate.Like Austin, rain comes during the spring.
The Alamo is located here.One of three SeaWorlds is located here, the other two being in Orlando and San Diego.San Antonio is home to two amusement parks, Six Flags Fiesta Texas and SeaWorld San Antonio.
Downtown San Antonio, the city and metro area's urban core, encompasses many of the city's famous structures, attractions, and businesses. The central business district is generally understood to cover the northern half of the "Downtown Loop"— the area bordered by Cesar Chavez to the south. Due to the size of the city and its horizontal development, downtown accounts for less than one half of one percent of San Antonio's geographic area.
North Central is home to several enclaves and upscale neighborhoods including Castle Hills, Hollywood Park, Elm Creek, Inwood, and Rogers Ranch. The area is also the location of upper-middle-class neighborhoods (Deerfield, Churchill Estates, Hunter's Creek, Oak Meadow, and Summerfield).
Northwest Side is the location of the main campus of the University of Texas at San Antonio, the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, and the Northwest Campus of the University of the Incarnate Word, which includes the Rosenberg School of Optometry. The Medical Center District is also located in Northwest Side. Companies with headquarters in the area include Valero and NuStar Energy.
Greater San Antonio, officially designated San Antonio–New Braunfels, is an eight-county metropolitan area in the U.S. state of Texas defined by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB). The metropolitan area straddles South Texas and Central Texas and is on the southwestern corner of the Texas Triangle.
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San Antonio Theatrical poster Directed byDavid Butler Robert Florey Raoul Walsh Written byAlan Le May W. R. Burnett Produced byRobert Buckner StarringErrol Flynn Alexis Smith CinematographyBert Glennon Edited byIrene Morra Music byRay Heindorf Max Steiner M. K. Jerome Erich Wolfgang Korngold Distributed byWarner Bros. Release date December 29, 1945 Running time 109 minutes CountryUnited States LanguageEnglish Budget$2,232,000 Box office$3 million or $5,899,000 San Antonio is a 1945 American West
Rustlers are running rampant in Texas, but at least one rancher, Charlie Bell, isn't pulling up stakes yet, particularly with the news that old friend Clay Hardin is en route from Mexico back home to San Antonio. Clay claims to have proof, documented in a book, that Roy Stuart is responsible for the rustling. Clay arrives in town by stagecoach, as does Jeanne Starr, who is taking a job as a singer in Stuart's saloon. Lured backstage by Jeanne, suspicious that she could be in cahoots with her bos
W.R. Burnett, one of the writers, said Warner Bros had the idea of getting Max Brand to write an Errol Flynn Western. Burnett says "They gave him carte blanche, which they never did, because of his enormous reputation. He used to come in every day with a briefcase and go out ever
Shooting started September 1944. The film was shot at Warners' Calabasas Ranch. Director David Butler said Warners "built probably the longest street that was ever built for a Western at Warners" for the film and "they built it the wrong way." Butler says he was warned about work
The film was Flynn's most popular movie of the mid 1940s, earning $3,553,000 domestically and $2,346,000 foreign. It was Warners' third most popular film of the year, after Saratoga Trunk and Night and Day.
Filmink magazine argued "there is something anonymous about the film – none of the sequences reach the delirious excesses found in the Dodge City trilogy, for instance; it’s less silly than anything in those movies but also less memorable."
San Antonio is an unincorporated community and census-designated place in Socorro County, New Mexico, United States, roughly in the center of the state, on the Rio Grande. The entire population of the county is approximately 18,000. San Antonio is partly agricultural, and partly a bedroom community for Socorro and White Sands Missile Range .