26 years before Donald Trump was elected President, he appeared in one of the weirdest movies ever filmed in Wyoming. In 1990, Trump co-starred with Bo Derek, Anthony Quinn and famed Wyoming lawyer Gerry Spence in "Ghosts Can't Do It," which was filmed in Jackson Hole.

The future President had a cameo role in the movie, which depicted Derek as a widow who attempts to drown a young man in order for the ghost of her late husband to inhabit his body. It was the first of several movies Trump appeared in. His other film credits include "Home Alone 2: Lost in New York", "The Little Rascals" and "Zoolander."

The movie was panned by critics and won the 1990 Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Picture. Trump won the Golden Raspberry for Worst Supporting Actor.

"This is one of the worst things in the history of things. This is a movie that has to be seen to be believed," a Cinema Snob review once noted.

President's Trump big screen debut was one of several movies filmed in the area, including the blockbusters "Rocky IV" and "Any Which Way You Can", and Academy Award winners "Django Unchained" and "Shane".