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Valley of the Gwangi
     

The Valley of the Gwangi

Director: James P. O'Connolly,

Cast: James Franciscus, Gila Golan, Richard Carlson

 

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When a traveling Wild West show comes to town, the natives are frightened by a one-foot-tall horse that is believed to be a bad omen. The superstitious natives try to return the horse to The Valley of Gwangi to avert disaster. Tuck (James Franciscus) and T.J. (Gila Golan) try to help archaeologist Bromley (James Naismith) find the tiny equine in the valley, but

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When a traveling Wild West show comes to town, the natives are frightened by a one-foot-tall horse that is believed to be a bad omen. The superstitious natives try to return the horse to The Valley of Gwangi to avert disaster. Tuck (James Franciscus) and T.J. (Gila Golan) try to help archaeologist Bromley (James Naismith) find the tiny equine in the valley, but they unleash a prehistoric giant monster in the process in this implausible adventure feature.

Product Details

Release Date:
08/14/2012
UPC:
0883316485293
Original Release:
1969
Rating:
G
Source:
Warner Archives
Sales rank:
2,136

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
James Franciscus Tuck
Gila Golan T.J.
Richard Carlson Champ
Laurence Naismith Prof. Horace Bromley
Gustavo Rojo Carlos
Dennis Kilbane Rowdy
Mario De Barros Bean
Curtis Arden Lope
Jose Burgos Dwarf
Freda Jackson Tia Zorina

Technical Credits
James P. O'Connolly Director
William Bast Original Story,Screenwriter
John Furness Costumes/Costume Designer
Ray Harryhausen Associate Producer,Special Effects
Erwin Hillier Cinematographer
Alec Mills Camera Operator,Cinematographer
Julian More Screenwriter
Jerome Moross Score Composer
Gil Parrondo Art Director
Henry Richardson Editor
Charles H. Schneer Producer
Pedro Vidal Asst. Director

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