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The Valley of Gwangi

The Valley of Gwangi(1969)

Also Known As: The Valley--Where Time Stood Still |

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Brief Synopsis

Cowboys discover a lost world populated by dinosaurs.

Cast & Crew

Jim O'Connolly Director
James Franciscus Tuck Kirby
Gila Golan T. J. Breckenridge
Richard Carlson Champ Connors
Laurence Naismith Prof. Horace Bromley
Freda Jackson Tia Zorina
Gustavo Rojo Carlos dos Orsos
Erwin Hillier Director of Photography
Alec Mills Camera Operator

Additional Details

MPAA Ratings:  G Premiere Info:  Detroit opening: 11 Jun 1969
Release Date:  1969 Production Date:  [Dynamation]
A Charles H. Schneer Production
none available
Color/B&W:  Color (Technicolor) Distributions Co:  Warner Bros.--Seven Arts, Inc.
Sound:  Mono Production Co:  Morningside Pictures
Duration(mins):  95 Country:  United States
Duration(feet):  not available    
Duration(reels):  not available    

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  • Harryhausen at his "Dynamation" best.

    Tracy Bellows 2014-05-07

    Ray Harryhausen was indeed the best in his field of special effects. His dinosaur creations including Gwangi actually an allosaurus was brought to life... MORE>

  • Harryhausen's best "Dino" work!

    Thomas Wisneski 2014-01-01

    Ray Harryhausen will forever be the biggest inspiration to any special effects person in the business. His fantasy films will live on to be enjoyed -- as... MORE>

  • Different kind of western

    Troy Ratliff 2010-02-08

    This is an offbeat scifi western that is very entertaining. One would think mixing western cowboys and dinasours would be laughable, but director Jim... MORE>