The Valley of Gwangi1969

The Valley of Gwangi

Directed by Jim O'Connolly, and written by Julian More (additional material) and William Bast (as William E. Bast), "The Valley of Gwangi" (also known as "Vendetta di Gwangi, La", "Valley Where Time Stood Still, The", "Gwangi") is a Western/Science Fiction/Thriller film, released on September 03 of 1969 in the USA , starring James Franciscus, Gila Golan, Richard Carlson, Laurence Naismith, Freda Jackson and Gustavo Rojo.

Cowboys Battle Monsters in the Lost World of Forbidden Valley.
Directed by:
Jim O'Connolly
Additional material:
Julian More
As William E. Bast:
William Bast
Charles H. Schneer
Associate producer:
Ray Harryhausen


Sometime near the turn of the 20th century, a beautiful cowgirl named T.J. Brekenridge (Gila Golan) hosts a rodeo that is struggling. Her former fiancé Tuck Kirby (James Franciscus), a heroic former stuntman working for Buffalo Bill's Wild West show, wants to buy out T.J.

T.J. has an ace she hopes will boost attendance at her show - a tiny horse. Tuck meets a British paleontologist named Horace Bromley (Laurence Naismith), who was working in a nearby Mexican desert. Bromley shows Tuck fossilized [...]



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Who is the director of "The Valley of Gwangi"?

Jim O'Connolly was an English screenwriter, director, producer, and actor.

Jim O'Connolly has directed movies such as "Vendetta for the Saint", released in 1969.


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What was the release date of "The Valley of Gwangi"?

"The Valley of Gwangi" was first released in Germany on Friday, July 25, 1969.

Release date in the United States:
  • Wednesday, September 03, 1969

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