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The Valley of Gwangi (1969) (The Valley--Where Time Stood Still)

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The Valley of Gwangi

2 years, 11 months ago at Nov 26 6:44
The Valley of Gwangi was an inherited project for Ray Harryhausen. Originally intended by mentor Willis O’Brien as a follow-up to King Kong, with a few sequences of cowboys on the loose in Africa repurposed into Mighty Joe Young, Gwangi is actually the second run-through of this material after O’Brien produced 1956’s The Beast of Hollow Mountain. Of course, a weird western about cowboys batt... read more
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Description: A Wild West show star and a British paleontologist find The Forbidden Valley and encounter a litany of living dinosaurs. The cowboy seeks fame and fortune by capturing a Tyrannosaurus Rex, known as Gwangi by the gypsies, and putting it in a Mexican circus. ... (more)
Release date: 19 May 1969
UPC: 085392751921
Tags: Ray Harryhausen (3), Western (3), Dinosaur (3), 1969 (2), Curse (1), Gipsy (1), Child In Peril (1), Triceratops (1), Fossil (1), Allosaurus (1), Evolution (1), Professor (1), HQ (1), Pterodactyl (1), Western Town (1), Trick Riding (1), Mexico (1), Stop Motion (1), Adventurer (1), Tyrannosaurus (1)
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The Valley of Gwangi

“The Valley of Gwangi was an inherited project for Ray Harryhausen. Originally intended by mentor Willis O’Brien as a follow-up to King Kong, with a few sequences of cowboys on the loose in Africa repurposed into Mighty Joe Young, Gwangi is actually the second run-through of this material after O’Brien produced 1956’s The Beast of Hollow Mountain. Of course, a weird western about cowboys battling it out with prehistoric animals sounds like something from the whacky imagination of Harryhausen anyway, so the transition of the idea between the men is seamless.   The Valley of Gwangi is inoffensively kitsch, a movie where you’re very likely to witness an Allosaurus (that would be Gwangi) munching on a character only dubbed “the dwarf,” then fight an elephant, before meeting its e” read more

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