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The Valley of GwangiA Wild West showman (James Franciscus) and his cowboys find dinosaurs near a Mexican town and put one in a Mexican circus. His victim, called the Gwangi, turns out to have an aversion to being shown in public.
Actors of "The Valley of Gwangi"
Characters of "The Valley of Gwangi"
Directors of "The Valley of Gwangi"Jim O'ConnollyBirthdate: 23 February 1926, Birmingham, West Midlands, England, UK
Creators of "The Valley of Gwangi"William BastBirthdate: 3 April 1931, Wauwatosa, Wisconsin, USAJulian MoreBirthdate: 15 June 1928, Llanelli, Wales, UK
Critic Reviews of "The Valley of Gwangi"Ozus' World Movie ReviewsJanuary 01, 2016
An implausible B film fantasy sci-fi venture. But it should delight the fans of special effects maven Ray Harryhausen more than others.Antagony & EcstasyAugust 02, 2011
Best thought of as one of the pictures to get out of the way later rather than sooner when you decide to see everything Ray Harryhausen did.DVDJournal.comApril 06, 2006
It says something about the production and about Harryhausen's artistry when we realize that Gwangi, the snarling dinosaur created from a tabletop model, is the most realistically alive character on the screen.Commercial Appeal (Memphis, TN)December 29, 2003
How can a dinosaur fan of any age not love 'Gwangi,' in which the title Allosaurus makes his public debut with the unscheduled addition of a screaming dwarf between his jaws?New TimesNovember 28, 2003
Cowboys and dinosaurs! Too bad we root for the dinos, but the cowboys win.
Gallery of "The Valley of Gwangi"