Valley Of The Dragons (1961)
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In 1881, Michael Denning, an American soldier, and Hector Servadac, a French aristocrat, are about to have a duel over a woman that they both are infatuated with. However, just as the two men are about to shoot at each other, a comet strikes the Earth and the gravitational pull draws in the two men. Michael and Hector soon deduce that this comet has been periodically landing on Earth and gathering people and animals from various eras in time, including people and dinosaurs. The two men then decide to put their differences aside and fight for survival as well as help make peace between two warring tribes of cavemen.
They go a million years back in time ... and land a million miles out in space!
Title: Valley Of The Dragons
Release Date: November , 1961
Runtime: 79 mins
All Genres: Sci-Fi
Colors: Black and White
IMDB Rating: 4.0
Buried.com Rating: 5.1 - (Rate This Horror Movie at Buried.com)
Category: Horror Movies Starting With V
Cesare Danova ...Hector Servadac
Sean McClory ...Michael Denning
Joan Staley ...Deena
Danielle De Metz ...Nateeta
Gregg Martell ...Od-Loo
Gil Perkins ...Tarn / Doctor
I. Stanford Jolley ...Patoo
Mike Lane ...Anoka
Roger Til ...Vidal
Mark Dempsey ...Andrews
Jerry Sunshine ...LeClerc
Dolly Grey ...Mara
Chester Hayes ...Bit Part
More Movie Taglines:
- They go a million years back in time ... and land a million miles out in space!
- Space travelers in a world that time forgot!
- Mastodons! Dinosaurs! Flying reptiles! Humankind makes its last stand!
- Battle for survival
- against brutal, bestial Neanderthals!
- Subterranean mole-men inflicting weird tortures on all captives!
- Uses stock footage from One Million B.C. (1940).
This movie was based on a novel by Jules Verne entitled "Career of a Comet".
Some US ad-mats promoted the movie as having been filmed in "Monstascope", suggesting some kind of wide-screen process, but this was entirely misleading. In fact, the film was photographed with spherical lenses and projected at 1.85:1 - wider than regular Academy aperture (1.37:1), but not quite CinemaScope!
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