Valley of the Dragons (1961)

79 mins | Science fiction | 1961

Director:

Edward Bernds

Producer:

Byron Roberts

Cinematographer:

Brydon Baker

Editor:

Edwin Bryant

Production Designer:

Don Ament

Production Company:

Z. R. B. Productions
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HISTORY

Footage from One Million B. C . (1940) and The Lost World (1960) may have been ... More Less

Footage from One Million B. C . (1940) and The Lost World (1960) may have been used. More Less

CAST
PRODUCTION CREDITS
NAME
PARENT COMPANY
PRODUCTION COMPANY
DISTRIBUTION COMPANY
NAME
CREDITED AS
CREDIT
DIRECTORS
Asst dir
PRODUCERS
Exec prod
WRITERS
PHOTOGRAPHY
Dir of photog
ART DIRECTOR
Art dir
FILM EDITOR
Film ed
MUSIC
SOUND
Sd supv
VISUAL EFFECTS
Spec eff
MAKEUP
Makeup supv
SOURCES
LITERARY
Sugested by the novel Hector Servadac: voyages et aventures à travers le monde solaire by Jules Verne (Paris, 1877).
AUTHOR
DETAILS
Premiere Information:
Kansas City, Missouri, opening: 25 October:
Copyright Claimant:
Z. R. B. Productions
Copyright Date:
1 November 1961
Copyright Number:
LP20440
Duration(in mins):
79
Country:
United States
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

In 1881, a duel between two adventurers, Servadac and Denning, is halted by a tremendous windstorm that sweeps the two men onto a passing comet inhabited by prehistoric beasts and men. An attacking mammoth separates them; Servadac retreats to the River People and a beautiful blonde, Deena, while Denning finds his way to the Cave People and a brunette, Nateeta. After battles with dinosaurs and less-than-humans, the two men are reunited in rescuing the Cave People from attacking dragons. They also persuade the two peoples to end their constant warring and live in harmony. Servadac and Denning then settle down with Deena and Nateeta to wait for the time when the comet will again pass close to the ... +


In 1881, a duel between two adventurers, Servadac and Denning, is halted by a tremendous windstorm that sweeps the two men onto a passing comet inhabited by prehistoric beasts and men. An attacking mammoth separates them; Servadac retreats to the River People and a beautiful blonde, Deena, while Denning finds his way to the Cave People and a brunette, Nateeta. After battles with dinosaurs and less-than-humans, the two men are reunited in rescuing the Cave People from attacking dragons. They also persuade the two peoples to end their constant warring and live in harmony. Servadac and Denning then settle down with Deena and Nateeta to wait for the time when the comet will again pass close to the earth. +

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Offscreen Credit
Name Occurs Before Title
AFI Life Achievement Award

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