Jim O'Connolly


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Valley Of Gwangi, The (1969) -- (Movie Clip) Ain't That Somethin'! Our explorers enter the valley, young Lope (Curtis Arden) snatched from behind the professor (Laurence Naismith) by Ray Harryhausen's first major creature, a pterodactyl which, Carlos (Gustavo Rojo) finds, is a lot easier to wrangle once you bring it down, in The Valley Of Gwangi, 1969.
Valley Of Gwangi, The (1969) -- (Movie Clip) Bird On The Wing From the opening taking place "South of the Rio Grande... At the turn of the century," cocksure Tuck (James Franciscus) gets past Champ (Richard Carlson) to watch his ex-partner and girlfriend T.J. (Gila Golan) do a fancy horse stunt, in the Ray Harryhausen special effects vehicle The Valley Of Gwangi, 1969.
Valley Of Gwangi, The (1969) -- (Movie Clip) You Should Be Extinct T.J. (dubbed Gila Golan), Wild West show girl-impresario, shows off her new main attraction, a mini-horse by Ray Harryhausen, to her sneaky boyfriend Tuck (James Franciscus), who then shares it with the professor (Laurence Naismith), who sees greater potential, in The Valley Of Gwangi, 1969.
Berserk! (1967) -- (Movie Clip) You Slut! Circus performers after hours, Matilda (Diana Dors) exhorting colleagues, little Bruno (George Claydon, with Philip Madoc, Golda Casimir, Philip Madoc et al) to blame boss Monica (Joan Crawford) for the murders, when guess-who arrives, in Berserk!, 1967.
Berserk! (1967) -- (Movie Clip) The Capacity To Love Experienced circus boss Monica (Joan Crawford) throwing cold water on her hot date with youthful acrobat Frank (Ty Hardin), who's then followed by her suspicious partner Dorando (Michael Gough), who finds trouble, in Berserk!, 1967.
Berserk! (1967) -- (Movie Clip) Open, Gaspar Right off the bat opening, Joan Crawford as circus proprietor and and ring mistress "Monica Rivers," nifty graphics as high-wire man Gaspar (Thomas Cimarro) becomes victim number one, in the Herman Cohen production Berserk!, 1967.