Thunder in the Valley (1947)

11/01/1947 (US) Drama 1h 43m
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Overview

The popular Alfred Ollivant novel "Bob, Son of Battle" is the source for this drama about sheep dogs in the Scottish highlands, filmed in mountains in Utah’s Garfield County. Gwenn (Santa Claus in Miracle on 34th Street, released the same year) is a crusty shepherd whose struggling relationship with his son McCallister is complicated by a predatory animal that is attacking the flocks of local shepherds.

  1. Louis King

    Director

  2. Alfred Ollivant

    Novel

  3. Jerome Cady

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Lon McCallister

    Lon McCallister

    David MacAdam

  2. Peggy Ann Garner

    Peggy Ann Garner

    Maggie Moore

  3. Edmund Gwenn

    Edmund Gwenn

    Adam MacAdam

  4. Reginald Owen

    Reginald Owen

    James Moore

  5. Charles Irwin

    Charles Irwin

    Long Kirby

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Original Language English

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