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The Last Valley  (1971)

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The movie The Last Valley, released in 1971 and directed by James Clavell, was shot on film using Todd-AO 65mm Camera with Norman Warwick, John Wilcox as cinematographer and editing by John Bloom.
Directed by | James Clavell
Cinematography by | Norman Warwick, John Wilcox
Edited by | John Bloom
Written by | James Clavell, J.B. Pick
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Country | UK, USA
Language | English
Genres | Adventure, Drama, War

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Casting by
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Production Management
Production Manager
Unit Manager: Austria
Second Unit & Assistant Directors
Assistant Director
Second Assistant Director
Assistant Director: Austria
Second Assistant Director
Camera & Electrical Department
Camera Operator: Second Unit
Still Photographer
Special Still Photographer
Camera Operator: Second Unit
Camera Operator
Second Unit
Clapper Loader
Editorial Department
Assistant Editor
Visual Effects Department
Visual Effects
Matte Camera
Matte Painter
Special Effects Department
Special Effects
Special Effects
Special Effects Technician
Animation Department
Animator: Opening Sequence
Art Department
Assistant Art Director
Construction Manager
Assistant Art Director
Sound Department
Dubbing Editor
Dubbing Mixer
Sound Mixer
Boom Operator
Boom Operator
Makeup Department
Makeup Artist
Makeup Artist
Hair Stylist
Costume & Wardrobe Department
Music Department
Music Contractor
Stunt Department
Stunt Arranger
Additional Crew Members
Production Secretary
Special Assistant
Unit Publicist
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