Currently Jean Auel owns the movie rights to her novel "The Valley of Horses". The rights were purchased by the Peters-Guber company, along with the rights to "The Clan of the Cave Bear". After her experience with the making of the movie version of Clan, Mrs. Auel successfully sued the Peters-Guber company and won back the rights to all of her novels, including "The Clan of the Cave Bear". So here is the good news! At some future date we can expect not only a movie version of "The Valley of Horses", but also a greatly improved remake of "The Clan of the Cave Bear". To learn more about the Peters-Guber company, read the book "Hit and Run: How John Peters and Peter Guber Took Sony For a Ride in Hollywood", by Nancy Griffin and Kim Masters.
valley of the horses Earth Children series..? as to my knowledge no. I've been on the look out for a few years now.
I really wish that they'd do the whole series...
sounds like a spanish version of Red River Valley
'Back to the Future' was filmed on a back-lot of Universal Studios called the "Courthouse Square" in California .
A Thousand Suns - 2009 was released on: USA: 16 October 2009 (Mill Valley Film Festival) USA: May 2010 (Santa Cruz Film Festival)
Well it was used during the end of series 6 of tv sitcom only fools and horses, when Rodney gets married. and Del thinks about his past and future. I can't think of any film it's been in though
Yes but for valley scare it is
The Valley of Horses has 502 pages.
The Valley of Horses was created on 1982-04-13.
Sun Valley - film - was created in 1996.
Eden Valley - film - was created in 1994.
The duration of Secret Valley - film - is 3600.0 seconds.
The duration of Eden Valley - film - is 1.58 hours.
The duration of Valley Forge - film - is 1.25 hours.
The duration of The Valley of Hell - film - is 3000.0 seconds.
The duration of Valley of the Dolls - film - is 2.05 hours.
The duration of Valley of the Kings - film - is 1.43 hours.
The duration of Down in the Valley - film - is 2.08 hours.
The duration of Sun Valley - film - is 1.9 hours.