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American history teacher John Butler along with his wife Kim and their two children Katie and Greg, as well as their dog Digger, are on a rafting trip on the Amazon river. As they are going down the river, their boat gets caught in a dangerous current and capsizes. When they surface they find themselves in a prehistoric valley where they meet caveman Gorak, his wife Gara and their two children Lok and Tana. The two families soon become friends and Gorak and his family help the Butlers in their many attempts to find a way to return home while trying to survive in the valley. Written by
Brian Washington <Sargebri@att.net>
This was one of the better Hanna-Barbera entries of the 1970's. It had interesting stories and many likable characters. Unfortunately, the same day that this show debuted, the Krofft brothers unleashed there masterpiece "Land of the Lost". In fact, that show aired at exactly the same time as this one and quickly overshadowed "Valley". This was pretty much an unusual show from H-B at the time due to the fact that unlike many of the other shows that were on at the time, this one didn't try to be preachy or ram a valuable life lesson down your throat each week. It was very action oriented without a lot of violence and it showed how the Butlers were trying to adapt to their new surroundings while at the same time trying to introduce all the modern advances of their world to Gorak's family and other cave people who inherited the valley. This was a really good show. Too bad it was overshadowed by that other good show that debuted the same day and the same exact hour as this one.
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