In 1900, unscrupulous timber baron Jim Fallon plans to take advantage of a new law and make millions off California redwood. Much of the land he hopes to grab has been homesteaded by a Quaker colony, who try to persuade him to spare the giant sequoias...but these are the very trees he wants most. Expert at manipulating others, Fallon finds that other sharks are at his own heels, and forms an unlikely alliance.
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Mammoth redwood wilderness ... treasure piled to the sky !
Did You Know?
In the same year, Kirk Douglas starred in a movie titled The Big Trees and a movie titled The Big Sky. Though they were narratively unconnected, in both films, Douglas's character was named Jim. See more
Judging by the filming locations, the trees are coast redwoods (sequoia semerivirons). Giant sequoia are referenced in the writings on this film. Giant sequoia (sequoiadendron giganteum) are a different species located far away from these coastal filming locations in the Sierra Nevada Mountains. See more
The giant sequoias are more than trees, friend. They are the everlasting sign of our Creator's work... 4000 years old... as old as the Book and the Faith.
Remake of Valley of the Giants
It's Tulip Time in Holland
Music by Richard A. Whiting
Lyrics by Dave Radford See more