Passed | | Adventure, Family, Fantasy
This would be the final film for Charles Gemora. For this, as well as the other films in his final years, he worked behind the camera as a make-up artist.
The legend of Jack the Giant Killer was born over a thousand years ago in Cornwall, England near Land's End. There was a time when the Kingdom of Cornwall lived in fear and trembling of the Black Prince Pendragon - master of witches, giants and ...
At approximately 14:43 Garna had accidentally dropped the key into the water, but at 15:00, after Jack stops him from untying the boat, he falls to the dock with the key now clearly back in its place under his belt. He pulls the key and throws it into the water.
Producer Edward Small re-released this film as a musical. Songs were dubbed onto the soundtrack. Some of the footage was doctored to make it look like some of the original cast were singing rather than speaking their dialog.