GenreDrama, Romance ScreenplayGordon Rigby, Wid Gunning CountryUnited States
Release dateDecember 4, 1927 (1927-12-04) Based onThe Valley of the Giants
by Peter B. Kyne WriterPeter B. Kyne (novel), Wid Gunning, Gordon Rigby CastMilton Sills (Bryce Cardigan), Doris Kenyon (Shirley Pennington), Arthur Stone (Buck Ogilvy), George Fawcett (John Cardigan), Paul Hurst (Randeau), Charles Sellon (Pennington) Similar moviesMilton Sills appears in The Valley of the Giants and The Barker
The Valley of the Giants is a 1927 silent film adventure directed by Charles Brabin and starring Milton Sills and Doris Kenyon who were real-life man and wife. It was based on a novel by Peter B. Kyne. First National produced and distributed the film having gained the screen rights to the story from Famous Players-Lasky and Paramount. Paramount had made a version of the novel in 1919 with Wallace Reid. A copy of this film survives at the UCLA Film and Television Archive. It is also listed as existing in an incomplete print at the Library of Congress.