The Gunga Din Tour is a Bus tour that highlights the filming of the movie in the summer and fall of 1938, Gunga Din remains to this day the largest production ever filmed in the Lone Pine area. The production company created huge sets, hired over a thousand extras, and built a tent city to house the cast and crew. It is recognized as one of the rare films of its era to stand up well to modern sensitivities. Visit the site of the temple, the village of Tanta Pur, battle scene locations and see the location of the bridge crossed by the elephants.
Friday 3:30 PM
The "Gunga Din" Tour is a BUS Tour with tour guide, Jerry Finney, Buses will leave at 3:30 PM on Friday from the South Museum parking lot. Buses will return to this lot. Tour itself is 2.5 hours. Please note - Some walking on uneven ground – suggest wearing appropriate shoes. Bus accomodates 54 passengers.
About Jerry Finney...
Jerry has loved the movie Gunga Din since childhood seeing it over 20 times. With his sense of adventure, love of exploring the High Desert and Hollywood background he is excited to share his passion with you with the Gunga Din tour this film festival.
| Gunga Din Theatrical Trailer 1939
|| Dave Holland on Gunga Din