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Ray Harryhausen Gift Set [6 Discs] (Gift Set) (DVD) (Black & White) (Eng/Fre/Por/Spa)

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    Special Features

    • It Came From Beneath The Sea - Disc 1: Feature avalable in original B&W and Color (ChromaChoice to toggle between B&W and color)
    • Audio Commentary with Ray Harryhausen, Visual Effects Artists Randall William Cook and John Bruno, and Arnold Kunert
    • Disc Two - Remembering It Came From Beneath The Sea - Tim Burton sits down with Ray Harryhausen
    • David Schecter on Film Music's Unsung Hero - A Present-Day look at Stop-Motion
    • Digital Sneak Peek of It Came From Beneath The Sea....Again! Comic book
    • Video Photo Galleries - Original Ad Artwork
    • Earth vs The Flying Saucers - Feature available in Original B&W and Color (ChromaChoice to toggle between B&W & Color)
    • Audio Commentary with Ray Harryhausen, Visual Effects artists Jeffrey Okun, and Ken Ralston, and Arnold Kunert
    • Disc Two - Remember Earth vs The Flying Saucers
    • The Hollywood Blacklist and Bernard Gordon
    • Tim Burton sits down with Ray Harryhausen
    • Interview with Joan Taylor
    • A Present-day look at Stop-Motion
    • David Schecter on film music's Unsung Hero
    • Digital Sneak Peek of Flying Saucers vs The Earth comic book
    • Original Screenplay Credits
    • Video Photo Galleries
    • Original Ad Artwork
    • The Colorization Process
    • 20 Million Miles To Earth - Disc 1: Feature available in original B&W and Color (ChromaChoice to toggle between B&W and Color)
    • Audio Commentary with Ray Harryhausen, Visual Effects Artists Dennis Muren and Phil Tippett, and Arnold Kunert
    • Disc Two - Remembering 20 Million Miles To Earth
    • The Colorization Process
    • Tim Burton sits down with Ray Harryhausen
    • Interview with Joan Taylor
    • David Schecter on film music's Unsung Hero
    • 20 Million Miles more Comic Book
    • Video Photo galleries
    • Original Ad Artwork
    • Closed Captioned

    Synopsis

    Includes:
  • It Came from Beneath the Sea (1955), MPAA Rating: NR
  • Earth vs. the Flying Saucers (1956), MPAA Rating: NR
  • 20 Million Miles to Earth (1957), MPAA Rating: NR

    It Came from Beneath the Sea
    It Came From Beneath the Sea was the first of several fruitful collaborations between producer Charles H. Schneer and special-effects wizard Ray Harryhausen. "It" is a giant, six-tentacled octopus, which is galvanized into action by an H-bomb test. Worse still, the monster is highly radioactive, rendering useless the normal means of defense against it. Scientists Donald Curtis and Faith Domergue team with atomic-submarine commander Kenneth Tobey to halt the creature's progress before it begins to attack major coastal cities. Alas, the monster manages to reach San Francisco, wreaking havoc on the Golden Gate Bridge, the Ferry Building, and Market Street before Tobey figures out a way to destroy it. The stop-motion animation utilized by Harryhausen in It Came From Beneath Sea is convincingly frightening, but before long he'd top this achievement with such superb projects as Earth vs. Flying Saucers and Seventh Voyage of Sinbad. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

    Earth vs. the Flying Saucers
    Anyone who's seen the 1996 science-fiction lampoon Mars Attacks may have trouble watching Earth vs. the Flying Saucers with a straight face. Hugh Marlowe plays scientist Russell Marvin, who is on-hand when an alien spacecraft lands on earth. The saucermen at first insist that they've come in peace, but Marvin suspects otherwise. Sure enough, the visitors eventually declare their intention to take over the earth within the next 60 days, adding that the military's weapons are useless against them. The two-month window gives Marvin and his cohorts plenty of time to build-up superweapon, and thus stave off the seven-saucer invasion force. Special effects maestro Ray Harryhausen does a nice job laying waste to Washington DC in the film's memorable finale. The supporting cast of Earth vs. the Flying Saucers includes those two sci-fi flick stalwarts of the 1950s, Morris Ankrum and Thomas Browne Henry. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

    20 Million Miles to Earth
    One of special-effects wizard Ray Harryhausen's pre-Seventh Voyage of Sinbad efforts, 20 Million Miles to Earth borrows a few pages from King Kong. An American spaceship crashlands off the coast of Sicily. The rescue party discovers that the astronauts have inadvertently brought back a curious gelatinous mass from the planet Venus. This lump of goo rapidly evolves into be a living reptilian creature, which scientists label an "Ymir". While being subjected to laboratory experimentation, the Ymir begins growing by leaps and bounds, and before long the gigantic monstrosity has escaped and is wreaking havoc in Rome. After battling a zoo elephant and taking a swim in the Tiber, the gargantuan creature holes up in the Colosseum, where the film's pyrotechnic finale occurs. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

  • Cast & Crew

    • Hugh Marlowe
      Hugh Marlowe - Dr. Russell A. Marvin
    • Joan Taylor
      Joan Taylor - Carol Marvin
    • Donald Curtis
      Donald Curtis - Maj. Huglin
    • Morris Ankrum
      Morris Ankrum - Gen. Hanley
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      John Zaremba - Prof. Kanter
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