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Aliens, Dragons, Monsters and Me (1986)

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Documentary about the life and work of Ray Harryhausen.


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Documentary, originally airing on The Disney Channel, about pioneering special-effects master Ray Harryhausen. Included are clips from his films and interviews with such people as author Ray Bradbury, who has been a lifelong friend, and actor Kerwin Mathews, who has appeared in several of Harryhausen's films. Written by

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23 March 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

One of the first extensive documentaries to be made about stop-motion maestro Ray Harryhausen, this light-hearted look at his work is almost the video equivalent of Ray's "Fantasy Film Scrapbook." It's a shame that this video has been out of print for so long, and it is long overdue for a DVD release. While not as comprehensive as THE HARRYHAUSEN CHRONICLES (which has been released as a special edition DVD, as well as been included as an extra by Columbia on nearly every one of their Ray H. DVDs), it does give us an extended on screen look at Harryhausen, himself, discussing his films, plus on screen comments by Ray Bradbury about his life-long friendship with the animator. I don't know who currently holds the rights to this film, but there seems to be enough interest in it to warrant it being reissued in the digital format.

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