Set includes the following films: “It Came From Beneath the Sea” (1955) starring Kenneth Tobey, Faith Domergue; Directed by Robert Gordon; b/w; aspect ratio 1:85 anamorphic widescreen; english language w/english,french,chinese, thai, spanish, portugese subtitles; running time: 78 minutes; no rating.

“Earth Vs. The Flying Saucers” (1956) starring Hugh Marlowe, Joan Taylor; Directed by Fred F. Sears; b/w; aspect ratio 1:85 anamorphic widescreen; english language w/english,  french, chinese, thai, spanish, protugese subtitles; running time: 83 minutes; no rating.

“20 Million Miles to Earth”  (1957) starring William Hopper, Joan Taylor; Directed by Nathan Juran; b/w;  aspect ratio 1:33 full screen & 1:85 anamorphic widescreen; english language w/english, french subtitles; running time: 82 minutes; no rating.

Special features in set: “The Harryhausen Chronicles” documentary; “This is Dynamation” promo short made for the release of “The 7th Voyage of Sinbad”; “The Making of Earth Vs. The Flying Saucers” featurette; stills gallery; theatrical trailers; 42 page illustrated scrapbook booklet.

   The three films contained in this boxed set are from a particularly formative period in the career of Ray Harryhausen. They represent the three films he participated in immediately following his successful solo effects outing with “Beast From 20.000 Fathoms” and also the first three films involving his career-long creative partner, producer Charles H. Schneer.

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I've been a puppet, a pirate, a pauper, a poet, a pawn and a king, not necessarily in that order. My first major movie memory was being at the drive-in at about 1 1/2 yrs. old seeing "Sayonara" so I suppose an interest in film was inevitable. (For those scoring at home- good for you- I wasn't driving that evening, so no need to alert authorities.)Writer, critic and confessed spoiler of women, as I have a tendency to forget to put them back in the refrigerator. My apologies.
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