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It Came From Beneath the Sea was the first collaboration between special effects wizard Ray Harryhausen and producer Charles H. Schneer. Directed by Robert Gordon (Tarzan and The Jungle Boy), the newly colorized film, depicting a giant octopus attacking San Francisco, stars Kenneth Tobey (The Thing From Another World), Faith Domergue (This Island Earth), Donald Curtis (Earth vs. The Flying Saucers) and Ian Keith (The Ten Commandments).
I loved this movie. I already had the B&W version, but wanted the colorized version. This one was not blue-ray, but, it am not complaining. The quality is very good. Read morePublished 5 months ago by JanQ
This item was exactly what I expected. Excellect processing and delivery.Published 10 months ago by Alvin Zeno
I bought this because I love Ray Harryhausen films. But after I purchased the instant video, I was horrified to find it was colorized and there is no option to buy the original... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Jill D.
Good nostalgic film.
Brought back many childhood memories.
2 versions. Color & Black and white. A real treat for the classic science fiction collectors.Published 11 months ago by Shopperduck2
Nice Ray Harryhausen. Colorization a bonus. They did a nice job.Published 12 months ago by frank munde
I have seen this movie in the Black/White version when I was a kid, I enjoyed it then so to recieve a colorized version thrilled me to no end. Read morePublished 12 months ago by S. Yishmerai
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|who all think that the sci fi tv,and movies from the 1950s&60s are the...||
Movies from this era (1950s) had REAL science mixed with the hoakyness whereas, today, its mostly all fiction with little or no science. Yesterday was more appealing to the science/math minded and, Post 1950s is more appealing to the religious/arts minded. Like in the original Thing where they... Read More
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