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Film Fantasy Scrapbook

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One of the most innovative and influential film animators in the history of the medium reveals a wealth of fascinatingnever-before-seen film artifacts, many of them recently discovered in a garage in Los AngelesDesigned in the form of a scrapbook, thisvisual feast for Harryhausen fans revealsmodels from unrealized projects, such as dinosaurs from the unfinished film Evolut...more
Unknown Binding, 117 pages
Published January 1st 1972 by A.S. Barnes
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Parka

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This is a delightful scrapbook style collection of stories, photos and artwork from the films that Ray Harryhausen has worked on.

Going through this book is like uncovering how a magician does his tricks. It's captivating to read about how he started out, working from small projects to the big screen. The first models he made were from wool, cloth and paper mache. What a humble beginning before going on to create cult classic films.

Stories of his film-making techniques a...more
Andy
This book is a must for any fans of animation and fans of the films of Ray Harryhausen in particular. Published in 2011, this 192 page hardcover book is presented in a scrapbook style collection of stories, photos and artwork from the film career of Ray Harryhausen.

With a foreward by director John Landis, and introduced by Ray himself, it takes a look at his film techniques and a behind the scenes look at Ray's film career, starting with the short films he worked on after being enraptured by th...more
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This book is a must for Ray Harryhausen fans. It contains a lot of rare drawings, photographs, script extracts, models, etc., from all of the films he worked on, as well as some material from projects which where never made. You'll learn a lot about how Harryhausen worked and gain a new appreciation for what he achieved. And there is plenty to get you wondering about what some of the films would have been like if different choices which were being considered had been followed and also what unmad...more
Joe
Akin to an incredibly well-curated museum exhibit about Ray Harryhausen's work. RIP Ray.
Zach Klinefelter
Another fantastic book about the master of stop-motion!
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