Marks of a genius: Ray Harryhausen’s incredible creature drawings

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Marks of a genius: Ray Harryhausen’s incredible creature drawings

If it wasn’t a monster movie then it wasn’t worth watching. That was my fickle view of cinema when I was a child. For thrills it had to be werewolves, vampires, gelatinous blobs from outer space or stitched-together cadavers. All well and good—but nothing gave as much pleasure as one of Ray Harryhausen’s animated creatures moving across the screen. Whether it was those ghoulish killer skeletons in Jason and the Argonauts; or the Ray Bradbury-inspired Rhedosaurus that chewed-up fifties New…

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Marks of a genius: Ray Harryhausen’s incredible creature drawings

If it wasn’t a monster movie then it wasn’t worth watching. That was my fickle view of cinema when I was a child. For thrills it had to be werewolves, vampires, gelatinous blobs from outer space or stitched-together cadavers. All well and good—but nothing gave as much pleasure as one of Ray Harryhausen’s animated creatures moving across the screen. Whether it was those ghoulish killer skeletons in Jason and the Argonauts; or the Ray Bradbury-inspired Rhedosaurus that chewed-up fifties New…

I'm a big fan of George Pal's 'War of the Worlds' film from back in 1953 but after having found this clip of stop-motion animator Ray Harryhausen showing the test footage of his own unrealized feature film from 1949 I'm… Science Fiction Art, Pulp Fiction, Clash Of The Titans, Classic Sci Fi, Famous Monsters, Scary Monsters, Creature Drawings, Sci Fi Movies, Fantastic Art
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Marks of a genius: Ray Harryhausen’s incredible creature drawings

If it wasn’t a monster movie then it wasn’t worth watching. That was my fickle view of cinema when I was a child. For thrills it had to be werewolves, vampires, gelatinous blobs from outer space or stitched-together cadavers. All well and good—but nothing gave as much pleasure as one of Ray Harryhausen’s animated creatures moving across the screen. Whether it was those ghoulish killer skeletons in Jason and the Argonauts; or the Ray Bradbury-inspired Rhedosaurus that chewed-up fifties New…

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Marks of a genius: Ray Harryhausen’s incredible creature drawings

If it wasn’t a monster movie then it wasn’t worth watching. That was my fickle view of cinema when I was a child. For thrills it had to be werewolves, vampires, gelatinous blobs from outer space or stitched-together cadavers. All well and good—but nothing gave as much pleasure as one of Ray Harryhausen’s animated creatures moving across the screen. Whether it was those ghoulish killer skeletons in Jason and the Argonauts; or the Ray Bradbury-inspired Rhedosaurus that chewed-up fifties New…

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Marks of a genius: Ray Harryhausen’s incredible creature drawings

If it wasn’t a monster movie then it wasn’t worth watching. That was my fickle view of cinema when I was a child. For thrills it had to be werewolves, vampires, gelatinous blobs from outer space or stitched-together cadavers. All well and good—but nothing gave as much pleasure as one of Ray Harryhausen’s animated creatures moving across the screen. Whether it was those ghoulish killer skeletons in Jason and the Argonauts; or the Ray Bradbury-inspired Rhedosaurus that chewed-up fifties New…

Sketch from CLASH OF THE TITANS of Medusa and Perseus, drawn by Ray Harryhausen - master of sci-fi and fantasy stop-motion figures. Creature Drawings, Animal Drawings, Pencil Drawings, Clash Of The Titans, Gods And Goddesses, Stop Motion, Mythical Creatures, Mythological Creatures, Medusa
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Marks of a genius: Ray Harryhausen’s incredible creature drawings

If it wasn’t a monster movie then it wasn’t worth watching. That was my fickle view of cinema when I was a child. For thrills it had to be werewolves, vampires, gelatinous blobs from outer space or stitched-together cadavers. All well and good—but nothing gave as much pleasure as one of Ray Harryhausen’s animated creatures moving across the screen. Whether it was those ghoulish killer skeletons in Jason and the Argonauts; or the Ray Bradbury-inspired Rhedosaurus that chewed-up fifties New…

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Marks of a genius: Ray Harryhausen’s incredible creature drawings

If it wasn’t a monster movie then it wasn’t worth watching. That was my fickle view of cinema when I was a child. For thrills it had to be werewolves, vampires, gelatinous blobs from outer space or stitched-together cadavers. All well and good—but nothing gave as much pleasure as one of Ray Harryhausen’s animated creatures moving across the screen. Whether it was those ghoulish killer skeletons in Jason and the Argonauts; or the Ray Bradbury-inspired Rhedosaurus that chewed-up fifties New…

A gallery of The Voyage of Sinbad publicity stills and other photos. Featuring Ray Harryhausen and. Fantasy Movies, Sci Fi Movies, Fantasy Characters, Horror Movies, Indie Movies, Comedy Movies, Action Movies, Classic Monster Movies, Classic Monsters
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Marks of a genius: Ray Harryhausen’s incredible creature drawings

If it wasn’t a monster movie then it wasn’t worth watching. That was my fickle view of cinema when I was a child. For thrills it had to be werewolves, vampires, gelatinous blobs from outer space or stitched-together cadavers. All well and good—but nothing gave as much pleasure as one of Ray Harryhausen’s animated creatures moving across the screen. Whether it was those ghoulish killer skeletons in Jason and the Argonauts; or the Ray Bradbury-inspired Rhedosaurus that chewed-up fifties New…