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Included in this update Mighty Joe Young (1949) Mighty Joe Young (1998) Planet of the Apes (1968) Beneath the Planet of the Apes (1970) Escape from the Planet of the Apes (1971) Conquest of the Planet of the apes ( 1972) Battle for the Planet of the Apes ( 1973) Planet of the Apes -TV series (1974) Return to the Planet of the Apes Cartoon (1975) Planet of the Apes (2001) remake All of these are included in the Ultimate DVD set. The Blu-ray set just includes the original movies from the 1970s without the TV series or cartoon.
A fast mover with tributes to Classic Science Fiction and Horror Films from the silent era, th 1930's, 40's, 50's and early 60's with one from 1986 only because it fit in so well! All of the Classic Universal Monsters are here with Giant Bugs from some of the great 1950's Sci Fi films, Norman Bates, The Time Machine and more! The music is a free selection from "xv k2 vx" with many added sound effects and musical snippets. The Time Machine 1960 Nosferatu 1922 Dracula 1931 Psycho 1960 The Fly 1958 The Fly 1986 The Phantom of the Opera 1925 Them! 1954 The Beginning of the End 1957 Tarantula 1955 The Wasp Woman 1959 The Black Scorpion 1957 The Deadly Mantis 1957 Frankenstein 1931 The Bride of Frankenstein 1935 The Mummy 1932 The Invisible Man 1933 The Wolfman 1941 The Creature from the Black Lagoon 1954 King Kong 1933 Clash of the Titans 1981 It Came From Beneath the Sea 1955 Mighty Joe Young 1949 Jason and the Argonauts 1963 20 Million Miles to Earth 1957 Reptilicus 1961 The Beast from 20000 Fathoms 1953 The Giant Claw 1957 The Giant Gila Monster 1959 Earth vs. The Flying Saucers 1956 Robot Monster 1953 The Day the Earth Stood Still 1951 The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari 1920 The Hunchback of Notre Dame 1923 London After Midnight 1927 The Tingler 1959 Journey to the Center of the Earth 1959 The Birds 1963 The Twilight Zone TV Star Trek
A review of the action/adventure film, Mighty Joe Young, starring Terry Moore, Ben Johnson, and Robert Armstrong.
1944 www.amazon.com Watch the full film: thefilmarchived.blogspot.com Iris Adrian (May 29, 1912 -- September 17, 1994) was an American film actress. Born in Los Angeles, California as Iris Adrian Hofstadter, Adrian won a beauty pageant and worked with the Ziegfeld Follies, before she entered films at the end of the silent era in Chasing Husbands (1928) and appeared as an extra or chorus girl in early sound films like Paramount on Parade (1930). During the 1930s she specialised in playing glamorous gold-diggers and gangsters' "molls", and played supporting roles in numerous features. She was considered a versatile actress, who could play drama or comedy, and she was also regarded as a capable dancer, dancing in a couple of films with George Raft. She also appeared on several radio programs, including serving as a regular on the Abbott and Costello Show. She continued to act regularly without achieving star status and by the end of the 1960s had appeared in more than one hundred films. In her later years she appeared in several Walt Disney films, including That Darn Cat!, The Love Bug, The Shaggy DA and Freaky Friday. She also played numerous guest roles in such television series as Get Smart, The Beverly Hillbillies, Green Acres, Petticoat Junction, The Munsters, The Love Boat, The Lucy Show and The Jack Benny Show. She was married three times, the first time to Charles Over in 1935 (divorced in 1936), the second to George Jay (also divorced), and her final marriage was to ...
Finale from the 1949 Mighty Joe Young. Early Ray Harryhausen. Not to be missed.
Montage of stills from films that won Oscars for the year 1949 (presented at the 22nd Academy Awards on March 23, 1950) set to the year's Oscar-winning song.
On June 29th 2010 the London Film Museum will open its latest exhibition Ray Harryhausen - Myths and Legends". Ray is the father of modern day special effects. Without his imagination and wonderful fantasy films made in the 1940s, 50s, 60s and 70s there would probably be no George Lucas, Steven Spielberg, James Cameron, Nick Park or Peter Jackson. It was Ray who inspired these fantasy filmmakers and it is to him that each one credits Ray as their inspiration. Ray began his art after seeing King Kong (1933) and following his first feature film Mighty Joe Young in 1949 went on to develop a technique known as Dynamation, which is a process that allows animated models to be integrated with live action. Other films followed, amongst which were The Beast From 20000 Fathoms (1952), 20 Million Miles to Earth (1957), The 7th Voyage of Sinbad (1958), Jason and the Argonauts (1963), One Million Years BC (1966), The Golden Voyage of Sinbad (1973) and Clash of the Titans (1981). These classic films 'starred' such creations at Cyclops, dragons, living skeleton warriors, a Medusa, a giant crab, scorpions and bees and of course dinosaurs. The exhibition is being put together by the London Film Museum Advisory Panel including Leslie Hardcastle (founder of MOMI) and Jonathan Sands (Chief Executive of the museum), and with kind permission from The Ray and Diana Harryhausen Foundation.
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...in my case, it's also a time to reminisce about numerous televised viewings of the classic films "King Kong" (1933), "Mighty Joe Young" (1949) and Laurel and Hardy's "March of the Wooden Soldiers." (1934). Seems to me that somewhere along the line in our...
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Director Ernest B. Schoedsack teams again Robert Armstrong in this groundbreaking film, the winner of the 1949 Academy Award for Special Effects. In it, Armstrong plays a producer who sweet-talks a young woman (Terry Moore) into bringing Joe, her pet gorilla, from Africa to Hollywood to become the headliners for his show. But life under the klieg lights proves to be too much for Joe, who longs for freedom and peace.
I'm an avid Ray Harryhausen fan, and this is one of my favorites. Disney remade it some years later, but I still love the stop-motion special effects from this era. If you haven't seen this already then it chronicles the story of an ape that gets adopted by a young girl. In typical Hollywood fashion...the ape is transported to civilization where mayhem ensues and terror and confusion are the norm. Add in a little romance, excitement and a happy ending to get a lovable movie called "Mighty Joe Young."
The last shots of the 44 WHITE 810 BEKINS Van from the 1949 movie "IMPACT". Compare these to the video here showing the 1949 movie 'MIGHTY JOE YOUNG".
A 1944 WHITE 810T Bekins Van from the 1949 movie "IMPACT".
These are trucks that appeared in the 1949 version of "Mighty Joe Young". The first two are both Ford. The van is a 44 WHITE MOTOR COMPANY Moving Van.
Here is the second part of the interview with Ray . I began by asking Ray if he had any idea he would end up working for his heroes Merian C.Cooper , Ernest B. Schoedsack and of course Willis O' Brian on "The Mighty Joe Young" which won the Academy Award for Best Visual Effects 1949.
Short clip of the 1949 classic Mighty Joe Young with an updated soundtrack.