Ray Harryhausen: The Early Years Collection Trailer

Ray Harryhausen: The Early Years Collection Trailer (2005)

17 January 2005 Factual 233 mins

For over a half century, Ray Harryhausen has amazed and inspired countless filmmakers and fans around the world with his breathtaking motion picture effects and stop-motion animation. Presented here for the first time ever is the authorized collection of his earliest work, along with hours of supplemental features.

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