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Harryhausen - The Movie Posters showcases the posters from all of Ray's movies, from 1949's Mighty Joe Young, to Clash of the Titans in 1981. There has never been a book published devoted solely to the promotional art associated with the films themselves. Featuring posters from all over the world, as well as commentary from The Ray & Diana Harryhausen Foundation, this is an essential addition to any fan's library.
About the Author
Richard Holliss is a freelance journalist specialising in the media. Work includes documentaries on animation, science fiction and film comedy for BBC Network Radio. The author of The Disney Studio Story and The James Bond Fact File, Richard has also written reviews and features for numerous film publications including Starburst, Home Cinema Choice, Dark Side, Fantastic Fifties and Sight and Sound. Other work includes hosting film events for the British Film Institute and editing the UK edition of Starlog magazine.
“this book is a true gift for the fanatics. To flip through its pages is to travel back in time” Film School Rejects
“a must for fans of Harryhausen’s films, collectors of movie posters and related memorabilia, art history buffs, anyone interested in advertising and design, and students of film and film history” Borg.com
“makes an awesome addition to a movie book collection or to be proudly displayed on your coffee table” Fangirl Nation
"the most impressive film book to cross my desk this year. " - Cinema Retro
"Very cool" - Vespe's Holiday Gift Guide
“Paging through them here is a treat” - The Film Stage
“This book is awesome and it’s filled with a ton of absolutely incredible artwork that should appeal to any fan of film, even if you’ve never seen a Ray Harryhausen film” - Cinema Sentries
"a true delight...a fascinating glimpse at some of Hollywood’s most classic sci-fi films. Fans of film history, sci-fi, and art and design will all find much to appreciate in this hefty volume." -Seattle Book Review (5-Star review)