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Re: The Animal World (1956)



Thank you for this information!

I never actually saw this movie, but I had a ViewMaster disc (!?!? Blast
from the Proterozoic there...) that featured the dinosaur sequences.

Rob Taylor wrote:
> Possibly of interest to some on this List, I noted today that Irwin
> Allen's
> 1956 documentary The Animal World, featuring a classic stop motion
> dinosaur
> segment produced by Ray Harryhausen and Willis O'Brien, is now available
> in
> its entirety on DVD through Warner Bros. Studio (WBshop.com). Although the
> dinosaur segment has previously been on DVD (the 2003 release of  The
> Black
> Scorpion), to my knowledge, this is the first time the entire film has
> been
> made available in this format.
>
> A bit too young myself to have ever seen the original film; I look forward
> to acquiring a copy and seeing the dino segment within its proper context!
>
> Regards,
>
> Rob Taylor
> rjtaylor68@comcast.net
>
>
>
>
>


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