I'm with Acumowchek on that one... a real pioneer !! I didn't realize he was still living...
As a kid, I saw the "7th Voyage of Sinbad" a gazillion times... I was mesmerized - ground breaking like Star Wars ! The first time I saw it, My mom had to come to the movie theater and drag me out at 8 PM !! I went in a 1PM ! ! ... saw it 4-5 times before Mom laid down the law. he , he , he Back then, you could stay as long as you liked.
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Hey, it's all good. You made a funny. Harryhausen was one of the first nerds. The fact that he created his monsters, and meticulously moved them by hand, one frame at a time, by himself, is still astonishing to me. He had a vision, and never gave up on that vision.
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