Jason And The Argonauts Criterion #160 (1963) [CC1303L]
is on back order
Other condition notes:
Copy from a California, smoke free, super collector's home. Discs always stored inside a temperature controlled home inside a plastic sleeve. Sleeve removed to take photographs.
Side 1 is CLV
Sides 2, 3 and 4 are CAV
- Audio commentary by Ray Harryhausen and film historian Bruce Eder
- Animation tests from The Elementals, an unfinished Harryhausen film
- Theatrical trailers for Jason and the Argonauts and four other Harryhausen films
- Storyboards, sketches, lobby cards, casting notes and memos on deleted scenes
- Inside peeks at creating the special effects for the famous "Skeleton" and "Hydra" sequences.
- Exclusive close-up photos of Harryhausen models
- The inside of the jacket contains a map with locations marked with scenes from the film chronicalling the journey of the Argonaughts.
- Liner notes on back of jacket are from Bruce Eder.
About the transfer:
This exclusive new digital film to tape transfer was made from the best elements of the two existing archival inter positives. Ray Harryhausen was consulted during the transfer on how each scene should appear. For this edition Criterion has presented Jason in it's original 1.33:1 full frame aspect ratio.
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