Celia: "So, uh, are we going anywhere special tonight?"
Mike: "l...I just got us into a little place called, um, Harryhausen's."
"...in 2004, that it was seeing King Kong in 1933 that led him to a life in the movies. "I couldn't figure out how it was done," he said of the stop-animation in that film, and he set out to learn."
Entertainment Weekly notes that Harryhausen "started making his own stop-motion films in his family's garage while connecting with a burgeoning science-fiction fan community in L.A., including life-long friend Ray Bradbury, who would become one of the pre-eminent sci-fi authors of the 20th century.
« Older What Is Going on With the Accents in Game of Thron... | Meet the thousands of people r... Newer »
This thread has been archived and is closed to new comments
Buy a Shirt