Product DetailsAn atomic size octopus from the deepest realms of the Pacific threatens the world. Seeking adequate levels of food supply, not excluding humans, the creature attacks San Francisco. The real star of this movie is the dazzling special effects of Ray Harryhausen. The quality of the stop-motion animation exceeds the constraints of the B&W photography and the modest budget.
Store CommentsSpecial Features Audio Commentary by Ray Harryhausen, Arnold Kunert, Randy Cook and John Bruno Featurette: Ray Harryhausen on It Came From Beneath The Sea Video Photo Galleries Featurette: Tim Burton Sits Down with Ray Harryhausen A Video Discussion of It Came From Beneath The Sea’s 1955 marketing and advertising campaign by producer Arnold Kunert Featurette: David Schecter on Film Music’s Unsung Hero Featurette: A Present Day Look at Stop-Motion Sneak Peek of Digital Comic Book It Came from Beneath the Sea…Again!
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