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Clash of the Titans

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starring
Harry Hamlin Judi Bowker
Burgess Meredith as The Mortals
Laurence Olivier
Claire Bloom
Maggie Smith
Ursula Andress as The Immortals
Perseus, son of the god Zeus, sets out to win the love of the beautiful Andromeda. In order to do so he must first overcome the terrifying obstacles set in his path by the other gods on Mount
Olympus. He is set upon by witches, a monstrous two-headed dog, the Medusa of the Gorgon's head and finally the horrifying Kraken - a giant sea monster.
This action-packed fantasy adventure features an all-star cast and the ingenious special effects of Ray Harryhausen.
The Mythologicals Bubo, Charon, Dioskilos,
Kraken, Medusa, Pegasus, Scorpions and Vulture
THEMSELVES
Screenplay by BEVERLEY CROSS
Produced by CHARLES H. SCHNEER and RAY HARRYHAUSEN
Directed by DESMOND DAVIS
(First showing on British televison)
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Contributors

Unknown: Harry Hamlin
Unknown: Judi Bowker
Unknown: Burgess Meredith
Unknown: Laurence Olivier
Unknown: Claire Bloom
Unknown: Maggie Smith
Unknown: Ursula Andress
Play By: Beverley Cross
Produced By: Charles H. Schneer
Produced By: Ray Harryhausen
Directed By: Desmond Davis
The Immortals Zeus: Laurence Olivier
The Immortals Hera: Claire Bloom
The Immortals Thetis: Maggie Smith
The Immortals Aphrodite: Ursula Andress
The Immortals Poseidon: Jack Gwillim
Athena: Susan Fleetwood
Hephaestus: Pat Roach
The Mortals Perseus: Harry Hamlin
Andromeda: Judi Bowker
Ammon: Burgess Meredith
Cassiopeia: Sian Phillips
Stygian witches: Flora Robson
Stygian witches: Freda Jackson
Stygian witches: Anna Manahan
Thallo: Tim Pigottsmith
Calibos: Neil McCarthy
Acrisius: Donald Houston
Danae: Vida Taylor
Huntsman: Harry Jones

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