Almost forgot to put a Harryhausen movie in here, and since I've never shown this trailer before, here it is! It's a good trailer, but the movie doesn't quite live up to the premise. To be fair, that is a daunting task and the movie is good enough to forgive the trailer's hyperbole.
It's been quite a while since I've seen this, or his other Columbia b/w movies, since they were crayonized back in the mid-00s. We all know my stance on that useless bit of movie meddling. I'd like to see them again now though, as they are a lot of fun.