Mysterious Island Music

The Wonderful Worlds of Ray Harryhausen, Volume Two: 1961-1964

MYSTERIOUS ISLAND (Cy Endfield, 1961) JASON AND THE ARGONAUTS (Don Chaffey, 1963) FIRST MEN IN THE MOON (Nathan Juran, 1964) 4K restorations of Jason and the Argonauts and First Men in the Moon from the original camera negatives 2K restoration of Mysterious Island from.

Mysterious Island

Re-release with new extras from Twilight Time.

Christmas Rudolfinum

John Williams - Schindler's list: Rembrances / Jewish Town / Main Theme Nino Rota - The Godfather The Circus Humberto Bernard Herrmann - Mysterious island Alan Silvestri - Polar Express John Williams - Home alone.

Herrmann in Britain

  Introduction New York born Bernard Herrmann had a long relationship with Britain, especially London, which he made his second home in 1961 and primary residence in 1964 after he seperated from his second wife Lucy Anderson.

Mysterious Island at the Egyptian Theatre

To celebrate Twilight Time’s Blu Ray of Mysterious Island is show at the Egyptian Theatre in LA on 13th November:

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The Classic Film Scores of Bernard Herrmann

When Bernard Herrmann died in the early hours of Christmas Eve 1975, he left behind a body of work that would go on to transcend the medium for which it was originally written.

Fimucite No 5

The closing gala concert of the fifth edition of Fimucite will pay tribute to two of the most important composers in the history of film music: Bernard Herrmann and the recently deceased, John Barry.

Mysterious Island

Exclusively available from Screenarchives.

Halloween Fright Night

Hans Salter & Paul Dessau: House of Frankenstein, Suite Frank Skinner: Abott and Costello meet Frankenstein, Main Title Max Steiner: King Kong, Suite Bernard Herrmann: Mysterious Island, Suite Bernard Herrmann: On Dangerous Ground, Death Hunt Irving Gertz: Deadly Mantis Joseph LoDuca.

Mysterious Island

The Making of Mysterious Island.

Goldsmith in Sevilla

Since 1986 The International Film Music Encounters have allowed us to listen and watch in Seville in front of several symphonic groups some of the greatest names in the history of film music.