Ray Harryhausen

Ray Harryhausen

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Happy St. George’s Day!

Happy St. George’s Day!

We don’t have St. George but we defiantly have a dragon! Happy St. George’s Day!   An early concept of the dragon from ‘7th Voyage of Sinbad’ by Ray Harryhausen.

George but we defiantly have a dragon! An early concept of the dragon from Voyage of Sinbad’ by Ray Harryhausen.

Cinematographer Ted Moore with Ray Harryhausen in front of a miniature set during the filming of ‘The Golden Voyage of Sinbad’.

Cinematographer, Ted Moore with Ray Harryhausen in front of a miniature set during the filming of ‘The Golden Voyage of Sinbad’.

Ray during the filming of the Medusa sequence on 'Clash of the Titans'

Ray Harryhausen animating Medusa from Clash of the Titans © Ray and Diana Harryhausen Foundation

Ray & Diana Harryhausen, London

Ray & Diana Harryhausen, London

Artist, designer, and sculptor, Wah Chang was not only a source of inspiration for Ray, but was also a friend.   He created maquettes for Disney Studios that were used as reference for the animators. Three of these are currently in the Foundation’s collection. All three are from Pinocchio and were given to Ray by Chang.

Artist, designer, and sculptor, Wah Chang was not only a source of inspiration for Ray, but was also a friend. He created maquettes for Disney Studios that were used as reference for the animators. Three of these are currently in the Foundation’s collection. All three are from Pinocchio and were given to Ray by Chang.

Diana Harryhausen

The Ray & Diana Harryhausen Foundation is a charitable Trust set up by Ray on the April It is the primary aim of the Foundation to protect

One of the last images taken of Ray, 2012.

Ray Harryhausen passed at the age of 83 years old with a legacy of movies and creatures he created that will continue to excite and spark the minds of the young and young at heart for years to come

Ray Harryhausen and Raquel Welch during the making of ‘One Million Years B.C’.

Rachel working with Ray Harryhausen during the filming of One Million Years, B.

A prototype model of the Ymir from ’20 Million Miles to Earth’. By Ray Harryhausen, made of plaster

Prototype bust of the Ymir from Million Miles to Earth sculpted by Ray Harryhausen. It's fascinating to note that the cyclops motif stuck with the many prototypes of this character before the final design was decided upon.

Demystifying Disney: A History of Disney Feature Animation by Chris Pallant

Demystifying Disney: A History of Disney Feature Animation by Chris Pallant Bloomsbury Academic Edition: Reprint, Paperback, 184 pages

Colin Arthur: Criaturas, Maquillajes y Efectos Especiales [Spanish] by Víctor Matellano García, foreword by Ray Harryhausen

Colin Arthur: Criaturas, Maquillajes y Efectos Especiales [Spanish] by Víctor Matellano García, foreword by Ray Harryhausen