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Ray Harryhausen is back in the saddle

Creating devilish skeletons and terrifying gorgons must have taken a toll on the esteemed special effects maestro, because he's been eerily quiet since working on "Clash of the Titans." But Ray Harryhausen is back with a 12-minute short film called "The Tortoise and the Hare," and the the folks at the Seattle International Film Festival make it sound like it's worth the wait. Of course, the wait isn't over for most of us until the film finds its way to home video.--Pete Mesling
Posted by Mac on June 1, 2003 7:22 PM
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