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Flights of Fancy: The Great Fantasy Films

by Kenneth Von Gunden

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0899503977, Hardcover)

In-depth analyses are presented of 15 superior films, each one representing a subgenre of fantasy cinema-Beauty and the Beast, Conan the Barbarian, The Dark Crystal, Dragonslayer, 5,000 Fingers of Dr. T, It's a Wonderful Life, Jason and the Argonauts, King Kong, Lost Horizon, Popeye, Superman, The Thief of Baghdad, Time Bandits, Topper, and The Wizard of Oz. A chapter is devoted to each film, providing a plot summary and detailed information about cast and crew, special effects (stop-motion animation, miniatures, hanging miniatures, optical effects, tricks of perspective, blue screens, matte paintings, glass shots, reverse projection, slow motion, rear and front projection, etc.), and strengths and weaknesses, as well as explorations of the film's relationship to written fantasy, other films, and cultural myths

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2 editions of this book were published by McFarland.

Editions: 0786412143, 0899503977

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