Jason and the Argonauts

Jason and the Argonauts

Director: Don Chaffey Cast: Todd Armstrong, Nancy Kovack, Gary Raymond
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Jason and the Argonauts 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 13 reviews.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
Larry D. Bohall, author of Martyr's Cry (ISBN: 1591295327): When I was a kid, our town showed this movie in the city park. I was about 6 or 7, and I was absolutely enthralled (and scared out of my wits by the Children of the Hydra!). I still love this film. Today's technology has improved, but some of these scenes (including the harpies and the Children of the Hydra) stand up to this day. I recommend it highly!
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PKTeach More than 1 year ago
My 7th and 8th grade literature classes loved the movie! While they thought the special effects were campy, they loved the action and could make the connections between what they had learned about Greek myths and the ancient world with this movie without me having to make the connections for them. They kept wanting to see the skeletons fight.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
This wonderful fantasy has it all: Derring-do, romance and a good feel for the subject matter. On top of the well-known skeleton and harpy scenes, it has something no other Greek myth movie I know of has ever shown: in the original stories Hercules (or Heracles, if you're Greek) is a whining, self-centered baby who just happens to be super strong. Lo and behold, in this movie that's just the way he's portrayed. Loved it!
jameswormold More than 1 year ago
If you enjoy Greek mythology and good film making, you'll certainly enjoy "Jason and the Argonauts." It is indeed possible to reproduce the ancient world without digital special effects! A strong cast, excellent photography and, of course, Ray Harryhousen's wonderful special effects make this a DVD you'll watch more than once.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I can remember seeing this movie in the drive in as a child and being absolutely PETRIFIED of the skeletons popping up and sword fighting-the special effects in this movie are marvelous considering the year it was made. I ADORE neptune coming up from the sea to hold the clashing rocks and the bronze man coming down from his pedestal to avenge the plundering of his treasure trove. AND I LOVED the actor who played Jason . I always thought he was so handsome, but I have never seen him in anything else. It starts kind of slow at first, but is worth the wait.
Ceibhfhionn More than 1 year ago
An oldie but goodie. Sure, it's kinda campy but they just don't make 'em like they used to. It's much better than the made for TV mini-series that came out a few years ago.
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