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Wednesday, May 31, 2006

Mysterious Island (1929) - excerpt

raymondo1960 tells us "This film was the 'Waterworld' of its day, running into endless production delays and skyrocketing budgets. They tried to save it by inserting some hastily filmed dialog scenes, but it still flopped at the box office. This is an excerpt where the marooned submarine crew decides to explore the depths and meet the frog people who inhabit the strange underwater world. Cool stuff! Pretty neat special effects for its time. It looks like something straght out of a 1920s Amazing Stories illustration."

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Extras: Mysterious Island (1929) IMDb entry, and here's the movie title screen at Shill pages.


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