Clash of the Titans - (Original Trailer)
A Greek hero fights a series of monsters, including the dreaded Gorgon, in Clash of the Titans (1981), with special effects by Ray Harryhausen.
Clash Of The Titans (1981) - Opening, Bear Witness Zeus!
Opening and ceremonial, from the Ray Harryhausen showcase, starring Harry Hamlin, Burgess Meredith, Laurence Olivier and Ursula Andress, with Donald Houston as aggrieved king Acrisius, Vida Taylor his daughter, appealing to the big guy (whom we will learn is Olivier), in MGMs Clash Of The Titans 1981.
Clash Of The Titans (1981) - Cerberus
Perseus (Harry Hamlin) on his quest with helmeted helpers comes across what appears to be a two-headed version of the three-headed Greek myth dog the Cerberus, in Clash Of The Titans, 1981, effects by Ray Harryhausen.
Clash Of The Titans (1981) - Last Of The Winged Horses
Faced with the challenge of having to track a giant vulture, Perseus (Harry Hamlin) and his mystical poet pal Ammon (Burgess Meredith) sneak up and capture that last flying horse Pegasus (the others were killed by a rival of Zeus), so a big technical sequence for special effects giant Ray Harryhausen, in Clash Of The Titans 1981.
Ben Mankiewicz Intro -- Clash Of The Titans (1981)
Ben Mankiewicz introduces Clash Of The Titans, 1981.
Tiffany Vazquez Intro -- Clash Of The Titans (1981)
TCM's Saturday afternoon host Tiffany Vazquez introduces Clash Of The Titans, 1981.
Clash Of The Titans (1981) - Gift From The Gods
Perseus (Harry Hamlin) has been working out with his sword when he and Ammon (Burgess Meredith) are alerted to fine weapons and an initially muffled Zeus (Laurence Olivier), with a message, in Clash Of The Titans, 1981.
Clash Of The Titans (1981) - Let Loose The Kraken!
Exposition and a quick roll call on Olympus, Laurence Olivier as Zeus angered by actions on earth, consulting Claire Bloom, Maggie Smith, Susan Fleetwood and Ursula Andress (Hera, Thetis, Athena and Aphrodite) then instructing Poseidon (Jack Gwillim) to undertake revenge, early in Clash Of The Titans 1981.