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1. The Gale and Mountain Shack / Battling the Yeti / Main Title
2. Dr. Collier's Announcement
3. Unveiling the Yeti
4. Matt and Dr. Collier
5. They Talk / the Expedition
6. Rondo Agrees to the Expedition
7. Meeting Cathleen / Kiku
8. Pushing on / Yeti Tracks
9. Awakened By a Yeti / Kiku
10. The Tower / Earthquake
11. The Cave / a New Land
12. Rafting Down the River
13. The Hominid Village
14. Matt Hears Villagers Screaming
15. The Hominid Confrontation
16. The Wrecked Village / Onwards
17. Entering the Caves
18. Huge Spaceship Discovery
19. The Spaceship / Inside the Spaceship
20. The Abduction
21. In the Cages
22. Taken to "The Arena"
23. The Lizard Arena Show
24. The Yeti Is Released
25. Escaping the Cages / the Yeti Helps the Escape Part 1
26. The Yeti Helps the Escape Part 2 / Matt Has a Plan
27. Dr. Collier Dies ; Finale
28. End Titles

More Info:

The Primevals belongs to a different time, a different place, an imagined world of monsters, myth and magic that has only ever existed within the confines of classic fantasy cinema. Even if it's chief architect, David Allen, had lived and the film had been released in the 1990s, it would have still been out of synch with the zeitgeist. Fifty years ago, filmmaker David Allen registered the story for the film that would become The Primevals. His goal was to elevate the art of stop-motion animation into more serious, thoughtful storytelling. In the mid-1960s, the film had started as an homage to Edgar Rice Burroughs, reminiscent of the fantasy films by Ray Harryhausen that had impressed David as a child. He sadly died in 1999 and the task of completing the film fell to his visual effects colleague Chris Endicott. Award winning and Emmy nominated composer Richard Band is primarily known as a composer for Horror and Genre films. He was recently awarded the MOSMA Film Music Festival's "LIFE ACHIEVEMENT AWARD" and the subsequent two nights of concerts in Malaga, Spain included an encore in which The Primevals main title for full orchestra had it's live premiere. The music represents a glorious hark back to the classic scores that fuelled so many of the Harryhausen films of the 1950s and 1960s. A delirious thrill-ride through the joys of monsters, ray-guns, spaceships and good old-fashioned stop motion animation. Ice Blue / Lilac Coloured Vinyl.