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NEW VOICES IN CLASSICAL RECEPTION STUDIES Conference Proceedings
The films of Ray Harryhausen generate a powerful evocation of place as captured in his mise-en-scène. The films create a world that feels very immediate and real to the viewer, yet remains strangely other-they have one foot in reality and the other in fantasy. That effect arises, in part, from Harryhausen's ability to manipulate his landscapes to best effect. This article explores the connection that the original Clash of the Titans and its 2010 remake create between monsters and the landscapesfatcat:biqbikyyijfuvlvcfctdea3ifi