Clash of the Titans: the official illustrated adaptation of the 1981 film

“And to make certain that Argos is destroyed, let loose the last of the Titans! Release the Kraken!” Zeus. Clash of the Titans by Beverley Cross.Ā 

TVTA takes a glance at the 1981 Look-In Film Special for the official illustrated adaptation of the film Clash of the Titans, adapted from the Beverley Cross script by Mary Carey with art by Dan Spiegle.

ITV Books, 1981, Great Britain.


 

 



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18 thoughts on “Clash of the Titans: the official illustrated adaptation of the 1981 film

    • Thanks Resa. You’re right, that really was a fab cast of stars back then for that movie. I always looked forward to seeing it on TV along with the Sinbad and Jason films, especially to see the special effects of Ray Harryhausen šŸ™‚

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  1. Hi TVTA, is it my imagination or does the Kraken monster look a little like George Peppard as he clambers out of a lake dressed as a “lagoon monster” in the A-Team? (You see the clip in the title credits as he opens a flap on the costume to light up his cigar)

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    • Great memory FT! Peppard’s costume in the opening credits to the A-Team looks a lot like the Kraken’s! Also do you remember in season 3 or 4 credits they had Face (actor Dirk Benedict – once in Battlestar Galactica) hanging around some films studios when he sees an extra dressed as a Cylon walking past? His expression is like: ‘Hey, don’t I know you from somewhere… mm, nah.’
      What a cool 80s easter egg!

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