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Fantastic Voyage

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Format
DVD
Number of Discs
1
Release Date
06/05/2007
Studio
20th Century Fox
Length
101
Rating
UNR

An important scientist is attacked by assassins and almost killed. When traditional medical methods are exhausted, a crew of scientists is shrunk to microscopic size and injected into the scientist's body to destroy a blood clot and save his life. An exciting adventure with colorful special effects. AKA Microscopia and Strange Journey. Director Richard Fleischer Star Stephen Boyd, Raquel Welch, Edmond O'Brien, Donald Pleasence, Arthur Kennedy, Arthur O'Connell, William Redfield, Jean Del Val, Barry Coe Special Features: Widescreen - 2.35 Audio: Dolby Digital Mono - English, French, Spanish Subtitles - English, Spanish - Optional Additional Release Material: Audio Commentaries - Jeff Bond - Film & Music Historian Behind the Scenes - Original Props (video, stills) Comparisons - Whirlpool Scene: Storyboard-to-Scene Documentaries - "Lava Lamps & Celluloid: A Tribute to the Visual Effects of FANTASTIC VOYAGE" Isolated Score Track - w/Optional Commentary Trailers - 1. Theatrical Trailer 2. TV Spots (2) Interactive Features: Additional Interactive Features - Interactive Pressbook Text/Photo Galleries: Behind the Scenes - Deleted Scene: Script-to-Storyboard Galleries - 1. Storyboards: Pre-Miniaturization Sequence 2. Posters 3. Lobby Cards Stills/Photos Runtime: 101 minutes Year of Release: 1966.

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Director: Richard Fleischer
Producer: Billy Pollina
Producer: Saul David
Actor: Arthur O'Connell
Actor: Donald Pleasence
Actor: Edmond O'Brien
Actor: Stephen Boyd
Actor: William Redfield
Actor: Raquel Welch
Actor: Arthur Kennedy
Actor: Barry Coe
Actor: Brendan Fitzgerald
Actor: James Brolin
Actor: Jean del Val
Actor: Ken Scott
Actor: Shelby Grant

Main Format
DVD
Language(s)
ENG
Keyword Index
Fantastic Voyage | Arthur O'Connell