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Journey to the Centre of the Earth [DVD] 
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Kenneth More stars in this spectacular 1977 adaptation of the classic novel by the master of Science Fiction Jules Verne. After finding a mysterious map, Professor Otto Lindenbrock (Kenneth More) leads an expedition deep below the Earth s surface to discover its long-hidden secrets. Joined by his niece Glauben (Ivonne Sentis), her fiancé Axel and a local guide, they explore vast caverns, uncover uncharted underground oceans and discover they are not alone. The land beneath the earth is filled with bizarre creatures and ravenous dinosaurs but there are also other humans there, including the mysterious scientist Olsen who seems to possess technology far in advance of Victorian Europe... Also known as Where Time Began , and filmed in stunning locations including the breathtaking Caves of Valporquero and the volcanic wastes of Lanzarote, this science fiction adventure classic has now been digitally restored and remastered and is available for the first time on UK DVD.
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There are some interesting additional science fiction type elements with the new character, the mysterious Olsen. He seems to be a borrowing from Bulwer Lytton or H. P. Lovecraft which are intriguing, but I wanted more of them. It was almost a kind of 'Jules Verne meets (1970s) Doctor Who'. The special effects let it down, though. I don't expect CGI in a 1970s film, but the 'dinosaurs' (?) are like muppets. They are like the John Pertwee Dinosaur invasion monsters; glove puppets.Read more ›
based some what on Jules Verne's story.
Kenneth Moore is excellent in the title role and for a 1970's
film it might not be CGI but the colour sets were very good.