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Name: REDMAN CDS
Number: REDMANINTISC28

No. Tracks: 38
THE LOST WORLD / FIVE WEEKS IN A BALLOON (CD)
Composed by: Bert Shefter, Paul Sawtell

MINT - SEALED

World premiere 2-CD set of soundtrack music from twin Irwin Allen fantasty films. Travel with professor and company back to lost worlds full of dinosaurs, then soar by balloon over Africa in Jules Verne tale. Paul Sawtell, Bert Shefter serve as musical tour guides. Both scores presented in stereo from original elements, including colorful main titles, zesty balloon title song (Brothers Four), alternates. Minor deterioration is sometimes evident but audio remains dynamic, highly listenable throughout. Colorful sequences of action, danger, suspense abound! Limited edition of 1200 copies!

Disc 1

THE LOST WORLD
Composed and Conducted by Paul Sawtell & Bert Shefter

1. Main Title; London Airport; The Press 2:26
2. The Institute 1:00
3. Journey by Air; Costa Cracks Up 4:59
4. The Wreckage; Prehistoric Vegetables 1:29
5. Monstrous Footprints 2:33
6. Native Girl 2:30
7. The Diary; A Strange Night 7:54
8. Jungle Mystery; I’ve Found Gomez 3:21
9. Burton White; Prehistoric Survival - Part 1; Back to Camp 4:09
10. Dog’s Life 0:27
11. Hostile Natives; The Tentacles 3:58
12. Graveyard of the Damned; Lava Pit 5:00
13. Cannibals Burn; A Lake of Lava; Villainy 3:41
14. The Egg - Finale 2:02

Score Time = 46:11

Bonus Tracks
15. Native Drums and Chants (Reel 8 Part 5) 1:03
16. Native Drums (Reel 8 Part 6) 3:27
17. Strumming Guitar 0:21
18. Carmela (Mexican Tradtional) Vocal: Fernando Lamas 1:30

Bonus Track Time = 6:31
Total Disc Time = 52:50

Disc 2

FIVE WEEKS IN A BALLOON
Composed and Conducted by Paul Sawtell

1. Main Title; "Five Weeks in a Balloon"; Tag 2:31
2. Advanced Publicity 1:54
3. The Rescue of Makia; A Rough Start 6:56
4. Five Weeks in a Balloon - Vocal: Fabian 1:03
5. Jungle Landing; Lovely Makia 5:06
6. Cute Chimp 0:21
7. Jungle Drums; The Storm 4:09
8. Arrival at Hezak 2:35
9. Bacchanale; Spear Dance 3:20
10. The Escape From Hezak; Signal Drums; The Message 3:06
11. Ballooneers Montage 1:12
12. The Hunted Hunter; Loose Anchor 5:26
13. The Sand Storm 3:40
14. Timbuktu Dungeon 1:34
15. The Auction 2:53
16. Doom in the Offing 3:46
17. Expeditions Meet 3:59
18. Finale [Original Version - Loud Orchestra End] 1:02

Score Time = 55:27

Bonus Tracks
19. Finale [Alternate Version - Soft Orchestra End] 1:01
20. Finale [Film Version - Vocal Reprise] 1:06

Bonus Track Time = 2:09
Total Disc Time = 57:46

THE LOST WORLD - Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's story of an expedition to a remote plateau rumored to be the home of prehistoric beasts, already the basis of a 1925 sci-fi classic, is again brought to the screen in Irwin Allen's lesser version. Claude Rains stars as Professor Challenger, who leads a team of fellow scientists and adventurers deep into the Amazon jungle. The team must battle unforgiving jungle conditions before arriving at the isolated plateau that is their final destination. There they discover a strange group of prehistoric beasts and unexpectedly find themselves in a fight for survival. While the 1925 Harry Hoyt version is still considered noteworthy for its ground-breaking stop-motion effects, Allen relies on enlarged footage of modern-day animals dressed up as their prehistoric counterparts, a technique that has aged less gracefully. 1960

FIVE WEEKS IN A BALLOON - With "Five Weeks in a Balloon," 20th Century-Fox hoped to cash on the success of the studio's earlier Jules Verne adaptation "Journey to the Centre of the Earth" (1959). The plot is set in motion when 19th-century explorer Fergusson (Sir Cedric Hardwicke) volunteers to head a balloon expedition to claim an otherwise unreachable chunk of African territory for the British Empire. Along for the ride are reporter Donald O'Shay (Red Buttons), absent-minded professor Sir Henry Vining (Richard Haydn), Vining's assistant Jacques (Fabian) and schoolmarm Susan Gale (Barbara Eden). Along the way, the little party acquires another passenger when they rescue native girl Makia (Barbara Luna) from a slave trader. Their many near-death experiences include a run-in with evil potentate Sheik Ageiba (Henry Daniell). Other reliable characters on hand include Peter Lorre, Herbert Marshall, Reginald Owen, Mike Mazurki, and, in a dual role, sneezemaster Billy Gilbert. Since no one could be expected to take this sort of fare seriously, "Five Weeks in a Balloon" is played tongue-in-cheek, peppered with such overripe dialogue as "You, sir, are a cad!" and "Kismet! We are doomed!" 1962

  
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