I know we had threads about this on the old forum, but I believe the link to the archive is no longer available. Admittedly, I purchased this DVD when it first came out in early 2005. I watched it once, and not again until recently. I've always preferred the Walter Reade version, and continue to watch that version. Anyway, I had some questions (which I know were brought up by others before), as to why Sony/Tri-Star released this film under the "Americanized" title rather than the International title "Ebirah-Horror of the Deep". I'm sure much of it has to do with marketability. But additionally I was wondering:
1.Who crerated the title card & opening credits for the Sony 2005 DVD?
2. Does an "Ebirah: Horror of the deep" Title Card and/or English opening credits print exist elsewhere?
Any asisstance is appreciated. Thank you.
There has never been a "Scientifically Accurate" Dinosaur portrayed on any Television Show, Movie, or Documentary. Only what the human imagination can conceive, and I'm ok with that.