Cavorite Sphere from “First Men In The Moon” (1964)

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The Cavorite Sphere from “First Men in the Moon,” the 1964 film adaptation of H. G. Wells’ original 1901 novel detailing the first “moonshot.”

From Wikipedia:

First Men in the Moon, also known as H.G. Wells’ First Men in the Moon, is a 1964 science fiction film directed by Nathan Juran. It is an adaptation by the noted science-fiction scriptwriter Nigel Kneale of the H. G. Wells novel The First Men in the Moon.

Ray Harryhausen provided stop-motion effects, animated Selenites, giant caterpillar-like “Moon Cows”, and a big-brained Prime Lunar.

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