Irving Block


Together with partners Jack Rabin and Louis DeWitt, Blog was known throughout the 1950s for providing special effects for low budget producers. The team would also put together their own projects with Block doing much of the writing.
Date of birth . 2 December 1910. Date of death . 3 May 1986 Los Angeles, California, USA.


- The Atomic Submarine (1959) (FX designer and matte painter)atomicsub4
- “Men Into Space” (1959) TV Series (special effects)
- The 30 Foot Bride of Candy Rock (1959) (special photographic effects)
- Behemoth, the Sea Monster (1959) (special effects)
- War of the Satellites (1958) (special effects)
- Macabre (1958) (special effects)
- The Saga of the Viking Women and Their Voyage to the Waters of the Great Sea Serpent (1957) (special effects creator)
- The Pied Piper of Hamelin (1957) (TV) (special effects)
- The Invisible Boy (1957) (special effects)
- Kronos (1957) (special effects)
- World Without End (1956) (special effects)
- Forbidden Planet (1956) (Production Designer uncredited)
- Captive Women (1952) (special effects)
- Invaders from Mars (1953) (matte artist) (optical effects)
- Rocketship X-M (1950) (matte painter) (as I. A. Block)

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- Flight to Mars (1951) (special effects) (uncredited)
- Unknown World (1951) (special effects) (as I. A. Block)
- Alice in Wonderland (1949) (special effects)