Dragon’s Domain Records has announced the world premiere release of two early scores composed by Academy Award winner Elmer Bernstein (The Magnificent SevenTo Kill a Mockingbird, Far from Heaven, GhostbustersAirplane, Animal House, Stripes) as part of The Golden Age of Science Fiction – Vol. 3. The album features the composer’s music from the 1953 sci-fi horror movie Robot Monster directed by Phil Tucker and starring George Nader, Claudia Barrett & George Barrows and the 1953 sci-fi feature Cat-Women of the Moon directed by Arthur Hilton and starring Sonny Tufts, Victor Jory & Marie Windsor. Also included is the original score from David MacDonald’s 1954 sci-fi film Devil Girl from Mars starring Patricia Laffan, Hugh McDermott, Hazel Court & Peter Reynolds composed by Edwin Astley (The Saint, Danger Man). Visit the label’s official website to order the limited edition CD and for more information about the soundtrack. A digital version is expected to come out in the coming weeks.

The label has also announced The Morton Stevens Collection – Vol. 2 featuring Morton Stevens‘ scores from the 1979 television movie The Flame Is Love starring Linda Purl & Timothy Dalton, a suite from the composer’s score for Jerry Lewis’ 1983 comedy Cracking Up, his opening theme for the 1978 TV movie She Waits and a three-movement concert work based on his score for the 1981 Italian horror movie Great White (L’ultimo Squalo). Click here for the full album details and to order the limited edition CD.