Followed by:
REVENGE OF THE CREATURE in 3-D
The only 3-D film sequel ever made, REVENGE OF THE CREATURE was also the only 3-D feature released in 1955, by which time the Golden Age of 3-D was drawing to a close. The Creature, now commonly referred to as the Gill-man, has survived the hail of bullets he took in the first film and is in captivity in the Ocean Harbor Oceanarium (actually Marineland of Florida) being studied by Prof. Clete Ferguson (John Agar) and student Helen Dobson (Lori Nelson). The Gill-man takes an interest in Helen and a dislike to the professor, who he correctly intuits is a rival for Helen's affections. Even after escaping the facility into the Atlantic Ocean, the Gill-man's passion for the beautiful young woman compels him to stalk her to an oceanside restaurant and abduct her. Look for a young Clint Eastwood, in his screen debut, as a comically absent-minded lab assistant. DIR Jack Arnold; SCR Martin Berkeley; PROD William Alland. U.S., 1955, b&w, 82 min. NOT RATED

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Double CREATURE Feature in 3-D

Double Feature: CREATURE FROM THE BLACK LAGOON in 3-D with REVENGE OF THE CREATURE in 3-D

70th Anniversary
CREATURE FROM THE BLACK LAGOON in 3-D
Jack Arnold's iconic 3-D creature feature marks a late entry in Universal's classic monster lineup, featuring the fearsome "Gill-Man," an amphibious humanoid discovered in a remote tributary of the Amazon River by a team of international scientists (played by Antonio Moreno and Richard Carlson). The team lands this spectacular discovery on their boat, only to see Gill Man overpower his puny captors and kidnap Carlson's fiancée (played by Julie Adams)! DIR Jack Arnold; SCR Harry Essex, Arthur A. Ross; PROD William Alland. US, 1954, b&w, 79 min. NOT RATED

Followed by:
REVENGE OF THE CREATURE in 3-D
The only 3-D film sequel ever made, REVENGE OF THE CREATURE was also the only 3-D feature released in 1955, by which time the Golden Age of 3-D was drawing to a close. The Creature, now commonly referred to as the Gill-man, has survived the hail of bullets he took in the first film and is in captivity in the Ocean Harbor Oceanarium (actually Marineland of Florida) being studied by Prof. Clete Ferguson (John Agar) and student Helen Dobson (Lori Nelson). The Gill-man takes an interest in Helen and a dislike to the professor, who he correctly intuits is a rival for Helen's affections. Even after escaping the facility into the Atlantic Ocean, the Gill-man's passion for the beautiful young woman compels him to stalk her to an oceanside restaurant and abduct her. Look for a young Clint Eastwood, in his screen debut, as a comically absent-minded lab assistant. DIR Jack Arnold; SCR Martin Berkeley; PROD William Alland. U.S., 1955, b&w, 82 min. NOT RATED

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161 Minutes
Sci-fi horror

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