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An anthropological expedition in the Amazon stumbles upon the Gill-Man, a prehistoric humanoid fish monster who takes a fancy to fetching Adams, a coed majoring in "science," but the humans will have none of it. Originally filmed in 3-D, this was one of the first movies to sport top-of-the-line underwater photography and remains one of the most enjoyable monster movies ever made. Sequels: "Revenge of the Creature" and "The Creature Walks Among Us."

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Available on Running time 79 minutes.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Classic Horror, Killer Sea Critters, Universal Studios' Classic Horror, 3-D Flicks, Adapted from a Story
Screenplay
Arthur Ross, Harry Essex
Cast
Richard Carlson, Julie Adams, Richard Denning, Antonio Moreno, Whit Bissell, Nestor Paiva, Ricou Browning, Ben Chapman, Bernie Gozier
Cinematography
William E. Snyder, Charles S. Welbourne
Director
Jack Arnold
Music
Hans J. Salter, Henry Mancini
Producer
William Alland, Mark Huffam

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Creature from the Black Lagoon
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Stacey

Creature from the Black Lagoon released in 3-D in 1954 with a run time of 79 minutes. Creature from the Black Lagoon is about a group of people on an expedition in search for fossils. They travel along the Amazon River where they discover a Gill-Man in the Black Lagoon. The Gill-Man escapes after the explorers try to capture the creature. He soon comes back and kidnaps Kay (Julie Adams). Gill-Man has fallen in love with her. Will she be able to get free from the Gill-Man?