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Revenge of the Creature (1955) was a Horror - Science Fiction Film directed by Jack Arnold and produced by William Alland.

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Revenge of the Creature...or the Gill Man Visits Ocean Harbor Oceanarium

By Rick29 on Jun 15, 2016 From Classic Film & TV Cafe

The Creature runs amok at the Ocean Harbor Oceanarium. When the Gill Man was last glimpsed at the end of Creature from the Black Lagoon (1954), his limp bullet-riddled body was drifting in the water. It turns out that he somehow survived--only to be captured again and sent to a Florida aquarium whe... Read full article


Revenge of the Creature...or the Gill Man Visits Ocean Harbor Oceanarium

By Rick29 on Jun 15, 2016 From Classic Film & TV Cafe

The Creature runs amok at the Ocean Harbor Oceanarium. When the Gill Man was last glimpsed at the end of Creature from the Black Lagoon (1954), his limp bullet-riddled body was drifting in the water. It turns out that he somehow survived--only to be captured again and sent to a Florida aquarium whe... Read full article


Revenge of the Creature (1955, Jack Arnold)

By Andrew Wickliffe on May 11, 2016 From The Stop Button

Revenge of the Creature has three parts. The first part involves Nestor Paiva (the only cast member from the original to return) and John Bromfield as the guy who’s going to capture the Creature, the second part involves Bromfield, John Agar and Lori Nelson all studying the Creature in captivi... Read full article


Classic Films in Focus: REVENGE OF THE CREATURE (1955)

By Jennifer Garlen on Nov 18, 2015 From Virtual Virago

The Gill Man returns for a second shot at interspecies romance in Revenge of the Creature (1955), a direct sequel to the 1954 Universal horror, Creature from the Black Lagoon. Jack Arnold also comes back to the fish man out of water story as the director, but this time the action moves from the Amaz... Read full article


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Look for a young, uncredited Clint Eastwood in his first screen appearance as the goofy white coated lab assistant who does the silly mouse gag in the lab scene with the monkey.
This film is the only sequel to a 3-D film to be shot in 3-D as well.
Director Jack Arnold liked to use the sides of the movie screen as the arches in a proscenium-style theater with unexpected intrusions coming in from the sidelines. This technique can be seen here when 'John Agar (I)' goes out into the darkened area around the motel to look for Lori Nelson's missing dog. A hand suddenly reaches out from the right side of the screen to touch him, giving him (and the audience) a start, but it's not the dreaded Gill Man. It's simply Lori Nelson.
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