Trailers from Hell: The Creature From The Black Lagoon

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Schöner neuer Beitrag von Trailers from Hell über einen meiner Lieblings-Horrorfilme mit Howard Rodman:

Last of the great Universal monsters, sporting a brilliant man-in-suit design that can’t be beat and has resisted years of attempted remakes and redesigns. The most iconic of the now-classic Jack Arnold/William Alland sci-fi pix and probably the most famous of sci-fi fan Richard Carlson’s numerous genre starring turns. Ditto for co-stars Richard Denning and the still-stunning Julia Adams. One of the greatest 3-D movies of the ’50s. Even Marilyn Monroe was moved by the Gill Man’s doomed beauty-and-the-beast plight.

Howard Rodman on “The Creature From The Black Lagoon”

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  1. Fluffy Bunny

    Mein aller-, aller-, allerliebstes Universales Monster!
    Toller Film! Einer der wenigen 50er Streifen, die mich Heute noch der Kostüme und Effekte her absolut von Hocker hauen.

    Die Szene in der der “Kiemenmensch” unter der Frau hertaucht, sie begleitet, sie dann beinahe berührt und sich schlußendlich wieder zurückzieht ist so toll gemacht! Wahnsinn!

  2. Niniel

    jep. der film kam auch letztens mal auf arte in 3D. war trotz des alters echt nicht schlecht

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