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An atomic submarine cruising the Pacific discovers a gargantuan octopus concealed in the ocean depths. By the time they figure out that the monster is the nasty by-product of a hydrogen bomb experiment gone awry, the creature is already well on its way to destroying San Francisco. The sea creature is yet another fantastic example of masterful stop-motion animation from the technique's master, Ray Harryhausen.
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CastEddie Fisher
DirectorRobert Gordon
Release Date:  1955
MPAA Rating:  Unrated
DVD Release Date:  Sony Pictures Home Entertainment (May 06, 2003)
Runtime:  1hr 20min
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review by . August 18, 2002
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Pros: n/a     Cons: n/a     The Bottom Line: n/a        I lovingly dedicate this to fellow writer Gungian because it deals with the first nuclear powered submarine to chase after sci-fi creatures. Surely this is what they spend their hard-earned study hours for.      This is a ridiculously silly 50¬ís sci-fi feature with the poorly designed creatures and the dramatic love story thrown in for good measure. Early …
It Came From Beneath the Sea
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