Beach Girls and the Monster

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Released 1965

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Director:
Jon Hall
Released:
1965
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The Beach Girls and The Monster is a 1965 beach-style horror film from American Academy Productions. In the black-and-white film, young scientist Richard Lindsay (Arnold Lessing) is giving up his lab coat and heading to the Santa Monica beachfront to have fun with his friends and his girlfriend, Jane (Elaine DuPont), while pursuing his new passion, surfing. It suffices to say that his father, famous oceanographer Dr. Otto Lindsay (Jon Hall) is less than pleased about his son's career switch. That soon, however, becomes the least of his problems, when a seaweed monster starts slaughtering beachgoers! Dr. Lindsay is almost certain that the monster is a mutated carnivorous South American "fantigua fish" that has grown larger and developed the necessary organs to exist out of the ocean. But will he be able to stop the monster and save his son and the other innocent Santa Monica beach-goers? The Beach Girls and The Monster is a seventy-minute horror film, featuring a theme song, "Dance Baby Dance," by Frank Sinatra, Jr.moreless

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Horror

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Classics, Cult, Teen Terror, Creatures & Monsters, B-Movie Horror