MONSTER FROM THE OCEAN FLOOR:
Reports that a Mexican fishing village is terrorized by a creature that lives in the cove draw the attention of a scientist (Stuart Wade) with a one-man submarine and a beautiful tourist (Anne Kimbell), who descends into the dark waters to investigate. Hollywood's legendary maverick Roger Corman made his monster-movie debut as producer of this ultra-low-budget, eerie fright flick.
65 mins, B&W, 1.33:1 / 4x3, 1954, Not Rated
On the trail of a million-dollar gold treasure, an Eastern gal (Mary Munday) hires a California dockside bum (Sonny Tufts) to accompany her to the Caribbean where one of her ancestors reportedly buried the booty. Soon the jungles are echoing with the sound of voodoo drums, the locals are licking their native chops and there are snakes on a plain! Packed with flubs, stock footage--and Sonny Tufts. If laughter were food, this would be a full-course meal for Worst Films connoisseurs! (Filmed in 16mm Kodachrome on a $18,000 budget!)
63 mins, Color, 1.33:1 / 4x3, 1954, Not Rated