The dumping of radioactive waste in the ocean disturbs a prehistoric monster than can project electric shocks and radioactive beams. After terrorizing the English coast, it is discovered that if the creature is destroyed with conventional weaponry it would spread a dangerous amount radioactive contamination over the entire country, with this fact preventing the military from attacking the monster as it nears London.
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When Karnes puts up the X-ray of the irradiated fish, the photo lab technician is behind him, over his left shoulder. When the angle changes to show Karnes looking directly at the X-ray, the lab technician is in front of him, holding up the X-ray. When the scene cuts back to the original angle, the lab tech is behind Karnes again and then moves in front of him to get a closer look at the X-ray. It appears that the scenes are out of order. See more
Dr. Sampson, the Paleontologist
Oh, it's heading for the Thames. They always made for the freshwater rivers to die. That's where their skeletons have been found - some irrestible instinct to die in the shallows that gave them birth. You know, all my life I hoped this would happen. Ever since childhood I expected it. I knew these creatures were alive somewhere, but I had no proof, scientific proof, and I had to keep it to myself, or my colleagues would have all laughed at me. See, no form of life ceases abruptly, and all those...
The writing credits for this film are locked by the WGA. However, the opening credits should read: Story: Robert Abel and Allan Adler (both uncredited) Screen Play: Eugène Lourié (as Eugene Lourie) Order #1,1,1 See more