A baby alligator is flushed down a Chicago toilet and survives by eating discarded laboratory rats injected with growth hormones. The small reptile grows gigantic, escapes the city sewers, and goes on a rampage.
Michael V. Gazzo
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The shot of the Alligator opening it's left eye after hearing the hunters in the sewer, and the overhead shot as it enters the water to attack Vincent Brown, is footage from the original Alligator (1980) movie. See more »
I had heard several stories that there was another Alligator to the first Alligator and at first I thought it was a sequel to the first. Boy was I so very wrong. I will admit the first one scared me to death but the second one I was laughing in the floor. At times you could see right through the model that it wasnt real. The one scene that gave it away was the scene where the Alligator went to the carnival and turned it out. While he was busy chomping away you know in Alligator Ramone got just plain down and dirty with his victims, with this Alligator you could just hear the noises that was not even corresponding in sequence with the chomping noises that was supposedly coming from this gator. As for the cajun hunter well he almost stole the show especially when the evil villian got eaten by the big bad gator he made a reference like, Damn I didnt even get my money I thought I was going to come to tears laughing at all the drama from this sequence of the first one. And to think its rumored that this goes all the way to Alligator 9-oh boy this just puts the first to shame.-Well anyway nice try but I will stick to Alligator thank you. Long live Sayle.
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