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. Written by
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Lots of Beatles connections in this movie. Jessie Robbins, who played Aunt Jessie in Magical Mystery Tour, is in a scene drinking tea while the radio reports are airing. Norm Rossington, who played Norm in A Hard Day's Night, is one of the men killed in the car when the Beast tosses it into the Thames. Last, in the scenes showing a deserted London, one of the streets is the block of flats the Beatles live in at the start of Help. See more
When the monster walks through the first city street, one shot shows people running away between several cars and a bus, with a matte shot of the monster walking behind the bus. But in the matte the monster's legs are not seen through the bus's windows. See more
I feel Admiral, what we're facing is a marine animal of tremendous size and strength.
Do you mean to believe that a whale could've smashed through steel plates so high above the water line?
I didn't say a whale.
Professor James Bickford
That's as good a name as any for now.
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