After witnessing his mate and child's death from Nolan's hands, Orca, the killer whale, goes on a rampage in the fishermen's harbor. Under the villagers' pressure, Nolan, Rachel and an Indian sail after the great beast, who will bring them on his own turf. Written by
Terror just beneath the surface
Did You Know?
In the mid-1970s, executive producer Dino De Laurentiis
considered a sequel to King Kong
(1976) that may have had him go head-to-head with his own other animal monster movie of Orca
(1977). The sequel, King Kong Lives
(1986), did not eventuate until the mid-1980s though. See more
The sounds played and recorded through the hydrophone are recordings of humpback whale calls, not orca calls. See more
[while listening to Orca's sounds through a hydrophone
What is he saying?
You're me, he says... I'm you, he says... you're my... drunk driver... he says...
Referenced in Vulgar
My Love, We Are One
Performed by Carol Connors
Music by Ennio Morricone
Lyrics by Carol Connors See more