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Devil Monster (1946)

 -  Adventure | Horror  -  1946 (USA)
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This is an edited version of a ten-year-old film, _Sea Fiend, The (1936)_.



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Cast overview:
Barry Norton ...
Robert Jackson (archive footage)
Blanche Mehaffey ...
Louise (archive footage) (as Blanche Mehaffy)
Jack Barty ...
Capt. Jackson (archive footage) (as J. Barton)
Terry Grey ...
Tiny (archive footage)
Jack Del Rio ...
Jose Francisco (archive footage)
Mary Carr ...
Mother of Jose (archive footage)
William Lemuels ...
Native Chief (archive footage) (as Bill Lemuels)
Maya Owalee ...
Maya (archive footage)
Donato Cabrera ...
Malo (archive footage)


A schooner disappears at sea without a trace. Years later, evidence of possible survivors prompts the mother of the schooner's mate Jose to hire a tuna boat to investigate. They discover the lad living happily on a South Seas island, and, when he refuses to leave with them, they abduct him. However, Jose gets revenge by leading the ship into the lair of a mysterious giant manta ray. Written by Jeremy Lunt <>

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A vivid tale of savage adventure!


Adventure | Horror


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1946 (USA)  »

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Devil Monster  »

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When the octopus and the moray eel battle, you can see the octopus' tentacles stuck to the aquarium glass in several shots. And in one shot you can see the reflection of lights in the glass from outside the aquarium. Yet the battle is supposed to be under the sea. See more »


Edited from The Sea Fiend (1936) See more »

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There should be an award
12 February 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

If there were an award for the most amount of stock footage in a film, this would have to win. The producers probably shot only about 10-15 minutes of extra scenes and spliced them into an hour of stock footage from several different films. Over the stock footage there is a narrator trying to connect the whole mess together. The so called native people shift from white to Asian to black randomly from scene to scene. The special effects (???) are awful and the pop tart, I mean devil monster, only appears long enough to eat some guys arm. The scene where the guy is fighting the monster is clearly superimposed as you can see the water in one part showing right through the other part making the guy in the water look transparent.

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