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Creature Feature: 50 Years of the Gill-Man (2004)

First surfacing in 1954, the Gill-Man from CREATURE FROM THE BLACK LAGOON has been one of the most influential screen monsters. This documentary fondly recalls the history of the 3-D horror... See full summary »

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First surfacing in 1954, the Gill-Man from CREATURE FROM THE BLACK LAGOON has been one of the most influential screen monsters. This documentary fondly recalls the history of the 3-D horror film - which spawned several sequels and countless imitators - and the behind-the-scenes story of its making as told by cast and crew. Written by rottentomatoes

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13 January 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Sam Borowski's love of the Creature is evident in the joy that bursts forth from the screen when you sit down to enjoy Creature Feature: 50 Years of the Gill-Man. From movie stills to Creature Cons, he's got it all and shares it with the viewer like a giant box of Raisinettes in the last row of the balcony. Sweet, funny and with a lot of laughs. I loved it. I also saw a whole crowd of people on that screen that I know! Hey! Where was I? I must have been at Chiller or something that weekend. Comments from famous Creature fans like Benicio Del Toro (who knew?) to the 'national treasures' like Bob Burns and some handsome young actors including Dan Roebuck. Wow! Everyone got in on this act. A must see for any fan of the Gill-Man.


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