A portion of the tail of a prehistoric reptile is discovered in Denmark. It regenerates into the entire reptile, which proceeds to destroy buildings and property and generally make a nuisance of itself. It can fly, swim, and walk, and has impenetrable scales, which makes it difficult to kill.
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Spænding og sjov - charme og chok
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The paperback novelization, by Dean Owen, was peppered with gratuitous sexual content. Director/screenwriter Sid Pink was so enraged that he sued the publisher, Monarch Books. See more
The movie starts off in the frozen mountains of Lapland, above the Arctic Circle. However, there is no snow, and the miners appear to be in a tropical jungle. See more
Gen. Mark Grayson
[Referring to Reptilicus
A good thing there's no more like him!
A few scenes in which Reptilicus flew were deleted from the film before it reached the United States due to the fact they looked so akward. See more
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20 February 1961 (Denmark)
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Aspect Ratio: 1.66 : 1
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