This film starts out like the Love Boat on acid, as a cast of varied characters, with various issues, take Captain Eric Porter's leaky cargo ship to escape their troubles. When a violent storm strikes, the ship is swept into the Sargasso Sea and our heroes find themselves trapped on an island of man-eating seaweed, populated by giant monster crabs and some Spanish conquistadors who think the Inquisition is still on. Features songs and music by '60s "cool group", the Peddlers.
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See blood beasts battling over female flesh!, torture pits for forbidden lovers!, sacrifice to giant jaw-snapping mollusks!, escape from floating death ship!, helpless beauties attacked by crazed kelp-monsters!, fiery destruction of the lost continent!
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Did You Know?
When Unity and Harry are in the bar after getting back in the ship, she
makes Harry a drink. When he sips it and realizes it contains
alcohol, the glass is nearly full. When he throws the glass
towards the bar in a rage, the glass is completely empty. See more
What kind of a circus is this, anyway?
The Grand Inquistor
You are in the court of El Supremo. The Chosen One.
Nick, chief engineer
He means the lad sitting on the throne.
He's the one who pays the piper!
Most of the extra 9 minutes that was cut from the US version is not 'adult material' but exposition. Obviously, Warner wanted a release than ran less than 90m as well as the G rating. For example, an entire scene was removed in which the mutinous crew tell the first officer that there are explosives on board the ship (as the first officer later tells the captain that the crew know about the explosives the scene was doubtless considered superfluous). However, there was some mild sex and gore cut (a close shot of the dead radio operator for example). See more