Creature from the Black Lagoon (1954)

Creature From The Black Lagoon (Universal Series)

A scientific expedition searching for fossils along the Amazon River discover a prehistoric Gill-Man in the legendary Black Lagoon. The explorers capture the mysterious creature, but it breaks free. The Gill-Man returns to kidnap the lovely Kay, fiancée of one of the expedition, with whom it has fallen in love.

 
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The cast for Creature from the Black Lagoon

Richard Carlson

David Reed

Richard Carlson

Julie Adams

Kay Lawrence

Julie Adams

Richard Denning

Mark Williams

Richard Denning

Antonio Moreno

Carl Maia

Antonio Moreno

Nestor Paiva

Captain Lucas

Nestor Paiva

Whit Bissell

Dr. Edwin Thompson

Whit Bissell

Bernie Gozier

Zako

Bernie Gozier

Henry A. Escalante

Chico

Henry A. Escalante

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Cast

David Reed
Richard Carlson
Kay Lawrence
Julie Adams
Mark Williams
Richard Denning
Carl Maia
Antonio Moreno
Captain Lucas
Nestor Paiva
Dr. Edwin Thompson
Whit Bissell
Zako
Bernie Gozier
Chico
Henry A. Escalante
Dr. Matos
Sydney Mason
Tomas
Perry Lopez
Louis - Expedition Foreman
Rodd Redwing
The Gill Man (in water)
Ricou Browning
The Gill Man (on land)
Ben Chapman

Directing

Jack Arnold

Writing

Harry Essex Arthur A. Ross Maurice Zimm

Production

William Alland

Sound

Henry Mancini Hans J. Salter Herman Stein Leslie I. Carey Joe Lapis

Camera

William E. Snyder

Editing

Ted J. Kent

Art

Hilyard M. Brown Bernard Herzbrun Russell A. Gausman Ray Jeffers

Costume & Make-Up

Joan St. Oegger Bud Westmore