The Phantom from 10,000 Leagues (January 4, 1956)
Released January 4, 1956: (running time 1 hour and 20 minutes) An atomic sea monster roams the ocean off the California coast.
Produced by Dan Milner and Jack Milner
Directed by Dan Milner
Written by Lou Rusoff from a story by Dorys Lukather
The Actors: Kent Taylor (Dr. Ted Stevens), Cathy Downs (Cathy Downs), Michael Whalen (Professor King), Helene Stanton (Wanda), Phillip Pine (George Thomas, King's assistant), Rodney Bell (William S. 'Bill' Grant), Vivi Janiss (Ethel Hall, Dr. King's secretary), Michael Garth (the Sheriff), Pierce Lyden (Andy the janitor)
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The Atomic Sea-Monster and the Blonde Secret Agent
It is 1956, World War 2 is over, America is booming, and there are fantastic outdoor movie theaters called 'Drive-ins' that have an insatiable appetite for movies. Drive-ins are one of the favorite date destinations for teens and young adults of post-war America. The horror of the Atomic Bomb that helped to end World War 2 is fresh on the minds of everyone alive during those days, and the unknown power of the atom becomes a favorite subject for monster movies.
As our adventure opens, we watch a man fishing in a small boat in the ocean near a deserted California beach. Below him in the depths of the ocean a horrible sea monster swims ever closer to the small boat. Suddenly the fisherman is pulled to a horrible death by the claws of the monster.
The body of the fisherman washes ashore near his boat, and two men discover it. One of the men is a secretive government agent, and the other is a famous marine biologist who studies the effects of atomic radiation on sea creatures. A third man is hidden in the tall brush nearby watching intently.
The dead man’s body and his small fishing boat have atomic radiation burns that interest the government agent and the marine scientist. Nearby is the office and laboratory of Professor King, who works secretively in a locked laboratory that even his secretary cannot enter. Meanwhile, below the waves of the nearby ocean, an atomic sea monster swims back and forth, waiting for its next victim. Nature has many secrets that man must never disturb. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.
Cathy Downs and Kent Taylor
Kent Taylor and Cathy Downs
Norma Hanson as the Sea Monster
Rodney Bell and Kent Taylor