Creature from the Haunted Sea (June, 1961)
Released on June, 1961: (running time 1 hour and 15 minutes) Gangsters and escaped Cuban leaders hunt for a box of gold in the Caribbean while a funky sea monster kills them one by one as Secret Agent XK150 looks on.
Produced by Roger Corman
Directed by Roger Corman
Written by Charles B. Griffith
The Actors: Anthony Carbone (Renzo Capetto), Betsy Jones-Moreland (Mary-Belle Monahan), Robert Towne (Sparks Moran, narrator, Agent XK150), Beach Dickerson (Pete Peterson Jr.), Robert Bean (Happy Jack Monahan), Esther Sandoval (Porcina Perez), Sonia Noemi Gonzalez (Mango Perez), Edmundo Rivera Alvarez (General Tostada's interpreter), Terry Nevin (Cuban), Elisio Lopez (Cuban), Tanner Hunt (Cuban), Blanquita Romero (Carmelita Rodruguez), Armando Rowra (Cuban), Jaclyn Hellman (Agent XK-120), Kay Jennings (spy at the bar), Richard Sinatra (man at pay phone)
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Robbery, Double-Cross, and the Sea Monster in the Caribbean
“It was getting dark . . . I could tell because the sun was going down!” . . . just one of the lines delivered with all seriousness that cracked me up as I watched this goofy spoof of horror and spy flicks, with a Humphrey Bogart gangster tossed in for good measure.
I laughed so hard that tears came to my eyes as the story lines and sight gags kept coming faster and faster, right up to the final sound of the whacky sea monster belching on a full tummy of victims as ‘The End’ appeared across his torso. Roger Corman is well known for the low-budget thrillers he produced during the first years of his amazing career, but the comedy lines and sight gags in this one showed me a whole new side of comic genius.
The story begins in Cuba as Fidel Castro has taken over the country and the deposed leaders are fleeing to America. Actor Antony Carbone is Renzo Capetto, a casino operator in Cuba who has been hired by a Cuban General to take him, his men and a box full of gold out of the country. Along for the ride is an American secret agent XK-150, played by Robert Towne, who narrates the tale and communicates with his secret radio made from hot dogs and pickles.
The gangster, with his Bogart outfit straight out of Key Largo, has a pretty girlfriend who even sings a song at one point in the movie, and cracks wise to everyone around with her off-the-wall remarks. Gangster Capetto decides to kill the Cubans one by one and take the box of gold for himself, so he has his henchmen pretend to be a sea monster as they kill the Cubans.
But alas, there is a real sea monster hovering near them who starts killing also. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn and drizzle lots of warm melted butter over it and be sure to read the Spanish to English subtitles when they are offered because some of the best humor is contained in those translated words.
Antony Carbone and Betsy Jones-Moreland kiss just before the sea monster grabs her
Antony Carbone, Beach Dickerson, Betsy Jones-Moreland
Antony Carbone, Beach Dickerson
Antony Carbone and Betsy Jones-Moreland
Antony Carbone, Robert Bean
Antony Carbone kisses Betsy Jones-Moreland
Betsy Jones-Moreland, Antony Carbone
Betsy Jones-Moreland, Robert Bean
Blanquita Romero, Robert Bean
Edmundo Rivera Alvarez
Edmundo Rivera Alvarez
Robert Bean, Betsy Jones-Moreland
Robert Bean, Esther Sandoval, Sonia Noemi Gonzalez
Robert Bean, Esther Sandoval
Robert Towne as agent XK150
Robert Towne, Betsy Jones-Moreland
Sonia Noemi Gonzalez
Sonia Noemi Gonzalez, Robert Bean