The Giant Behemoth 1959 — aka — Behemoth the Sea Monster — A Sci-fi / Horror Movie Trailer



The Giant Behemoth 1959 — aka — Behemoth the Sea Monster — A Sci-fi / Horror Movie Trailer

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The Biggest Thing Since Time Began!
The Biggest Thing Since Creation!
SEE the Beast that shakes the Earth! LIVE in a world gone mad! WATCH the chaos of a smashed civilization! FLEE from the mightiest fright on the screen! NOTHING so Big as Behemoth!

Marine atomic tests cause changes in the ocean’s ecosystem resulting in dangerous blobs of radiation and the resurrection of a dormant dinosaur that threatens London. —Gabe Taverney (duke1029@aol.com)

A prehistoric monster is brought back to life by a radioactive atomic blast. The creature grows in size and proceeds to incinerate the horrified population.

Synopsis: Spoilers?
We see a series of nuclear blasts followed by footage of men in radiation suits measuring the damage. The camera pans back to show a lecturer Steven Karnes (Gene Evans) explaining the images.

The lights come up to show a group of scientists watching the lecture. We are told that since the invention of atomic bombs, over 150 have been tested. He explains his concern for the amount of radioactive material being buried at sea. There is also a concern for how the radiation is being transferred up the food chain. He then warns that his concern is centered on what might eventually emerge from the sea as a result of the contamination.

We cut to a small fishing boat coming onto a beach in Cornwall, England. A young girl, Jean Treventhan (Leigh Madison), and her father Tom (Henri Vidon) begin to sort their catch. He sends her to the house with a particular fish he wants to be cooked.

As she leaves he continues to clean the catch when he sees something strange in the water. His face becomes puzzled then bathed in bright light. He screams in pain as the screen whites out, leaving us wondering what has happened and what is his eventual fate.

At the fisherman’s home, his daughter becomes concerned that he’s not home and heads to the local pub to find him. At the pub, she meets John (John Turner) he tells her he’s not been seen all day. John offers to go with her to search for the beach. John stumbles across the badly burned man. He tells them it was from the sea, burning like fire, the behemoth, and promptly dies.

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Plot: Spoilers?
Scientist Steve Karnes delivers a speech to a British scientific society, led by Professor James Bickford, about the dangers to marine life posed by nuclear testing. Before Karnes can return to the United States, a real-life example of his concern materializes when a fisherman in Looe, Cornwall is killed on the beach, and his dying word is “behemoth”. Later, thousands of dead fish have washed ashore.

Karnes and Bickford travel to Cornwall to investigate the fisherman’s death and, although his injuries seem to include radiation burns, they find no evidence of radiation on the beach. Then, Karnes goes to inspect a passenger ship found wrecked and badly damaged, with the loss of all on board. Back in London, the two scientists discovered that samples of the dead fish contain large amounts of radioactive contamination. Karnes begins to suspect that the “behemoth” that the fisherman described seeing is some kind of large marine mammal that has mutated as a result of being contaminated by nuclear testing.

The next attack is on a farm near the coast of Essex. A photo of the area reveals a huge footprint and paleontologist Dr. Sampson identifies the creature as a Paleosaurus, an aquatic dinosaur that emits an electric pulse, like an electric eel. Karnes believes that the dinosaur is saturated by radiation, which is transmitted by the electric pulse, resulting in the burns seen on the fisherman and other victims. The radiation is also slowly killing the dinosaur. According to Dr. Samson, the dying creature will leave the ocean depths to head upstream, seeking out the shallow waters where it was born, but death by radiation may not come soon enough to prevent the creature from wreaking havoc on London along the way.

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  • September 16, 2020 at 9:23 pm
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    The Biggest Thing Since Time Began!

    The Biggest Thing Since Creation!

    SEE the Beast that shakes the Earth! LIVE in a world gone mad! WATCH the chaos of a smashed civilization! FLEE from the mightiest fright on the screen! NOTHING so Big as Behemoth!

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