|The Creature runs amok at the Ocean Harbor Oceanarium.|
There's not much to the plot of this sequel, which, like its predecessor, was filmed in 3D. It's primarily an excuse for a couple of nifty scenes. The first occurs when the Gill Man breaks free from his chains and climbs out of a giant tank, lumbering through the crowd as he heads to the beach. The second highlight occurs near the climax when the Creature makes an impromptu appearance at a seaside dinner club, grabs Helen, and dives off a pier.
|Let no Gill Man come between John Agar and Lori Nelson.|
|Lori with blonde hair.|
As for the Gill Man, he appeared in one last Universal picture in 1956: The Creature Walks Among Us.