Dennis Miller Intro - The Giant Behemoth (1959)
Guest host Dennis Miller introduces The Giant Behemoth, 1959.
Giant Behemoth, The - (Original Trailer)
The Giant Behemoth (1959), a dinosaur that shoots radiation, invades LoLondon.
Giant Behemoth, The (1959) -- (Movie Clip) Ferry Approach, SE18
Entirely real setting, after weird nuclear events all along the southern coast of England and assurances that the Thames estuary is at no risk, shooting at the Woolwich Ferry in East London, just past Greenwich, the monster, in miniature, looking like a legit aquatic dinosaur, finally appears, supervised by Willis OBrien but under-financed, with no dialogue and none of the principal actors, in The Giant Behemoth, 1959.
Giant Behemoth, The (1959) -- (Movie Clip) The Best Fisherman In All Cornwall
Writer-director Eugene Lourie banks on folksy Cornish charm, with Henry Vidon and Leigh Madison as fisherman Tom and daughter Jean, unrelated, as far as we know, to worried nuclear scientists back in London, parting on the coast before something odd transpires, turning to townsman John (John Turner), early in The Giant Behemoth, 1959.
Giant Behemoth, The (1959) -- (Movie Clip) From Fish To Bigger Fish
Nice alacrity, opening with the nukes and a lecture from Gene Evans in academic mode, as California marine biologist Steve Karnes at a conferenc in London, with brief interruptions, by Leonard Sachs then Andre Morrell as Brit professor Bickford, in The Giant Behemoth, 1959.