Barracuda

From The Grindhouse Cinema Database

Barracuda (1978, USA) is a Eco-Terror film directed by Harry Kerwin & Wayne Crawford.

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Main Details

  • Released in 1978 | Color
  • Running Time: 98 Min.
  • Production Co: American General Pictures | Marketing Film | Republic Pictures (II)
  • Distribution Co: Republic Pictures (II) (1979) (USA) (theatrical)
  • Directed by Harry Kerwin & Wayne Crawford
  • Written by Wayne Crawford & Harry Kerwin
  • Starring Wayne Crawford, Jason Evers, Roberta Leighton, Cliff Emmich
  • Produced by Wayne Crawford, Harry Kerwin
  • Original Music by Klaus Schulze
  • Cinematography by Edmund Gibson
  • Film Editing by Jane McCulley

Also Known As

  • Barracuda (France / Sweden) | Barracuda - syvyyksien paholainen (Finland) | Barracuda, i laimitomos tou vythou (Greece) | Barracuda: The Sea Horror (Australia - video box title) | The Lucifer Project

Tagline

  • You can almost hear the screams! As the water below becomes a churning deathbed of flashing tearing teeth!

Synopsis

Barracuda is a 1978 American film about a small Florida coastal town that is menaced by chemically induced and highly aggressive barracuda fish. It was directed by Harry Kerwin, with the underwater sequences handled by Wayne Crawford. The film was shot on location in Pompano Beach, Florida and Fort Lauderdale.

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