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Creature from the Black Lagoon (The Legacy Collection) (Sous-titres français)

John Agar , Lori Nelson , Jack Arnold , John Sherwood    NR (Not Rated)   DVD
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For the first time ever, the original Creature from the Black Lagoon film comes to DVD in this extraordinary Legacy Collection. Included in the collection is the original classic, starring Richard Carlson, and two timeless sequels, featuring such legendary actors as John Agar and Jeff Morrow. These are the landmark films that inspired an entire genre of movies and continue to be major influences on motion pictures to this day.

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4.0 out of 5 stars Most Excellent Aug. 21 2012
By M.W.X.
Format:DVD|Verified Purchase
This was the first time I purchased one of the Legacy collection Universal Horror series. I really like the packaging on these, and the fact that you get all four films in the Creature from The Black Lagoon series. I only knocked this down a star because the first 2 films were originally shown in 3D, I'd like to see a 3D version released on DVD. I look forward to getting the rest of the Legacy collection.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Is anybody awake at Universal? May 3 2004
By A Customer
Format:VHS Tape
Universal has released fancy new box sets of Dracula, Wolf Man, and Frankenstein with all the sequels. These excellent boxes are fairly priced and a genuine treat. But what gives with the Creature? Doesn't Univesal understand how much we love these three movies. Creature from the Black Lagoon was out on the last round of DVD releases of these classic horror films from Universal, but is now out of print. Alas, the two sequels, Revenge of the Creature and The Creature Walks Among Us, have never seen DVD, even though you can still find them from various sources on VHS. Better get one of those while they're still out there because Universal seems disinclined from giving them to us any time soon on DVD. Same for The Mummy and its sequels. Aw c'mon Universal. Give 'em up. It's time.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Worth the Money Jan. 16 2014
Format:DVD|Verified Purchase
I had this collection on my radar for a while. I hummed and hawed for a while but ultimately decided that I just wasn't going to find these movies separately anywhere. I already own The Mummy and The Invisible Man collections and found them to be of very high quality. All of these collections are well worth the money you pay for them simply because they are cleaned up, nicely packaged and, in some cases, impossible to find elsewhere. Also, as in the case of Creature, these collections also offer other neat extras like stills and trailers.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Revenge Of The Shoddy Sequel June 2 2009
Dopey followup to Jack Arnold's 1954 3-D classic proves that post-Spielberg/Lucas Hollywood didn't invent the slap-dash sequel. The Gillman is back, captured in the Amazon and installed in a Florida marine park to be degraded as a case study by square-jawed oceanographer John "Mr. Shirley Temple" Agar and his torpedo-bra'd assistant Lori Nelson. who frets over the usual "wimmin's" issues as she aspires to get ahead in a man's world (which means that when required, she drops the jargon in favour of screaming while wearing a white bikini and falling into the nearest body of water). Agar is slightly less convincing here than he was in "The Brain From Planet Arous", where at least his wooden acting could be explained by the fact that his character was an alien brain in human form. Well, ol' Gil eventually escapes from his chlorine prison and goes on a rampage, making off with the first peroxided blonde he sees, which just happens to be Nelson. So Agar leads a team of trigger-happy lawmen to track the creature down and fill him with lead, all for the crime of having been snatched from his natural lair and forced into being a tourist attraction alongside "Flippy" the dolphin. A painless 82 minutes, made watchable by the presence of Bud Westmore's titular beastie, which endures as one of the all-time great monster designs, yet to be outdone by any CG creation. And don't blink or you'll miss Clint Eastwood's (uncredited) bit part as Agar's lab assistant!
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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful
I was expecting quite a bit from the Legacy Collections of DRACULA, FRANKENSTEIN, and THE WOLF MAN. But even so, all my expectations were thrown out the window, and then some. They are extraordinary DVDs, and any lover of classic horror would be ashamed not to have picked them up already. (By the way, the best way to do so is to get the box set, complete with three super-cool statuettes of all three monsters. Trust me, it's worth the extra $.) I was hoping (no, praying) that Universal would continue to deliver similar releases from their classic film vault. And now my, and all other monster fans' prayers have been answered. Come October (just in time for Halloween, obviously), three more L.C.s will appear on store shelves, featuring all five MUMMY films, the INVISIBLE MAN series, and, by far my favorite of all, the CREATURE FROM THE BLACK LAGOON collection. These have always been my absolute favorite monster movies of old, and to see not only the first one, but both its classic sequels previously unreleased on DVD, get similar treatment is quite exciting. Honestly, if Wave 2 of the L.C.s is half as good as Wave 1, I'll be far more than satisfied. (Oh, and I hope to God that a box set with collectible busts of the Mummy, the Invisible Man, and the Creature will also be available. Woudln't that be heaven . . . . . . . .)
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