Jaws 3-D

1983 American horror film directed by Joe Alves

Jaws 3-D is a 1983 horror film about a great white shark that attacks a water amusement park in Florida.

Directed by Joe Alves. Screenplay by Carl Gottlieb, Michael Kane, Richard Matheson, Guerdon Trueblood.
Reaching new depths of terror. Taglines

Calvin BouchardEdit

  • You mean we talking about some damn shark's mutha?
  • No grenades.
  • My pride and joy!
  • We are having dinner here!
  • Listen, nephew!
  • It's what we like to call marine segregation.

TedEdit

  • [trying to start the boat] Damn boat. I flooded... Damn boat!

Charlene TuttEdit

  • He don't sleep in, he don't live in! You tell Shelby Overman for me he can take a flying leap in a rolling doughnut on a gravel driveway!

DialogueEdit

Philip FitzRoyce: Oh, I'm pretty sure we can get her to go back in.
Mike Brody: Oh, how are you going to do that?
Philip FitzRoyce: Live bait.

Mike Brody: I don't believe it. She got him in the water.
Kathryn Morgan: Never underestimate the power.

CastEdit

TaglinesEdit

  • Reaching new depths of terror.
  • The third dimension is terror.
  • A deadly new attraction.

External linksEdit

  Encyclopedic article on Jaws 3-D at Wikipedia


 
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