Reptilicus

1961 Danish film by Sidney W. Pink, Poul Bang

Reptilicus is a 1961 film about copper miners who discover part of the frozen tail of a prehistoric monster in Lapland, and scientists inadvertently bring it back to life.

Directed by Poul Bang/Sidney W. Pink. Written by Ib Melchior.
A prehistoric beast born 50 million years out of time!  (taglines)

OtherEdit

  • Lise Martens: If Reptilicus is hit, you'll never find all the pieces underwater. He'll regenerate, Mark!
  • Gen. Mark Grayson: A good thing there's no more like him!

DialogueEdit

Karen: "Is he handsome, father?"
Prof. Martens: No. He’s got three eyes and a false mustache! Hurry now, I don’t want him to wait.
Karen: But how will I know him?
Prof. Martens: Since when must I tell you how to find a man?

Gen. Mark Grayson: Come In.
Capt. Einer Brandt: Is there anything I can do for you?
Gen. Mark Grayson: Yeah, get me transferred out of this damn place!

Officer Olsen: What’s all this about, Peterson? What Happened.
Peterson: The electricity went out. All over!
Officer Olsen: All over.
Peterson: Yah! Even the electric eel!
Officer Olsen: Then what?
Peterson: Then it was so dark I couldn’t see my own face in front of me!
Officer Olsen: I wish I could be that lucky! Mr. Peterson and what happened then.
Peterson: It was only The big hole left the monster on the loose.

TaglinesEdit

  • Invincible...Indestructible! What was this awesome BEAST born 50 million years out of time?
  • SEE: MISSLES AND ATOM BOMBS POWERLESS!
  • SEE; CIVILIZATION RIOTING WITH FEAR!
  • SEE; A MIGHTY CITY TRAMPLED TO DESTRUCTION!
  • A prehistoric beast born 50 million years out of time!
  • See a mighty city trampled to destruction! See missiles and atom bombs powerless! See civilisation rioting with fear!

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