Presented by James M. Tate / 2/26/2017 / No comments / action , creature , fifties , roddy mcdowall , shark , thriller , victor mature , war
RODDY MCDOWALL WITH LAURETTE LUEZ IN KILLER SHARK
|KILLER SHARK spends more time indoors than out Year: 1950|
|McDowall in Killer Shark|
|Laurette Luez with Roddy McDowall & Roland Winters|
Theirs is not a romance, and hardly a friendship but more a necessary partnership being the only main characters not severely injured. Meanwhile, the subtle flirtation aspect is what makes Roddy's courageous preppy boy more of a man who must fight and survive the elements, both human and shark — the latter that might've been suited better as a rouge. Corny as that sounds, it would have been a lot of fun. Instead, Ted has more obstacles trying to get around Maria's constant bulwarks than anything down below — and she's on board for maybe a minute, or less. Making this journey at sea even more important on the land.