Zaat (1971)

PG  |   |  Horror, Sci-Fi


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A mad scientist transforms himself into an aquatic killer.


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In an interview, writer Ron Kivett said the script was inspired by an article he read about a species of 'walking' catfish that could live in water and on land. The article theorized that the fish were possibly a mutation. Doctor Leopold refers to the same ... ...


Quotes

Sheriff Krantz: Hah! The state of Florida against a l'il ole catfish. Some case!


Goofs

When Walker Stevens is in bed and Rex is talking to him, the shadow of a boom mic is persistently visible before Martha joins him and the monster spies them through the window.

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Genres

Horror | Sci-Fi

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