PG | | Horror, Thriller
A huge swarm of deadly African bees spreads terror over American cities by killing thousands of people.
Producer and Director Irwin Allen was so disheartened by the amount of money he lost on this movie that he forbade any of his employees to ever mention it again. He even cut short an interview when a question was asked about it.
These bees, General, are of joint concern, and they are killing Americans, without reference as to whether or not they have a serial number and are expected to salute YOU! So there will be no air drops of any kind until I give the OK!
General Slater: Your OK, huh? ...
When the stuntman crashes through the window of the base in Houston to fall to his 30-story death, hanging plants can be seen on the outside, revealing he is simply crashing from one room to another.
Disclaimer in closing credits: The African killer bee portrayed in this film bears absolutely no relationship to the industrious hard-working American honey bee to which we are indebted for pollinating vital crops that feed our nation.
DVD and laserdisc release includes 40 minutes of footage not included on the theatrical release.
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