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The Incredible Petrified World (1958)

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A diving team exploring the ocean's floor is trapped underwater after a series of volcanic eruptions in this sci-fi film starring John Carradine.

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Cast

John Carradine
as Dr. Wyman
Robert Clarke
as Craig Randall
Phyllis Coates
as Dale Marshall
Allen Windsor
as Paul Whitmore
Sheila Noonan
as Lauri Talbot
George Skaff
as Matheny
Joe Maierhouser
as Jim Wyman
Harry Raven
as Captain
Lloyd Nelson
as Radioman
Jack Haffner
as Reporter
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½

A film from Director Jerry Warren who had a knack for obtaining Mexican Horror Films and Dubbing them. This one is pretty good. Its about 2 Men and 2 Women who after going down in the ocean in a diving bell discover a underground World. Its pure 1960 drive in Swill. While in the undersea Caves they come across a Cave man looking dude who hasn't seen a women in 8 years and well you know what?s on his mind. In the end all are rescued and they live happily ever after. Its not all that bad, came from a 3 movie pack from Something Weird Video. Its worth a cheap purchase or a Friday Night Stormy rental 2 1/2 stars.

Bruce Bruce
Bruce Bruce

Super Reviewer

Three scientists and a gal reporter luck out when their errant diving bell falls near some underwater caves. The undersea world they discover is hardly petrified and certainly not incredible. Remarkably action-free: this film's padding actually has its own padding. As much fun as the bends.

Greg S
Greg S

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