GenreAdventure, Crime, Sci-Fi Duration CountryUnited States
WriterAubrey Wisberg, Jack Pollexfen Release dateApril 3, 1953 (1953-04-03) (Premiere-Los Angeles)
April 10, 1953 (1953-04-10) (US) GenresScience Fiction, Adventure Film, Black-and-white CastJames Warren (Tony Ferris), Lynne Roberts (Dr. Joan Hunter), Paul Cavanagh (John Kolvac), William Schallert (Collins), House Peters Jr. (Jim Garry), Marjorie Stapp (Technician) Similar moviesCaptive Women (1952)
TaglineThey Wanted Treasure...And They Didn't Care How They Got It!
Port Sinister, known as Beast of Paradise Isle in the UK, is a 1953 adventure/science fiction film written by Jack Pollexfen and Aubrey Wisberg and directed by Harold Daniels. The plot involves the 17th-century Caribbean city of Port Royal, which has been long rumoured to have been visited by pirates rises from the ocean floor.
Port sinister beast of paradise isle harold daniels eeuu 1953
The 17th-century Caribbean city of Port Royal has been long rumoured to have been visited by pirates rises from the ocean floor. However, when a scientist goes to investigate the incident—and at the same time the local thugs plan to steal the gold—all are attacked by giant crabs living there.
Pollexfen and Wisberg had already made Captive Women and Sword of Venus for RKO. Port Sinister was filmed at the RKO studios with location work at Palos Verdes California.