Frogs

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Overview

The slimy denizens of the Everglades organize a particularly nasty rebellion in this enjoyable entry from the "nature-run-amok" horror subgenre which favored drive-in venues of the mid-'70s. The story takes place amid the festivities honoring the birthday of crotchety, wheelchair-bound Southern patriarch Jason Crockett Ray Milland, a chemical-industry magnate whose pesticides are responsible for much of the toxic pollution found in the swamplands. The revelry ends quickly, however, when thousands of local fauna ...
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Overview

The slimy denizens of the Everglades organize a particularly nasty rebellion in this enjoyable entry from the "nature-run-amok" horror subgenre which favored drive-in venues of the mid-'70s. The story takes place amid the festivities honoring the birthday of crotchety, wheelchair-bound Southern patriarch Jason Crockett Ray Milland, a chemical-industry magnate whose pesticides are responsible for much of the toxic pollution found in the swamplands. The revelry ends quickly, however, when thousands of local fauna decide to crash the party. Under the apparent telepathic guidance of the less-than-menacing swamp bullfrogs, armies of snakes, insects, and snapping turtles tear their way through the cast. Competent direction, great use of swampland ambience, and spooky sound effects help provide a suitably large dose of the creepy-crawlies.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 9/19/2000
  • UPC: 883904130727
  • Original Release: 1972
  • Source: Mgm (Video & Dvd)
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Ray Milland Jason Crockett
Sam Elliott Pickett Smith
Joan Van Ark Karen Crockett
Adam Roarke Clint
Judy Pace Bella
Lynn Borden Jenny
Mae Mercer Maybelle
David Gilliam Michael
Nicholas Cortland Kenneth
George Skaff Stuart
Lance Taylor Sr. Charles
Holly Irving Iris
Dale Willingham Tina
Robert Sanders Young Boy In Car
Technical Credits
George McCowan Director
Les Baxter Score Composer, Musical Direction/Supervision
Robert Blees Screenwriter
Thomas R. Burman Makeup Special Effects
George Edwards Producer
Fred R. Feitshans Jr. Editor
Phyllis Garr Costumes/Costume Designer
Norman T. Herman Producer
Robert Hutchison Screenwriter
Joe Sidore Special Effects
Al Simms Musical Direction/Supervision
John Speak Sound/Sound Designer
Peter Thomas Producer
Mario Tosi Cinematographer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    So bad, its good.

    This is probably one of the worst movies ever made...and I loved every horrible minute of it.

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    Posted December 22, 2009

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