Namu, the Killer Whale Movie Review 1966

Information and Film Reviews for Namu, the Killer Whale the Movie

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Based on the true story of a marine biologist (Lansing) who gets the perfect opportunity to study killer whales when one is confined to a small cove. The local fisherman want to kill the creature because it feeds on the salmon they catch but they are persuaded against their baser instincts. Filmed on location in the San Juan Islands of Puget Sound. The real Namu lived at the Seattle Public Aquarium.

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Available on VHS
Running time 89 minutes.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Deep Blue, Whales
Cast
Robert Lansing, John Anderson, Robin Mattson, Richard Erdman, Lee Meriwether, Joe Higgins
Director
Laszlo Benedek
Producer
United Artists

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