A scientific expedition searching for fossils along the Amazon River discover a prehistoric Gill-Man in the legendary Black Lagoon. The explorers capture the mysterious creature, but it breaks free. The Gill-Man returns to kidnap the lovely Kay, fiancée of one of the expedition, with whom it has fallen in love.
Roberta's benefactor, the patriarch of the Lovelace clan, is murdered during a political rally. The assassin's trail soon leads back to Roanapur—so now she has returned on a mission of vengeance! However, close behind her is the new patriarch, Garcia, as well as Roberta's apprentice (and maid), Fabiola Iglesias. As the body count of Roberta's bloody rampage mounts, forces from within the corrupt island (which includes the Lagoon Company), as well as overseas converge on what threatens to escalate into all-out war!
A movie in Universal's 'Dark Universe' about the Creature from the Black Lagoon.
Documentary about the making of and legacy of The Creature from the Black Lagoon included in The Legacy Collection box set.
This kid-friendly collection of slightly spooky animated tales includes an adaptation of Mike Thayer's "The Teacher from the Black Lagoon," about a boy's wild nightmares concerning his teacher on the first day of school. Other stories include Tomi Ungerer's "The Three Robbers," James Stevenson's "What's Under My Bed?" and Caroline Stutson's "By the Light of the Halloween Moon," in which a clever girl foils the plans of holiday ghouls.
A Marine Biologist is assigned to investigate the mysterious deaths of marine life in an inland salt water lake that have been attributed to a creature thought to have been the stuff of legend.
Black Lagoon is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Rei Hiroe. It has been published in Shogakukan's Monthly Sunday Gene-X since 2002, and nine collected volumes have been released so far. It was later adapted into an anime television series, by Madhouse, that aired from April to June 2006 for twelve episodes. A second season, subtitled "The Second Barrage", ran for twelve weeks starting on October 2, 2006. A five volume original video animation series, titled Roberta's Blood Trail, was released from July 2010 to June 2011.