The Fish-man is back!! The Creature from the Black Lagoon (1954) has been captured by scientists and transported to an aquarium in Florida. Once there, he becomes attracted to lovely female scientist Helen Dobson (Lori Nelson) and manages to escape and kidnap her, and heads to Jacksonville, with her real-life love in pursuit. The acting is so bad it's good, but the fishy sexual predator just makes things weird. However, Revenge of the Creature’s most memorable moment does not really involve the Gill-man or the Damsel in distress. It involves a scientist named “Jennings” who plays with a lab rat in the scene. It is a dismissible filler scene, but Jennings ended up having some success in later films as a director and actor known by the alias: Clint Eastwood who is uncredited here in his first role.
Remnants of a mysterious animal have come to light in a remote jungle, and a group of scientists intends to determine if the find is an anomaly or evidence of an undiscovered beast. To accomplish their goal, the scientists (Antonio Moreno, Richard Carlson, Richard Denning, Whit Bissell) accompanied by a lovely assistant (Julie Adams) must brave the most perilous pieces of land South America has to offer. But the terrain is nothing compared to the danger posed by an ancient and otherworldly Fish man that endangers their work, their lives, and their women.