It Came from Beneath the Sea

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It Came from Beneath the Sea movie poster.

Movie (1955)

Starring:
Kenneth Tobey (Commander Pete Matthews)
Faith Domergue (Prof. Lesley Joyce)
Donald Curtis (Dr. John Carter)
Ian Keith (Admiral Burns)
Dean Maddox, Jr. (Admiral Norman)
Chuck Griffiths (Lt. Griff)

A giant radioactive octopus terrorizes the Pacific, ultimately attacking San Francisco.

Martin PBM-5 Mariner

Used to search for the survivors of a ship the octopus destroyed. Later, the same plane or one like it is used to search for the octopus in San Francisco Bay.

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Beechcraft B35 Bonanza

Sure ! Not the Mariner cockpit !

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McDonnell FH-1 Phantom

Several are shown taking off from an aircraft carrier to search for the octopus.

McDonnell FH-1 Phantom of the US Navy.
McDonnell FH-1 Phantom of the US Navy on the USS Franklin D. Roosevelt (CV-42).

Sikorsky HOS-1

Seen taking off from an aircraft carrier to search for the octopus.

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Republic F-84G Thunderjet

Seen searching for the octopus.

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Boeing B-47B Stratojet

Flies Pete and Lesley from San Francisco to Astoria to investigate a possible sighting of the octopus.

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Hiller HTE-2

Flies John to an airfield near the Golden Gate Bridge. Same helicopter later joins a Sikorsky HO3S-1 in performing observational duties during the octopus' attack on the city. It crashes into one of the octopus' tentacles and is destroyed.

Hiller HTE-2 of the US Navy
Hiller HTE-2 of the US Navy

Sikorsky HO3S-1

Sikorsky HO3S-1, UR-41, accompanies the other helicopter in performing observational duties during the octopus' attack.

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