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Manfish

1956

Three deep sea divers get involved in murder while searching for a lost treasure.


Manfish is an adventure film, released by United Artists in 1956 and originally filmed in DeLuxe Color. Filmed in Jamaica, it was released in Great Britain as Calypso. It was based on the stories "The Gold-Bug" and "The Tell-Tale Heart" by Edgar Allan Poe. Actor John Bromfield starred as Captain Brannigan and Lon Chaney Jr. played the role of Swede. The leading female star was Tessa Prendergast, who played Alita. Tessa later became a fashion designer and designed the white bikini of Ursula Andress for Dr. No (film). ... Calypso

Soundtrack

Big Fish, Manfish and Goodbye written and performed by Clyde Hoyte<br>
Beware the Caribbean written by Richard Koerner and performed by Barbara Nichols

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