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The island is inhabited by a landowner, a scientist Joseph Cotten and his daughter Barbara Bach.
Was this review helpful? Sergio Martino once again proves that he's an ingenious filmmaker who has the talent to be commercial-minded and creative at the same time. Borrowing wholesale from "Island of Dr Moreau", "Creature From the Black Lagoon" and any "Atlantis" picture you care to mention, Martino has conjured a lightweight homage to all three themes. Rackham tells Claude his plan. Edmond Rackham, who is exploiting the island creatures in furtherance of his own schemes deliciously well played by Richard Johnson, who had starred in the scariest movie ever made, "The Haunting," back in '63, as well as Lucio Fulci's cult item "Zombie" that same year ; a beautiful young woman who the viewer automatically assumes is his wife, Amanda Barbara Bach, apparently game for some physical stunts here ; a half-mad biologist the great Joseph Cotten, here cashing a paycheck for perhaps three minutes of overacted screen time ; and a whole gaggle of voodoo-practicing natives, who carry out Rackham's every wish. The first fifteen minutes are the highlight and the most shocking, but the film doesn't ever really fall apart. Claude wants to confront Rackham again.