RELEASED IN 1977 and written & directed by William R. Stromberg, “The Crater Lake Monster” details events in the high country of central California after a meteor strikes the eponymous (fictitious) lake and incubates a prehistoric egg, which hatches a plesiosaur-like creature that terrorizes the locals.
Despite the title, the story does not take place in Crater Lake, Oregon, and the filmmakers don’t hide this fact in light of (1.) the California plates of the vehicles and (2.) the lake is clearly snake-like in shape and not round like Crater Lake in Oregon. Speaking of the lake they used fo... read the rest.
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