What do youy get when you mix Roger Corman with the Cuban Revolution? Over the top names and characters, a crazy plot, and a good time! Join Renzo Capetto (Anthony Carbone), a deported gambler and over all scoundrel from American, comes up with the perfect money making scam. He will use his boat to help a violent group of loyalists headed by General Tostada (Edmundo Rivera Alvarez) to escape from the Cuban national treasury.
Secret agent XK150 has different plans. Sparks Moran (Edward Wain/Robert Towne) infiltrates the loyalists. Insert the bombshell girlfriend, Mary-Belle Monahan (Betsy Jones-Moreland) and her brother, Happy Jack (Robert Bean), and of course, you have to have the comedy relief homicidal maniac, Pete Perterson Jr. (Beach Dickerson).
As the group of well-named antagonists set out to steal the fortune in gold a mysterious creature is said to have raised up from the oceans and devoured the loyalists. It was fake but what happens when the real monster shows up?
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