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Also Known As

  • La Mort au large (Belgium) (poster title) (French title) / France
  • The Last Jaws (Netherlands) / USA (video title)
  • O Último Tubarão (Brazil)
  • De Dood in volle zee (Belgium) (poster title) (Flemish title)
  • Great Whit (USA)
  • Jättehajen - vindsurfarnas skräck (Sweden)
  • De Laatste jaws (Belgium) (video title) (Flemish title)
  • Shark
  • The Last Shark
  • The last Jaws - Der weisse Killer (Germany)
  • Tiburón (Spain)
  • Tubarão IV (Brazil)
  • Great White (USA)


  • A quiet, restful summer in the lazy coastal town of Port Harbor is abruptly about to end.
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Main Details

  • Released in 1982
  • Color
  • Runtime: 88 min
  • Production Co: Film Ventures International (FVI) | Horizon Film | Last Shark | Montoro Productions Ltd. | UTI
  • Distribution Co: Film Ventures International (FVI) (1982) (USA) (theatrical) (dubbed) | Succéfilm AB (Sweden) (theatrical) | UGC Distribution (1981) (France) (theatrical)

Cast and Crew

  • Directed by Enzo G. Castellari
  • Written by Marc Princi, Ramon Bravo
  • Starring Vic Morrow,James Franciscus and Giancarlo Prete
  • Produced by Maurizio Amati, Sandro Amati, Edward L. Montoro, Ugo Tucci
  • Original Music by Guido De Angelis, Maurizio De Angelis
  • Cinematography by Alberto Spagnoli
  • Film Editing by Gianfranco Amicucci


  • A 35 foot Great White Shark takes revenge on humans when they build a beach just for swimmers by a coastal town.
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