Watch Namu, The Killer Whale
- 1 hr 29 min
Namu, the Killer Whale is an adventure movie that hit the theaters back in 1966. This movie is rated PG and suitable for family viewing. The leading stars in the movie include Robert Lansing, John Anderson, Robin Mattson, Richard Erdman, and Lee Meriwether. This movie is based on a real life marine biologist who jumped at the opportunity to study the killer whale after one of the killer whales is confined to a tiny cove. The real life biologist's study helped propel this story to the big screen. Robert Lansing plays the role of the marine biologist that inspired the movie. The whale turns out to be a lot friendlier than the biologist expected and they get to know each other well. However, the local fishermen want to kill the whale because the whale feeds on salmon that they catch. A strong conflict arises between the salmon fisherman and the biologist studying the whale. The biologist tries to convince the fisherman that the whale is not their enemy.