|The Creature Walks Among Us|
|Series||Universal Black Lagoon Series|
|Series Order||3 of 3|
|Directed By||John Sherwood|
|Written By||Arthur A. Ross|
|Release Date||April 26, 1956|
The Creature Walks Among Us is the third and final installment of the Creature from the Black Lagoon horror film series from Universal Pictures, following 1955's Revenge of the Creature.
Following the Gill Man's escape from Ocean Harbor, Florida, a team of scientists led by the deranged and cold-hearted Dr. William Barton capture him in the Everglades. During the capture, the creature is badly burned in a fire.
While bandaging the Gill Man, the doctors notice that he is shedding his gills and even breathing using a kind of lung system. Now that the creature has more human-like skin, he is given clothing. The doctors attempt to get the Gill Man used to living among humans. Though his life is saved, he is apparently unhappy, staring despondently at the ocean.
Barton later ruins the plan when, in a murderous rage, he kills guide Jed Grant, who had made romantic advances toward his wife, Marcia. Realizing what he has done, Barton then tries to put the blame on the Gill Man. The Gill Man, witnessing the killing, and apparently comprehending that he is being blamed for the murder, goes on a rampage. After ripping down the confining electric fence, he kills Barton and then slowly walks back to the sea. He is last seen on a beach, advancing towards the ocean.