1961 was a big year for my hometown; that was the year that the town's first and only drive-in opened. (I'm talking drive-in theaters [remember them?], not drive-in restaurants.) The first evening the drive-in was opened, teenagers flooded to the place, drawn by the lure of something new. Being teenagers, they turned the volume control on each speaker up to deafening. The first feature shown back then happened to be a Japanese monster flick called Reptilicus. The monster Reptilicus had a loud, cawing cry. That evening, the cry could be heard clearly at my house, some two miles from the drive-in. I can remember hearing those cries and wishing I had been able to be there at the drive-in.
Enough nostalgia. Here's the flick, presented in eight parts: