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  • Genre: Adventure | Horror | Thriller
  • Release Date: 26 December 1975 (UK)
  • Runtime: 124 min | 130 min (Extended Edition)
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  • IMDb page: Jaws (1975) Free Film Online
  • Rate: 8.1/10 total 277,376 votes 
  • Genre: Adventure | Horror | Thriller
  • Release Date: 26 December 1975 (UK)
  • Runtime: 124 min | 130 min (Extended Edition)
  • Filming Location: Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts, USA
  • Budget: $8,000,000 (estimated)
  • Gross: $260,000,000 (USA)
  • Director: Steven Spielberg
  • Stars: Roy Scheider, Robert Shaw, Richard Dreyfuss | See full cast and crew »
  • Original Music By: John Williams   
  • Soundtrack: I Honestly Love You
  • Sound Mix: Mono (Westrex Recording System) | Dolby Digital (Dolby 5.1) | DTS (DTS 5.1) | Dolby Surround 7.1 (DTS HD Master Audio)
  • Plot Keyword: Shark | Island | Great White Shark | Mayor | Beach

Jaws (1975) Writing Credits By:

  • Peter Benchley (screenplay) and
  • Carl Gottlieb (screenplay)
  • Peter Benchley (novel)

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Jaws (1975) Known Trivia

  • According to writer Carl Gottlieb, the line “You’re gonna need a bigger boat” was not scripted but improvised by Roy Scheider. Jaws 1975 5 of 5 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • The mechanical shark spent most of the Film broken-down, and was unavailable for certain shots. Jaws 1975 This led Steven Spielberg to use the camera as the “shark”, and film from the shark’s point of view. Jaws 1975 Many think this added to the “chilling/haunting” quality in the final release saying that it would have made it too “cheesy” had they shown the shark as much as originally planned. Jaws 1975 4 of 4 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • According to The Making of Steven Spielberg’s ‘Jaws’ (1995) documentary, the shooting star that appears during the night scene where Brody loads his revolver was real, not an optical effect. Jaws 1975 3 of 3 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Lee Marvin was Spielberg’s first choice for the role of Quint, despite his reservations about using big-name actors. Jaws 1975 Marvin thanked him but replied that he’d rather go fishing. Jaws 1975 Spielberg then wanted Sterling Hayden for the role of Quint. Jaws 1975 Hayden, however, was in trouble with the Internal Revenue Service for unpaid tax. Jaws 1975 All Hayden’s income from acting was subject to a levy by the IRS, so there was an attempt to circumvent that: Hayden was also a writer, so one idea was to pay him union scale for his acting, and buy a story from him (his literary income wasn’t subject to levy) for a large sum. Jaws 1975 It was concluded that the IRS would see through this scheme, so Robert Shaw was cast by Spielberg instead on the recommendation of the film’s producers, Zanuck and Brown. Jaws 1975 2 of 2 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • In addition to the well-known nickname of “Bruce”, Steven Spielberg also called the shark “the great white turd” when he really got frustrated with the troublesome animatronic fish. Jaws 1975 2 of 2 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Several decades later, Lee Fierro, who plays Mrs. Jaws 1975 Kintner, walked into a seafood restaurant and noticed that the menu had an “Alex Kintner Sandwich”. Jaws 1975 She commented that she had played his mother so many years ago. Jaws 1975 The owner of the restaurant ran out to meet her – none other than Jeffrey Voorhees, who had played her son. Jaws 1975 They hadn’t seen each other since the original Film shoot. Jaws 1975 2 of 2 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • The famous line “you’re gonna need a bigger boat” was ad-libbed by Roy Scheider. Jaws 1975 3 of 4 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Peter Benchley has mentioned that if he had known about the actual behavior of sharks, he would have never written the book. Jaws 1975 2 of 3 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Tommy Johnson was the tuba player whose ominous sounds announced the sharks’ arrival. Jaws 1975 2 of 3 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • During pre-production, director Steven Spielberg, accompanied by friends Martin Scorsese, George Lucas and John Milius, visited the effects shop where “Bruce” the shark was being constructed. Jaws 1975 Lucas stuck his head in the shark’s mouth to see how it worked and, as a joke, Milius and Spielberg sneaked to the controls and made the jaw clamp shut on Lucas’ head. Jaws 1975 Unfortunately, and rather prophetically, considering the later technical difficulties the production would suffer, the shark malfunctioned, and Lucas got stuck in the mouth of the shark. Jaws 1975 When Spielberg and Milius were finally able to free him, the three men ran out of the workshop, afraid they’d done major damage to the creature. Jaws 1975 1 of 1 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |

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Goofs: Continuity: When Hooper is gutting the Tiger shark, the order of things he pulls out does not match the order that, when they land at Brody's feet, as Hooper throws them towards him, and some things just appear at Brody's feet.

Jaws (1975) Plot: When a gigantic great white shark begins to menace the small island community of Amity, a police chief, a marine scientist and grizzled fisherman set out to stop it. Jaws 1975 Full summary »  »

Jaws (1975) Story: It’s a hot summer on Amity Island, a small community whose main business is its beaches. Jaws 1975 When new Sheriff Martin Brody discovers the remains of a shark attack victim, his first inclination is to close the beaches to swimmers. Jaws 1975 This doesn’t sit well with Mayor Larry Vaughn and several of the local businessmen. Jaws 1975 Brody backs down to his regret as that weekend a young boy is killed by the predator. Jaws 1975 The dead boy’s mother puts out a bounty on the shark and Amity is soon swamped with amateur hunters and fisherman hoping to cash in on the reward. Jaws 1975 A local fisherman with much experience hunting sharks, Quint, offers to hunt down the creature for a hefty fee. Jaws 1975 Soon Quint, Brody and Matt Hooper from the Oceanographic Institute are at sea hunting the Great White shark. Jaws 1975 As Brody succinctly surmises after their first encounter with the creature, they’re going to need a bigger boat. Jaws 1975 Written bygarykmcd


Jaws (1975) Synopsis: Late one night, on one of the many beaches of Amity Island off the coast of New England, local teenagers throw a bonfire party, tossing back the booze and playing music. Jaws 1975 Chrissie Watkins (Susan Backlinie), a beautiful blonde, catches the eye of Tom Cassidy (Jonathan Filley) and leads him away from the frivolities towards the water where she begins to strip down. Jaws 1975 She invites him for some moonlit skinny dipping and dives into the water as Tom struggles to undress on the shore. Jaws 1975 Inebriated, Tom collapses and passes out on the sand. Jaws 1975 Chrissie continues to swim out to deeper waters when she feels a sharp tug on her leg. Jaws 1975 Confused, she gasps in panic as she is tugged again before being pulled under water. Jaws 1975 She breaks the surface, screaming as something thrashes her around violently. Jaws 1975 She screams for help again before submerging one last time and then the water is still.

Amity Island is a small, beachside community that prides itself in its humble traditions and popular oceanfront. Jaws 1975 Despite the population of locals on the island, the community depends on tourism as a major source of economic support and waits eagerly for each summer to arrive when herds of mainlanders come to savor Amity’s shores.

Martin Brody (Roy Scheider), the new Chief of Police, receives a call at home regarding Watkins’ disappearance. Jaws 1975 Following the report made by Tom Cassidy that she was last seen off the coast, Brody goes to the beach with his deputy Jeff Hendricks (Jeffrey Kramer) to search for clues. Jaws 1975 They don’t need to look very long; within a few moments Hendricks stumbles upon Chrissie’s mangled corpse.

At the police station, Brody waits for the coroner’s (Robert Nevin) report at his desk while the secretary relays the crime reports of the day; nothing more serious than a few kids ‘karate-chopping’ picket fences. Jaws 1975 The coroner then calls with his report. Jaws 1975 Brody hangs up and contemplates for a moment before typing the cause of death on Chrissie’s report: ‘Shark attack’. Jaws 1975 Unwilling to waste any time, he goes to the local hardware store and gathers supplies for making signs to close the beaches. Jaws 1975 His intentions are quickly noticed by Mayor Vaughn (Murray Hamilton) who attempts to sway Brody’s notion that a shark was directly involved in Chrissie’s death. Jaws 1975 He explains that she could very well have swam out too far and gotten tired before being hit by a boat’s propellers. Jaws 1975 During a town meeting, Brody tries to reassert his belief that Chrissie’s death was caused by a shark and that he wants to close the beaches for the safety of the public, much to the dismay of the island’s business owners. Jaws 1975 Vaughn, however, garners the coroner’s support who admits that Chrissie could have been killed by a boat propeller. Jaws 1975 Vaughn reiterates to Brody that he doesn’t want to act too hastily. Jaws 1975 Closing the beaches would sentence Amity Island to a dreary summer without tourists and they cannot afford to lose that source of income, especially with the Fourth of July approaching.

Over the course of the next couple of days, tourists flock to the island, brought over from the mainland by ferry. Jaws 1975 One particular day, Brody sits on the beach, scanning the water nervously as people frolic in the surf, splashing and calling to each other. Jaws 1975 A young man ( nm5026721) plays fetch with his labrador retriever in the surf. Jaws 1975 An elderly man wearing a swim cap, Henry Wiseman (Alfred Wilde), approaches Brody and chides him about his apparent fear of water. Jaws 1975 "Thats some bad hat, Harry," Brody replies, annoyed. Jaws 1975 Young Alex Kintner (Jeffrey Voorhees) takes his inflatable, yellow raft and asks his mother (Lee Fierro) if he can take it out in the water. Jaws 1975 With her consent, he rushes into the surf. Jaws 1975 While Brody continues to keep watch, the beachgoers continue their fun, splashing loudly. Jaws 1975 The young man who had been playing with his dog calls to the unresponsive pooch, the fetching stick floating in the water. Jaws 1975 All at once Brody notices a large, grey object emerge out of the water and overturn the young boy on his yellow raft. Jaws 1975 Alex is tossed into the water and pulled under as his blood turns the sea red. Jaws 1975 The other swimmers begin screaming and leave the water as Brody ushers them back to shore. Jaws 1975 Mrs. Jaws 1975 Kintner approaches the water’s edge, calling for her son. Jaws 1975 The only response is the lap of waves on the shore, pushing Alex’s torn and bloody raft onto the beach.

Shortly after, Mrs. Jaws 1975 Kintner issues a $3000 reward for the capture of the shark and a meeting is held between the town’s business owners, attended by Mayor Vaughn and Brody. Jaws 1975 Brody assures the townspeople that they are assigning extra deputies and bringing in an expert from the Oceanographic Institute for advice on the matter but the main concern in town is if the beaches will be closed. Jaws 1975 Brody’s ‘yes’ is responded with a string of criticism but Mayor Vaughn quickly interjects that the beaches will be closed for only 24 hours. Jaws 1975 The uproar of the townsfolk is suddenly cut short by the screeching sound of nails on a chalkboard behind them. Jaws 1975 Fisherman Quint (Robert Shaw) remains seated as he calmly explains that a shark like this is not one to be trifled with and he has no interest in such meager compensation. Jaws 1975 He offers to capture and kill the shark himself for $10,000 which no one stands to offer. Jaws 1975 Quint quietly leaves, a wry smile on his face.

Brody returns home and, the following day, tells his eldest son Michael (Chris Rebello) that he’s not to go anywhere near the water. Jaws 1975 Ellen thinks him to be acting a bit too harshly, even when Michael tests his new sailboat in the shallow water in front of their home. Jaws 1975 When she sees a picture in a book that Brody’s holding of a shark attacking a small boat and puncturing the hull, however, she shouts for Michael to listen to his father and get out of the water.

That very evening, two men decide to take matters into their own hands and fashion a large hook baited with a pork roast. Jaws 1975 They toss it out from a dock and it attracts the attention of the shark. Jaws 1975 However, their attempt to be heroes nearly turns fatal when the dock they’ve secured the line to is detached and pulled out into the water by the beast, taking one man with it. Jaws 1975 He fortunately manages to swim back to his friend as the dock eerily turns and follows him back to shore, eventually drifting back on its own, harmless.

Amateur shark hunters and fisherman from all over descend on Amity Island hoping to get a claim to the $3000 reward that has apparently been advertised expansively by Mrs. Jaws 1975 Kintner. Jaws 1975 They crowd the waters surrounding the island, creating some tension to local swimmers. Jaws 1975 Among the horde of newcomers is Matt Hooper (Richard Dreyfuss), who has arrived from the Oceanographic Institute. Jaws 1975 He is escorted by Brody to examine and give his professional opinion on the remains of Chrissie Watkins. Jaws 1975 After viewing the body and recording his observations, a visibly shaken Hooper angrily informs Brody and the coroner that no boating accident killed Watkins. Jaws 1975 "It was a shark," he states defiantly.

Meanwhile, some of the local fisherman have successfully caught a large shark and haul it back to town where the body is strung up for all to see. Jaws 1975 The townsfolk are ecstatic to see such a large find and are overjoyed and convinced that the killer has been caught. Jaws 1975 However, most are ignorant to the species until Hooper and Brody arrive. Jaws 1975 Hooper takes a look at the shark and informs everyone that it’s a tiger shark and that the bite radius does not match up with the marks he found on Chrissie’s corpse. Jaws 1975 Mayor Vaughn objects and claims that the beaches should be reopened but Hooper maintains that he won’t be completely satisfied until he can cut open the shark for more conclusive evidence. Jaws 1975 Vaughn, however, is not eager to do so in public at the risk of seeing the ‘little Kintner boy spill out over the dock’. Jaws 1975 At that moment, Mrs. Jaws 1975 Kintner arrives on the scene, clad in a black, mourning dress. Jaws 1975 She addresses Chief Brody and slaps him across the face, informing him that she found out about Chrissie’s death and accuses him of keeping the beaches open and letting people swim when he knew there was a shark out there. Jaws 1975 When she leaves, Vaughn consoles Brody and tells him that Mrs. Jaws 1975 Kintner is wrong. Jaws 1975 "No she’s not," replies Brody.

Unsatisfied with how his findings took to the water, Hooper visits Brody for dinner that night, sharing his theories with Ellen Brody (Lorraine Gary) who is none too pleased about the presence of a large shark in the area but stands by her husband’s intuition. Jaws 1975 Hooper discusses the possibility of a rogue shark in the area while Brody chugs his wine. Jaws 1975 Hooper explains that a rogue shark will often claim territory to an area where the feeding is good and will remain there until the food source is gone. Jaws 1975 Brody agrees to take Hooper down to the docks to cut open the tiger shark and find out, once and for all, if this is indeed the shark that’s been terrorizing the island. Jaws 1975 Hooper cuts out the stomach and, in a mess of bile and seawater, recovers a few fish, a tin can, and a license plate from Louisiana that confirms his suspicions that the shark swam up to Amity from warmer waters. Jaws 1975 There is, however, no sign of any human remains and Hooper tells Brody that he’s ‘still got one hell of a fish out there’ and measures out a space with his hands to show how big it’s mouth might be.

That night, Brody and Hooper continue their investigation and Hooper decides that some reconnaissance out on the water is needed, much to Brody’s dismay. Jaws 1975 With sonar equipment installed on his boat, Hooper drives the boat out to deeper waters until the sonar detects a large object just ahead of them. Jaws 1975 Aiming their lights out, they find a half submerged fishing boat that Brody recognizes as Ben Gardner’s (Craig Kingsbury), a local fisherman. Jaws 1975 Hooper bravely opts to take a closer look underwater and dons scuba gear despite Brody’s protests. Jaws 1975 Hooper dives under and examines the hull of the ship, soon discovering a gaping hole in the side where a rather large tooth is embedded. Jaws 1975 As he peers closer into the hole, the ghostly torso of Ben Gardner appears, his one remaining eye gazing out in horror. Jaws 1975 Terrified, Hooper panics and drops the tooth as he scrambles back onto his own boat.

The next morning, he and Brody attempt to reason with Mayor Vaughn, who seems more concerned with an act of vandalism on one of Amity’s billboards. Jaws 1975 The graffiti sprayed on the image of a woman swimming altered her face to one of horror and included a large, black fin following her in the water. Jaws 1975 Hooper tries to convince Vaughn that, based on his findings, the proportions on the drawing are actually correct and that, with the evidence of Gardner’s boat and his remains towed back to the island and the tooth he found, the existence of a large, killer shark cannot be ignored any longer. Jaws 1975 Vaughn is adamant, however, that the beaches will remain open for the Fourth of July and tells Hooper that losing the tooth is very convenient for him and he most likely wants nothing but the publicity to get him in the National Geographic. Jaws 1975 Hooper can only laugh at the insult as Vaughn walks away.

On July 4th, the beaches are flooded with mainlanders and tourists. Jaws 1975 Brody and Hooper have their hands full keeping order and making sure that enough security is patrolling the beaches, including boats full of patrolmen with rifles and shark spotters. Jaws 1975 However, the increased precautionary measures create tension among the beachgoers, making them hesitant to enter the water. Jaws 1975 Vaughn notices this and convinces one of his local friends to take his wife and grandchildren out. Jaws 1975 They do so nervously but this encourages more people to enter the water and releases the tension. Jaws 1975 Brody patrols the beach while Ellen takes care of their youngest son, Sean (Jay Mello). Jaws 1975 Michael and a friend begin to take his new sailboat out but Brody tells them to take it to the estuary where it’s safer. Jaws 1975 Suddenly, a shark fin appears in the water and everyone begins to scream in panic, stampeding back to the shore and knocking a few hapless swimmers over. Jaws 1975 Vaughn watches in disbelief as Brody oversees the situation. Jaws 1975 The patrol boats quickly scramble towards the fin but discover that it is false; a prank pulled by a couple of boys in snorkel gear.

As the chaos winds down, a girl painting on the edge of the estuary sees a dark fin with the shadow of its body beneath it. Jaws 1975 She cries out ‘shark’ but the general reaction is desensitized by the fin hoax. Jaws 1975 Brody responds to the call and quickens his pace when Ellen reminds him that Michael is in the estuary. Jaws 1975 Michael and his friend sit in their sailboat and are approached by a friendly man (Ted Grossman) in a rowboat before both crafts are suddenly capsized. Jaws 1975 Michael surfaces and watches in horror as the man attempts to return to his rowboat, only to be eaten alive by the massive shark. Jaws 1975 His severed leg sinks to the bottom of the estuary and the shark swims back into open water. Jaws 1975 Michael and his friend are brought safely ashore, though Michael is unconscious from shock. Jaws 1975 He is later brought to the hospital and Brody confronts Vaughn in the lobby and demands that immediate action be taken now that there’s no doubt in anyone’s mind that they have a killer shark around the island. Jaws 1975 Vaughn, shaken and distressed, realizes his mistakes and tells Brody that his family was on the beach too. Jaws 1975 He allows Brody to do what’s necessary.

With Vaughn’s signature approval, Brody hires Quint to hunt the shark, promising the fee he’d demanded earlier. Jaws 1975 At Quint’s boathouse, Brody and Hooper discuss with him the terms of the voyage. Jaws 1975 From the start, Quint looks down upon Hooper for his academic prowess and believes that it will not serve him any good out on the raw sea. Jaws 1975 However, Brody insists that both he and Hooper will accompany Quint despite his belief that they have no nautical experience — Hooper mentions that he’s crewed three TransPac sailboats, justifying his experience at sea. Jaws 1975 When Hooper ties a ‘sheep shank’ knot with ease, Quint relents. Jaws 1975 Come morning, they meet at the docks and prepare Quint’s ship, Orca, for the voyage. Jaws 1975 Hooper brings his own hi-tech equipment including harpoons, tracking devices, scuba gear and tanks, and a shark-proof steel cage, though Quint is less than impressed with the safety guarantee on the cage.

Once at sea, they attempt to attract the shark by chumming the water with fish guts and blood. Jaws 1975 Hours pass and Quint sets up a baited line with piano wire and fashions it to a rod secured against a fishing chair. Jaws 1975 He waits as Brody practices his knot work and Hooper plays cards. Jaws 1975 Quint’s line begins to pull and he eases into his chair, quietly fastening straps to his shoulders and adjusting the rod. Jaws 1975 Just when Brody successfully knots his rope, the line jerks forward, taken by something far under. Jaws 1975 Hooper projects that the taker might be a sports fish, like a marlin, but Quint assures them that it’s ‘their’ fish. Jaws 1975 The line is pulled under the boat and Quint marvels at the fish’s clever move until the line completely snaps. Jaws 1975 Quint and Hooper argue over what might have taken the line and Quint suggests that Hooper doesn’t have the education to admit his error; that no regular fish could have severed piano wire. Jaws 1975 Hooper makes a series of dirty faces and climbs up to the bridge.

Later on, and still with no sign of the shark, Brody is assigned to chum duty, a job that he has come to detest. Jaws 1975 As he smokes a cigarette, he scoops out the chum and blindly throws it into the water while casting Quint a contemptuous look. Jaws 1975 Suddenly, the massive shark surfaces, its mouth agape, but only for an instant. Jaws 1975 Brody quickens to a stand, having seen enough of the shark to be fearful. Jaws 1975 He backs slowly into the cabin and tells Quint that he’s ‘going to need a bigger boat’. Jaws 1975 At that moment, Hooper sees the shark begin to circle the boat and Quint rushes out to see it. Jaws 1975 He wages a 25 footer, three tons and orders Hooper and Brody to action. Jaws 1975 Quint grabs his harpoon gun and instructs Hooper to tie the other end of the rope attached to it to one of the large, yellow bins on the boat. Jaws 1975 Quint shoots a total of three harpoons, each trailing a yellow bin, into the shark but it doesn’t show the slightest bit of fatigue and easily disappears below the surface as Hooper manages to attach a tracking device to it.

Quint is at first disdainful towards Hooper after the shark escapes but, that night, the men bond after sharing drinks and comparing scars they’ve received by some of the deep’s more dangerous creatures. Jaws 1975 Hooper and Quint realize they have more in common than they thought and begin to bond. Jaws 1975 Brody points to one scar on Quint and he reveals that he’d had a tattoo removed, a tattoo that represented the US Navy cruiser’Indianapolis’. Jaws 1975 He tells the story of how he was on the ship the day two Japanese torpedoes blasted a hole in the side large enough to sink the ship in minutes. Jaws 1975 Quint and some 1,100 men went in the water but, by the time rescue arrived, only 300 survived, some dying of thirst or exposure but most getting attacked and eaten by sharks. Jaws 1975 Quint’s hatred for sharks is evident, describing them as lifeless with doll’s eyes and how terrible it was to see and hear the men around him picked off. Jaws 1975 Worse yet for him is the survivor’s guilt he feels. Jaws 1975 When help finally did arrive, Quint vowed never to wear a life jacket again. Jaws 1975 As Quint finishes his story, the men sing a sea shanty as the three yellow barrels break the surface of the water outside. Jaws 1975 As they finish their song, the boat is bumped repeatedly and violently by the shark causing minor leaks. Jaws 1975 Quint runs onto deck and fires shots at the fleeing shark, evident only by the barrels trailed in its wake and they quickly disappear beneath the waves.

The next day the hunt for the shark continues. Jaws 1975 When they spot the three barrels floating in the water, Quint instructs Hooper to collect them with a hook and secure the rope to cleats at the stern of the boat. Jaws 1975 The shark begins to swim off again and Hooper’s legs are nearly crushed when the rope is pulled taught. Jaws 1975 Quint drives the boat forward at full throttle but, despite the power, the shark manages to drag the boat backwards, threatening to capsize it, until the cleats rip out of the stern. Jaws 1975 Out of options, and with the barrels no longer attached to the shark, Quint allows Hooper to try a new method. Jaws 1975 Hooper opts to submerge himself in the shark cage, hoping that the shark will swim close enough that he can inject it with a harpoon filled with strychnine nitrate. Jaws 1975 Brody protests but Hooper angrily retorts, "You got any better suggestions?" as he puts on his scuba gear.

In the cage, Hooper is ambushed by the shark which begins to rip the cage apart, making short work of the metal. Jaws 1975 Hooper loses his harpoon but is able to escape and swim down to the reef while the shark destroys the cage. Jaws 1975 Brody and Quint bring up the remains but, before they can do anything, the shark leaps out of the water, landing on the stern, crushing the transom. Jaws 1975 The boat upends and Brody and Quint hang on for dear life as the shark’s jaws gnash and water fills the cabin. Jaws 1975 Quint loses his grip and slides right into the shark’s mouth. Jaws 1975 The jaws come down on Quint’s midsection several times and drags his lifeless body into the sea. Jaws 1975 As the Orca begins to sink, Brody retreats into the cabin and finds one of Hooper’s spare scuba tanks just as the shark barrows through the side, breaking the window. Jaws 1975 Brody beats it on the nose with the tank before throwing the whole thing into its mouth. Jaws 1975 The shark backs away as Brody climbs out of the cabin and climbs onto the boat’s mast with a rifle in his hand. Jaws 1975 As the shark circles again and charges Brody, now lying angled on the mast, he aims the rifle at the shark and fires off a few shots, missing. Jaws 1975 Finally, he takes close aim. Jaws 1975 "Smile, you son of a bitch," he says, and fires, hitting the tank and detonating it in a violent explosion. Jaws 1975 The force rips the shark apart and its body sinks to the sea floor as Brody laughs happily.

Brody grabs hold of a piece of flotsam as Hooper surfaces, unharmed. Jaws 1975 Together they create a makeshift raft and begin paddling back to shore as seagulls descend on the remains of the shark.

"I used to be afraid of the water," Brody admits.

"I can’t imagine why," Hooper replies.


FullCast & Crew

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  • David Brown known as producer
  • Richard D. Jaws 1975 Zanuck known as producer

Watch Online Jaws (1975) Free Film FullCast & Crew:

  • Roy Scheider known as Brody
  • Robert Shaw known as Quint
  • Richard Dreyfuss known as Hooper
  • Lorraine Gary known as Ellen Brody
  • Murray Hamilton known as Vaughn
  • Carl Gottlieb known as Meadows
  • Jeffrey Kramer known as Hendricks (as Jeffrey C. Jaws 1975 Kramer)
  • Susan Backlinie known as Chrissie
  • Jonathan Filley known as Cassidy
  • Ted Grossman known as Estuary Victim
  • Chris Rebello known as Michael Brody
  • Jay Mello known as Sean Brody
  • Lee Fierro known as Mrs. Jaws 1975 Kintner
  • Jeffrey Voorhees known as Alex Kintner
  • Craig Kingsbury known as Ben Gardner
  • Robert Nevin known as Medical Examiner (as Dr. Jaws 1975 Robert Nevin)
  • Peter Benchley known as Interviewer
  • Chris Anastasio known as Out of Towner (uncredited)
  • John Bahr known as Beach Guitarist (uncredited)
  • Gilbert Brand known as Victim (uncredited)
  • Allison Caine known as Additional Townswomen (voice) (uncredited)
  • Jean Canha known as Fat Lady (uncredited)
  • Edwin C. Jaws 1975 Carlson known as Man with Goff (uncredited)
  • Henry Carreiro known as Felix (uncredited)
  • Robert Carroll known as Mr. Jaws 1975 Polk (uncredited)
  • Edward Chalmers Jr. Jaws 1975 known as Mr. Jaws 1975 Denherder (uncredited)
  • Robert Chambers known as Charlie (uncredited)
  • Denise Cheshire known as Swimming Chrissie – First Victim (uncredited)
  • Fritzi Jane Courtney known as Mrs. Jaws 1975 Taft (uncredited)
  • Gregory S. Jaws 1975 Dole known as Sonar Operator (uncredited)
  • Cyprian R. Jaws 1975 Dube known as Mr. Jaws 1975 Posner (uncredited)
  • Stephen Earle known as Converted Extra (uncredited)
  • David Engelbach known as Research Assistant (uncredited)
  • Dorothy Fielding known as Girl in Music Store (uncredited)
  • Francis A. Jaws 1975 Frank known as Boat Rental Man (uncredited)
  • Brendan Gallagher known as Man with Dynamite (uncredited)
  • Elizabeth K. Jaws 1975 Gifford known as Island Wife (uncredited)
  • Willis B. Jaws 1975 Gifford known as Man (uncredited)
  • Alston Goff known as Lynwood Shop Keeper (uncredited)
  • Paul Goulart known as Clarinet Player in Music Store (uncredited)
  • Beardsley Graham known as Mainlander (uncredited)
  • Eleanor L. Jaws 1975 Harvey known as Motorboat Skipper (uncredited)
  • Mike Haydn known as Bonfire Guitarist (uncredited)
  • Richard P. Jaws 1975 Hewitt known as Walter (uncredited)
  • Carla Hogendyk known as Artist (uncredited)
  • Wally Hooper Jr. Jaws 1975 known as Harry (uncredited)
  • Janice T. Jaws 1975 Hull known as Lady Fisherman (uncredited)
  • Stephanie Hull known as Swimming Girl (uncredited)
  • Wayne Iacono known as Spotter (uncredited)
  • Duncan Inches known as Townsperson (uncredited)
  • Joseph G. Jaws 1975 Kraetzer known as Local Merchant (uncredited)
  • Joe La Creta known as Barwood (uncredited)
  • William Lymon known as Ensign (uncredited)
  • Belle McDonald known as Mrs. Jaws 1975 Posner (uncredited)
  • Phil Murray known as Mr. Jaws 1975 Taft (uncredited)
  • Philip Norton known as Mr. Jaws 1975 Stands (uncredited)
  • William O'Gorman known as Man with Dynamite (uncredited)
  • William Pfluger known as Sailboat Skipper (uncredited)
  • Donald Poole known as Frank Silva – Harbor Master (uncredited)
  • Steven Potter known as Man with Dog (uncredited)
  • Beverly Powers known as Topless Swimmer (uncredited)
  • Ayn Ruymen known as Nurse (uncredited)
  • Christopher Sands known as Lifeguard (uncredited)
  • Henry E. Jaws 1975 Scott III known as Man with Rifle (uncredited)
  • Peggy Scott known as Polly (uncredited)
  • John Searle known as Converted Extra (uncredited)
  • Steven Spielberg known as Amity Point Lifestation Worker (voice) (uncredited)
  • Joy Stuart known as Woman Tourist #1 (uncredited)
  • Jerome S. Jaws 1975 Tartar known as Boat Captain (uncredited)
  • Julie Taylor known as Nurse (uncredited)
  • Paul G. Jaws 1975 Thibodeau known as Fisherman in Boat (uncredited)
  • Rex Trailer known as Scout Master (uncredited)
  • Paul F. Jaws 1975 Tremblay known as Deputy #2 (uncredited)
  • Hershel West known as Salvatore (uncredited)
  • Robert Whelden Jr. Jaws 1975 known as Policeman (uncredited)
  • Alfred Wilde known as Harry Wiseman (uncredited)
  • Dick Young known as Pratt (uncredited)



Supporting Department

Makeup Department: Jaws (1975)
  • Del Armstrong known as makeup artist (uncredited)
  • Verne Caruso known as hair stylist (uncredited)
  • Jim Gillespie known as makeup artist (uncredited)

Jaws (1975) Art Department:

  • Mike May known as leadman (uncredited)
  • Frank Nifong known as prop master (uncredited)
  • William A. Jaws 1975 Petrotta known as assistant property master (uncredited)
  • Thomas J. Jaws 1975 Wright known as production illustrator (uncredited)




Watch Online Jaws (1975) Free Film Production Companies:

  • Zanuck/Brown Productions (as Zanuck/Brown)
  • Universal Pictures (uncredited)

Jaws (1975) Free Film Online Other Companies:

  • Chapman/Leonard Studio Equipment  camera cranes and dollies (uncredited)
  • Cinematique  cosmetics
  • Decca Records  soundtrack (uncredited)
  • MCA Records  soundtrack (uncredited)
  • National Geographic Society  the producers gratefully acknowledge the cooperation of (as The National Geographic Society)
  • Panavision  cameras and lenses
  • The Department of Biological Sciences, Stanford University  the producers gratefully acknowledge the cooperation of
  • Universal Title  titles and optical effects
  • Varèse Sarabande  score album (uncredited)

Jaws (1975) Distributors:

  • Universal Pictures (1975) (USA) (theatrical) (as Universal)
  • Cinéma International Corporation (CIC) (1975) (Argentina) (theatrical)
  • Cinema International Corporation (CIC) (1975) (Netherlands) (theatrical)
  • Cinema International Corp. Jaws 1975 (1975) (UK) (theatrical)
  • Cinema International Corporation (CIC) (1976) (France) (theatrical)
  • American Broadcasting Company (ABC) (1979) (USA) (TV)
  • DiscoVision (1981) (USA) (video) (laserdisc)
  • MCA Home Video (1984) (USA) (VHS)
  • MCA/Universal Home Video (1996) (USA) (VHS)
  • MCA/Universal Home Video (1996) (USA) (video) (laserdisc)
  • Universal Pictures Canada (2000) (Canada) (DVD) (as Universal Studios Home Video Canada)
  • Universal Studios Home Video (2000) (USA) (DVD)
  • Argentina Video Home (2005) (Argentina) (DVD) (30th. Jaws 1975 Anniversary Edition)
  • Argentina Video Home (2005) (Argentina) (VHS) (re-edited)
  • Cinéma International Corporation (CIC) (1975) (Sweden) (theatrical)
  • Argentina Video Home (1985) (Argentina) (VHS)
  • Argentina Video Home (2007) (Argentina) (DVD) (1-disc edition)
  • Argentina Video Home (2012) (Argentina) (DVD) (Blu-ray) (Universal's 100th Anniversary Collector's Edition)
  • CIC Video (19??) (Netherlands) (VHS)
  • CIC Vídeo (19??) (Brazil) (VHS)
  • Cinema Foobio (2003) (Japan) (video) (VOD)
  • Esselte CIC Video (19??) (Netherlands) (VHS)
  • Nordisk Film (2000) (Sweden) (DVD)
  • Prem'er Video Fil'm (Russia) (VHS)
  • Universal Home Video (200?) (Brazil) (DVD)
  • Universal Pictures Benelux (2012) (Netherlands) (DVD) (Blu-ray) (Universal's 100th Anniversary Collector's Edition)
  • Universal Pictures Nordic (2004) (Sweden) (DVD)
  • Universal Pictures Nordic (2005) (Sweden) (DVD)
  • Universal Pictures Nordic (2008) (Sweden) (DVD)
  • Universal Pictures Nordic (2011) (Sweden) (DVD)
  • Universal Pictures Nordic (2012) (Sweden) (DVD)
  • Universal Pictures Nordic (2012) (Sweden) (DVD) (Blu-ray)
  • Universal Pictures (2000) (Germany) (DVD)
  • Universal Pictures (2012) (Germany) (DVD) (Blu-ray)
  • Universal Studios Home Entertainment (2012) (USA) (DVD)
  • Universal Studios Home Entertainment (2012) (USA) (DVD) (Blu-ray)
  • Waylen Group (2012) (Taiwan) (video)



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