Tintorera Killer Shark (1977)


Directed by: René Cardona Jr.

Stars: Susan George, Hugo Stiglitz, Andrés García

Language: English + Commentary (2nd track) | Subtitles: English (embed)

Country: Mexico | Imdb Info | Ar: 1.85:1 | Brrip

Also known as: Tintorera… Tiger Shark

Description: Two shark hunters flirt with an attractive British lady while hunting down a large tiger shark terrorizing the Mexican East coast.

Preview Cut Version

4.26GB | 87:14mins | 1280×694 | mkv | English | Sub: English



=========Alternate 126 Version=======
The USA original release was heavily edited from the original 126-minute version which eliminates most of the opening sub-plots including Steven in a hospital bed in Houston after falling ill at work and his doctor advising a vacation, and Miguel first meeting and romancing Anita and the introduction of Kelly and Cynthia hitching a ride to Cancun in an orange truck and being attacked by the two occupants.


3.55GB | 126:08mins | 948×720 | mkv | Spanish, Portuguese (2tracks) | Sub: Portuguese, English

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12 Responses to Tintorera Killer Shark (1977)

  1. TonyCinemaLover says:

    I love the romantic ballad Together Until Goodbye ,the love song that concludes the film

  2. Anthony says:

    English only subs for 126 minute version.


  3. Anthony says:

    I have extracted the subtitles and removed the Spanish language subs for English audio sections, renumbered everything so that it now just shows the English subs for the spanish language audio.

    How do I get this file to you and others on here?
    Do you have an email I can reach you by?

  4. Ali says:

    Not really a “cut version,” just the alternate North American cut of the film. It’s not censored at all, and the widescreen restoration is really gorgeous; the beach scenes, and especially those underwater sequences really look stunning. Thank you for the upgrade, and for sharing both versions of the film..they are both great..

  5. HorrorSpeak says:

    Thank you so much!

  6. Phaota says:

    Commentary is with author/film historian Troy Howarth and Rod Barnett of the podcast, NaschyCast.

  7. lock says:

    Didn’t even know there was an uncut version of this classic. thanks!

  8. jo cheeseman says:

    upgraded. thanks

  9. rarelust says:


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