I saw it on cable as a kid in the 80s and I was scared to death swimming in the local lake. It re-surfaced for me when I lived and surfed in San Francisco back in the late 90s. That damn music came into my head every time I got in the water.
I wonder how the movie would have done if the shark worked properly and they didn't have to go to the "don't show the shark until late in the movie" strategy? Probably one of the better outcomes for a movie screwup.
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