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Salamanders In Movies

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This is an alphabetical list of movies in this category for those who want to browse by category instead of by the main list.

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Golden Salamander (1950) 

The Greek inscription on an ancient statue of a salamander inspires a man to do the right thing, even though the statue is really a depiction of a lizard.
The Golden Salamander
Jules and Jim (1962) 

Jules is a naturalist who keeps newts in a wash basin in his house in France.
Jules and Jim
Leolo (1993) 

Leolo keeps Eastern Newts in jars in the basement.
Mandy (2018)

A man determined to revenge his murdered wife has a dream about her then wakes up to see a salamander on a rock.
Mandy Screenshot
The Salamander (1981)

The mysterious "Salamander" leaves a picture of a salamander with his victims because salamanders represent justice and can survive fire, but even that can't make salamanders cool.
The Salamander
Tales of Terror (1962) 

A drunk hallucinates a bunch of creatures blocking his cellar stairs including an Amphiuma.
Tales of Terror
The Tree of Life (2011)

Boys tie a Gulf Coast Toad to a fireworks rocket and light the fuse.
The Tree of Life
A Trip to the Moon ("Le voyage dans la lune") (1902) 

A space capsule lands in an ocean populated by newts.
Trip to the Moon
True Blood (TV Series 2008...) 

A neotenic salamander seen underwater begins the opening credits montage.
True Blood

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