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Brucetta
Background information
Appears in

Jaws the Third / Jaws 3 / Jaws III

Feature firsts
Feature lasts
Character information
Full name Brucetta Shark
Gender Female
Status
Cause of death Explosion released grenade by c00chie man
Other names Jaws the Third, Jaws 3, Jaws III
Occupation
Relatives

Bruce (grandfather; deceased)
Brucette (grandmother; deceased)
Vengeance (father; deceased)
Jaws (brother/mate; alive)
Baby Shark aka Danny (son; deceased)

Relationships
Allies Bruce sharky
Appearances Jaws 3-D
Portrayed by

Brucetta (a.k.a Jaws the Third / Jaws 3 / Jaws III ) is the nickname for the female shark depicted in the film Jaws 3-D and serves as the main antagonist. Just when you thought it was safe, Jaws strikes revenge as Brucetta the shark, killing everyone in her way!

Character attributes[edit | edit source]

In many respects, some critics have noted that this shark can be empathized with in so far as it being a wild animal held captive in a waterpark against its will due to the greed of the park operators. Thereby, justifying its want to escape and the subsequent carnage left in its wake. In this respect, the film can be compared to other mega rampaging monster flicks like King Kong.

Additionally, Brucetta is by far the largest shark in the entire franchise, measuring 35 feet long and weighing up to 5 tons.

Role in Jaws 3-D[edit | edit source]

Brucetta and her child are held captive at Sea World. After Brucetta kills diver Shelby Overman and two coral thieves in cold blood, as well as terrorizing several park visitors, Mike "Michael" Brody is able to use a metal pole to pull the pin out of the grenade in her mouth, blowing Brucetta's head apart and killing her. Bits of her jaws are then shown floating towards the screen.

Human Victims[edit | edit source]

Animal Victims[edit | edit source]

  • Grouper: Bitten in half.

Surviving Victims[edit | edit source]

Family[edit | edit source]

Following the franchise story arc and lineage, this shark is believed to have been the granddaughter of the shark seen in the first film Jaws, or a separate shark altogether. At roughly 35 feet, she is also the one largest sharks yet seen in the Jaws Franchise, tied with the shark from Jaws: Unleashed.

Notes[edit | edit source]

Brucetta is the only shark who have not doing female victims.

Jaws Shark Family Tree

Gallery[edit | edit source]

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