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Kaijû sôshingeki
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Parents Guide for
Destroy All Monsters (1968) More at IMDbPro »Kaijû sôshingeki (original title)

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A shootout. Blood is seen when one man is shot in the stomach and another is shot in the head.

A man commits suicide by jumping out a window. We later see him undergoing his autopsy with a slightly gorey scar around his neck. It is nothing too extreme.

Earings are ripped off a woman's ear. Some blood drips from her one ear.

When the monsters battle King Ghidorah, he gets a little bloody.

Very little.

Nothing too frightening. Okay for ages 9 and up.


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