Aliens from space plan to conquer the world using space monsters Gigan and King Ghidrah, which they control from their secret headquarters inside the head of the Godzilla-replica building at a theme park. The only thing that can stop them is the combined efforts of Godzilla and Anguirus. Written by
Todd A. Bobenrieth <TAB146@PSUVM.EDU>
Toho planned for the movie to be a return to form after Godzilla vs. Hedorah (1971) baffled moviegoers and got its director banned from the series. The movie came about after attempts to make another Hedorah movie failed. See more »
Due to stock footage from earlier movies being used, the sky often changes from day to night. See more »
Children's Land? Is that some sort of a fancy name for a lunatic asylum?
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In the opening credits of the Japanese version, colorful lasers shoot from different directions, and pop up into strips within which each credit appears in white text. In the English versions, only the sound FX of the lasers are heard (standard text credits were used). See more »
I am a huge Godzilla fan, I grew up with Godzilla, I just love seeing this awesome monster just destroy cities and fighting other monsters. I like his enemies as well but Godzilla is the Icon!
This Godzilla film is a great one. The story is very good and I really love the way Godzilla looks in this film. I love it when he roars and moves his tail. The big G is joined by Angilas and he is great and I love it when he roars as well! As for his enemies Gigan and King Ghidorah, they too is awesome. I love it when they roar. The fights between the two monsters is really good. The acting by the film's human stars are also good. The music is just excellent! I really love this Godzilla film for many reasons and its arguably the best! If you love Godzilla I strongly recommend that you do what I did and buy Godzilla vs. Gigan today!
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