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
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The balloon used by the heroes to lift up the wire to the top of the tower has a slightly pointy tip because it's not inflated entirely, but when it cuts to the miniature model, the balloon is almost perfectly round. See more »
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 »
Hilarious Godzilla film, which features not only Godzilla, but 3 other monsters too. as if that wasn't enough, Godzilla and his buddy, Angillis, talk. Yep, thats right, they T-A-L-K. Talk. This one is crammed with stock footage, but it all seems to come together. Contains Wild monster fights, cock-roach aliens, and a Japanese hippie! At the end they play a Japanese song that's probably an ode to Godzilla. Wild. Although this one is often under-rated, I think it's pretty darn good, but that's probably because this is the first 70's Godzilla film I saw. Almost as funny as "Godzilla vs. the Smog Monster"!
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