Earthquakes in central Korea turn out to be the work of Yongary, a prehistoric gasoline-eating reptile that soon goes on a rampage through Seoul.
A Monster from another age ... with terrifying destructive powers ...
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Curiously, almost all of the vehicles in this film are not Asian, but rather are American made: Plymouths, Cadillacs, and even a mid-60's Chevy Corvair convertible. See more
When Yongary breathes fire, a clearly visible cylindrical metal nozzle replaces its waggling tongue. See more
You got here a bit too late, sir. They're going to hit Yongary any minute. They'll be using guided missiles. You better go. They're going to hit Yongary any minute. They'll be using guided missiles. You better go.
The US version of the film has had three slightly different title/end sequences. 1. The new region 1 MGM widescreen dvd had no titles on the film print. MGM did their best to match the previous 1960s version font and style 2. The public domain dvd released by St. Clair vision features the original titles sequence and has the wording of "American international tv Presents" in small lettering above the Yongary title 3. The public domain dvd released by Alpha video also has the original 60s title sequence, however the aip wording of "American international tv presents" is not present on their print. It just shows the title of the film. The end credit sequence is both the same for the alpha and St clair dvd versions. The MGM edition is slightly different See more
13 August 1967 (South Korea)
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Also Known As:
Yongary, Monster from the Deep
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Aspect Ratio: 2.35 : 1
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