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King Kong vs. Godzilla (1962)

Cast: Michael Keith, Michael Keith, James Yagi, more...
Director: Thomas Montgomery, Thomas Montgomery, Ishiro Honda, more...
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Studio: Good Times Video
Genre: Science Fiction , Killer Critters, Fantasy, Kaiju Eiga
Running Time: 92 min.
Languages: English
Subtitles: English, Spanish, French
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Synopsis
This preposterous battle between the huge ape King Kong and the fire-breathing dinosaur Gojira marked the beginning of Toho Studios aiming their monster films at children rather than general audiences. Director Ishiro Honda stages the battle scenes atop Mt. Fuji for laughs, as the two lovable beasts play ball with a large boulder and generally behave like professional wrestlers horsing around for the camera. Persistent rumors claim that there exist two different endings to this film, with Godzilla winning in the Japanese version and Kong prevailing in the American print. These rumors are incorrect, as Kong wins in both versions. Gojira survived to battle Mothra the following year in Mosura Tai Gojira, while the Asian Kong returned in King Kong No Gyakushu (1967). ~ Robert Firsching, All Movie Guide

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