Godzilla, King of the Monsters! (1954)
A U.S. newsman (Raymond Burr) in Tokyo recounts the story of a huge dinosaur roused from the sea by an atomic blast.
Viewer Review: "This film is the greatest and most realistic of the 50's creature features. Godzilla is taken seriously by the filmmakers because while the primitive effects are obvious, his actions are like how a real animal reacts to a certain situation like when he approaches the electrical barrier and pauses to look at it curiously or when he snarls at a ringing clock tower because he thinks it might be another animal. He doesn't "attack" Tokyo just for the hell of it, he's just lashing out at whatever attacked him. After Tokyo is destroyed, the scene where the people mourn for the dead and dying truly moved me because the "attack" was treated like an actual disaster. I truly respect that. Long live the King!"
Format: DVD, English Dubbed, Language: Japanese
This DVD is encoded NTSC Region ALL (playable worldwide).
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