Godzilla vs Hedorah DVD (1971)
Godzilla fights pollution in the form of living sludge found by a scientist (Akira Yamauchi) and his son (Hiroyuki Kawase). Also known as 'Godzilla vs. The Smog Monster'. Delivered sealed in case with artwork as shown on our site.
Viewer Review: "Pollution was a big concern in the late sixties and early seventies, and this film has the most powerful images of anti-pollution propaganda that I have seen in any film! Add to this, a bizarre mix of dancing disco hippie chicks singing "Save the Earth", with real images of the horrendous pollution in Japan and things like spontaneous animated clips...and you have THE most unique of the Godzilla films ever made! But don't worry! There is plenty of all-monster-wrestling!! If you are a huge fan of the big "G", like I am, this is the most interesting variation on the standard zilla plot. And a refreshing, bizarre and disturbing mix of imagery!! I gave it a 10 of 10 because it is my favorite of all the Godzilla movies. Highly recommended."
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Language: Japanese w/English subtitles.
This DVD is encoded NTSC Region ALL (playable worldwide).
Usually ships in 1-3 days from the United States via USPS w/tracking.