Godzilla's Revenge DVD (1969)
A bullied schoolboy dreams of traveling to Monster Island, where Godzilla's son, Minya, is also dealing with the the problems associated with bullying. Also known as 'All Monsters Attack'. Delivered sealed in case with artwork as shown.
Viewer Review: "This movie is great for family viewing! It movie is by far the most child-friendly of all the Godzilla movies. It mimics the life of a Japanese boy, who looks up to Godzilla, as a hero. It is about a child growing up without enough exposure to his parents. Child actor Tomonori Yazaki is wonderful as Ichiro (whose name simply means "first male child"). His parents are simply stuck in their situation. They must work to support Ichiro, but in doing so, they are unable to raise him. Instead, he is cared for by a neighboring toymaker. This a kid's film it's really very good, perhaps a perfect film for parents to introduce Godzilla to their children! Highly recommended - great for family viewing!
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This DVD is encoded NTSC Region ALL (playable worldwide).
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