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Robert Stuart 4 years ago
Raymond Burr is a great addition in the U.S. version of Godzilla.
Angela Ka 4 years ago
Matthew Bettencourt over 5 years ago
Godzilla, King of the Monsters! is a 1956 Japanese/American black-and-white science fiction kaiju film. It is an "Americanized" version of the original Godzilla film, which had previously been shown subtitled in the United States in Japanese community theaters only, and was not known in Europe. For the American production, the original Japanese footage was dubbed into the English language and new footage was shot with actor Raymond Burr. Although a handful of independent, low-budget films had previously been filmed in Japan after World War II by American companies and featuring Japanese players in the cast, Godzilla represented the first to present Japanese in principal, heroic roles or as sympathetic victims of the destruction of Tokyo (albeit by a fictional dinosaur) to the American public in a commercial release given A-picture status and bookings. It was this film that introduced audiences outside of Japan to Godzilla and labeled the monster as the king of monsters. The revised...
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