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Gorath, released in Japan as Calamity Star Gorath (妖星ゴラス, Yosei Gorasu), is a Japanese science fiction tokusatsu film produced by Toho in 1962. The story for Gorath was by Jojiro Okami. The film depicts a runaway star on a collision course with Earth in the then-future decade of the 1980s. Even though it's smaller than Earth, with a mass over 6,000 times bigger than Earth, it will destroy the planet if it smashes into the planet. Now, as massive earthquakes and tsunamis crush Tokyo and kill millions, and as volcanic eruptions devastate entire areas around the globe, the people of planet Earth have to find a way to move the earth out of orbit before the star smashes it. Maguma is a fictional kaiju (giant monster) featured in the Japanese science fiction tokusatsu film Gorath, released by Toho in 1962. Based upon the walrus and named after subterranean molten rock (magma), the Maguma suit was designed by special effects director Eiji Tsuburaya, and worn by stuntman Haruo Nakajima, who...
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