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  • Gorgo (film)
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  • Gorgo is a 1961 British science fiction giant monster film. Directed by Eugène Lourié, it tells the story of an underwater monster's capture off the coast of Ireland. The monster is taken to London to be featured as a circus attraction. The film borrows elements from other monster movies, such as Godzilla and King Kong. It was also featured in an episode of the cult movie-mocking television show Mystery Science Theater 3000.
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Starring
Fantasy
  • y
Date
  • 1960
  • 1962
  • vol. 1:
  • Summer 1963 – Fall 1964
  • Vol. 2 Gorgo's Revenge:
  • Vol. 3 Gorgo's Return:
Editing
  • Eric Boyd-Perkins
Runtime
  • 4320.0
  • 4680.0
ongoing
  • y
Producer
Issues
  • 1
  • 2
  • 23
  • Vol. 2:
  • Vol.1:
Country
  • United Kingdom
Name
  • Gorgo
Type
  • Dark
  • Fire
designs
Caption
  • 1961
  • Cover to issue No. 4 of Gorgo published by Charlton Comics. Art by Steve Ditko.
  • The British poster for Gorgo
eproducer
Language
  • English, Irish
main char team
  • Gorgo
Cinematography
endmo
  • Sep.
Title
  • Gorgo
Music
startyr
  • 1960
Gross
  • $???,???,???
subcat
  • Charlton Comics
Distributor
  • Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
  • United Kingdom:
  • United States:
  • British Lion-Columbia Distributors
  • British Lion-Columbia Ltd
endyr
  • 1965
ID
  • 54938
Released
  • 1961-03-29
  • 1961-10-27
  • United Kingdom:
  • United States:
Artists
Schedule
  • Bimonthly
Composer
  • Angelo F. Lavagnino
Writers
Rating
  • Unrated
Publisher
Budget
  • $???,???,???
Writer
  • Daniel James
  • Eugène Lourié
  • Robert L. Richards
Director
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  • Gorgo
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  • Gorgo is a 1961 British science fiction giant monster film. Directed by Eugène Lourié, it tells the story of an underwater monster's capture off the coast of Ireland. The monster is taken to London to be featured as a circus attraction. The film borrows elements from other monster movies, such as Godzilla and King Kong. It was also featured in an episode of the cult movie-mocking television show Mystery Science Theater 3000.