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  • Godzilla vs. King Ghidorah
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  • Godzilla vs. King Ghidorah (ゴジラVSキングギドラ Gojira tai Kingu Gidora) is a film directed by Kazuki Ōmori.
  • The eighteenth Godzilla film and the third in the Heisei series. Though Godzilla vs. Biollante was a creative film, it didn't exactly get in the yen. After some legal rangling with King Kong, Toho settled on King Ghidorah. The film explored the origins of Godzilla, and the plot was influenced by Japan's growing influence and the fear that Japan Takes Over the World. This wasn't helped with the portrayal of American soldiers in World War II and the antagonists being Western Terrorists from the future, though the director said it wasn't an Anti-American film. At any rate, this entry did well at the box office, inspiring the return of other old Godzilla foes in future films.
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  • Godzilla vs. Mothra
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  • Godzilla vs. Biollante
Music By
Edited by
  • Michiko Ikeda
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Runtime
  • 6180.0
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preceded
  • Godzilla vs. Biollante
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  • Yoshinori Sekiguchi
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  • Godzilla vs. King Ghidorah
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  • 6000.0
  • 6180.0
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  • Theatrical poster to Godzilla vs. King Ghidorah
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  • Toho Company Ltd.
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  • 1.45E9
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  • Gojira buiesu Kingu Gidora
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  • #919191
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IMDB ID
  • 101962
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Released
  • 1991-12-14
Directed By
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  • Godzilla vs. Mothra
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  • Kazuki Omori
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  • #000000
Rating
  • Not rated
Budget
  • 1.5E9
Writer
  • Kazuki Ōmori
Director
Production Design by
  • Okihiro Yoneda
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  • The eighteenth Godzilla film and the third in the Heisei series. Though Godzilla vs. Biollante was a creative film, it didn't exactly get in the yen. After some legal rangling with King Kong, Toho settled on King Ghidorah. The film explored the origins of Godzilla, and the plot was influenced by Japan's growing influence and the fear that Japan Takes Over the World. This wasn't helped with the portrayal of American soldiers in World War II and the antagonists being Western Terrorists from the future, though the director said it wasn't an Anti-American film. At any rate, this entry did well at the box office, inspiring the return of other old Godzilla foes in future films. People come from the future to offer to erase Godzilla from history. After observing the dinosaur that would become the King of the Monster save a Japanese brigade from the Americans, they teleport Godzillasaurus into the sea. But another monster takes his place: King Ghidorah, a mutation of three pets of the future called Dorats. The Futurians use King Ghidorah to terrorize Japan, so as to prevent the Japanese Empire from being born. With the help of a renegade Futurian, our human heroes lay their hopes in reviving Godzilla. But would it be wise in reviving such a destruction monster? And if the past had been changed, why can they still remember the King of the Monsters...
  • Godzilla vs. King Ghidorah (ゴジラVSキングギドラ Gojira tai Kingu Gidora) is a film directed by Kazuki Ōmori.
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