Takeo Murata


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Rodan (1957) - They're Going To Have Babies Recuperating from his scare with the big nuclear insects, shown two innocuous eggs by his doting girlfriend Kiyo (Yumi Shirakawa), Shigeru (Kenji Sawara) realizes what he really saw underground, in Inoshiro Honda's Rodan, 1957.
Godzilla Raids Again (1955) - Godzilla Shifting Course All of Osaka is relieved as the title character has apparently headed elsewhere, Miyoko Hoshino the singer in a cabaret where Tsukioka and Hidemi (Hiroshi Koizumi, Setsuko Wakayama) dance, then bad news and all sorts of action, in the first sequel, Godzilla Raids Again, 1955.
Godzilla Raids Again (1955) - That's Anguirus! Thanks to a bunch of idiot convicts trying to escape in a gas truck during the otherwise successful evacuation of Osaka, the title character, who had been lured out to sea with flares, is drawn back by the fireball, but also intercepted by a rival, in Godzilla Raids Again, 1955.
Godzilla, King Of The Monsters (1956) - Fabulous Discovery Dr. Yamane (Takashi Shimura), with daughter Emiko (Momoko Kochi) now leading the expedition on Odo Island, American reporter Steve (Raymond Burr) and sidekick Iwanaga (Frank Iwanaga) observing, as the star makes his first appearance, in Godzilla, King Of The Monsters, 1956, edited from the original 1954 Japanese feature.
Godzilla Raids Again (1955) - It's Now Or Never! Sea-plane tuna-spotter pilot Tsukioka (Hiroshi Koizumi) finds colleague Kobayashi (Mindru Chiaki), landed with engine trouble, off an island near Osaka arrives to rescue when they’re interrupted by the title character, who’s got a new enemy, in the first sequel from Toho Films, Godzilla Raids Again, 1955.
Godzilla, King Of The Monsters (1956) - No Tomorrow Raymond Burr is both the narrator and the American reporter Steve Martin, coming-to amid the rubble of Tokyo, entering the flashback and opening the original American release of Godzilla, King Of The Monsters, 1956, re-edited from Ishiro Honda's Gojira, 1954.
Godzilla, King Of The Monsters (1956) - Tokyo Has No Defense Relatively safe in a newsroom, American reporter Steve (Raymond Burr) sets up his tape recorder, maybe for posterity, as the monster gets down to business in Tokyo, in the original U.S. version of Godzilla, King Of The Monsters, 1956.
Gojira (1954) - What Could Have Caused This? The opening of the original feature by Ishiro Honda for Toho Films, with trouble at sea, followed by the introduction of Akira Takarada as sea salvage worker Hideo and Momoko Kôchi as girlfriend Emiko, in Gojira, 1954, re-cut and released two years later in the U.S. as Godzilla.
Godzilla, King Of The Monsters (1956) - Unexplainable Phenomenon After a night of big trouble on an outlying island, American reporter Steve (Raymond Burr) returns with the natives to Tokyo, wise Dr. Yamame (Takashi Shimura) offering testimony, his first appearance, in the original Godzilla, King Of The Monsters, 1956.