Jun Fukuda


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Godzilla Vs. Mechagodzilla (1974) - It Doesn't Add Up! Godzilla, who’s been on good terms with humans lately, is inexplicably raging around Gotemba, as engineer Keisuke (Masaaki Daimon) rushes to get there, and stranger still, he fights with friendly Anguirus, but there’s this strange gleaming under his skin, in Godzilla Vs. Mechagodzilla, 1974.
Godzilla Vs. Mechagodzilla (1974) - Two Monsters Will Join Forces Meeting by chance on a jet from Okinawa to Tokyo, archaeologist Saeko (Reiko Tajima) and engineer Keisuke (Masaaki Daimon) puzzle over a hieroglyph and the statue she found in his mine, meet a strange guy in shades (Shin Kishida), then professor Wagura (Hiroshi Koizumi), who happens to be a relation, in Godzilla Vs. Mechagodzilla, 1974.
Godzilla Vs. Mechagodzilla (1974) - A Cyborg? Previously-friendly Godzilla’s mysterious rampage continues at a refinery, brothers Keisuke and Masahiko (Masaaki Daimon, Kazuya Aoyama), arriving with professor Miyajima (Akihiko Hiraka, with daughter Hiromi Matsushita) who figures it out when a second monster appears, but no explanation for a dude (Goro Mutsu Mutsumi) in some command center, in Godzilla Vs. Mechagodzilla, 1974.
Godzilla Vs. Megalon (1973) - On Faraway Monster Island Opening the 13th feature in the Toho Films Ltd. franchise, made on a tighter schedule and budget, with narration referring to the actual American Cannikin nuclear test, the hero is aroused, and trouble for his cohabitants Rodan and Anguirus who fall into some kind of crack, in Godzilla Vs. Megalon, 1973.
Godzilla Vs. Megalon (1973) - Over Three Million Years Old Scientist Goro, with nephew Rokuro and buddy Hiroshi (Katsuhiko Sasaki, Hiroyuki Kawase, Yukata Hayashi) are puzzling over the burglars who escaped when they arrived at his extra-mod home, analyzing a button they grabbed, noting progress on the robot, and getting some Easter Island dates way wrong, in Godzilla Vs. Megalon, 1973.
Godzilla Vs. Megalon (1973) - I Will Unleash Megalon! We’re suddenly inside subterranean Seatopia (probably beneath Easter Island) where the boss guy (Robert Dunham) has gotten the green light from agents on earth to loose the (title) monster they’ve been keeping stashed, after nuclear tests messed up their kingdom, in Godzilla Vs. Megalon, 1973.
Godzilla Vs. Megalon (1973) - Godzilla's Come! The enemies from undersea have gotten Gigan (with the spines) to team up with Megalon to clobber the not too clever and just now up-sized good guy robot Jet Jaguar, created by Goro (Katsuhiko Sasaki, observing with friends Hiroyuki Kawase and Yukata Hayashi ), when the friendly champion arrives, to maybe save the day, in Godzilla Vs. Megalon, 1973.
Son Of Godzilla (1967) - A Baby Godzilla! Research team member Morio and journalist Goro (Kenji Sahara, Akira Kubo) are staking out the giant mutant mantis-es when the title character appears, at which time Furukawa (Yoshio Tsuchiya) finally snaps, just in time to see the big guy arrive, in Son Of Godzilla, 1967.
Son Of Godzilla (1967) - Open, It's Godzilla! Cold open at sea somewhere near Japan, a ship crew (we won’t see again) caught in a storm sees the hero appear unexpectedly, in the eighth feature in the Toho Films franchise, released in Japan in late 1967 but not in the U.S. until 1969, Son Of Godzilla.