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Rare classic movies on DVD! Our DVD-Rs are region-free, studio titles are Region 1.

Attack Of The Monsters (1969) On DVD

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Actor:          Nobuhiro Kajima, Miyuki Akiyama, Christopher Murphy, Yuko Hamada, Eiji Funakoshi
Director:      Noriaki Yuasa
Genre:          Sci-Fi & Fantasy
Year:             1969
Studio:          Alpha Video
Length:         80
Released:    November 18, 2003
Rating:          Not Rated
Format:         DVD (NTSC/Region 1)
Misc:              Color
Language:    German
Subtitles  :    N/A




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Gamera, the giant prehistoric turtle, sworn to protect the Earth, follows two boys to a hostile planet where brain-eating aliens have taken them prisoner. Gamera battles with Guiron, a giant knife-faced monster, in a struggle to save the kids. The boys discover the aliens' plan to conquer Earth, which compels them to rouse Gamera to a final deadly battle with the space monster.


Attack of the Monsters, originally released as Gamera Tai Daikaiju Giron, has long been a fan favorite and is widely considered the best entry in the series. The schoolboys' bravery, Guiron's fierceness, and Gamera's daring rescue make for a memorable, exciting kaiju film.


Gamera, the giant turtle with a soft spot for children, returns in this sequel to the original, GAMERA VS. GUIRON. Here, two boys, Akio and Tom, stumble upon a UFO and unwisely get in and start pushing buttons. Not surprisingly, the ship launches the boys into outer space where they are saved from certain death by Gamera. Landing on a planet inhabited only by two evil twin women who call themselves Terrans, the two boys find themselves about to become these Terran's main course. Of course, Gamera shows up to defend the two tykes and is challenged by the twins' pet monster. Thoroughly bizarre and somewhat surreal, ATTACK OF THE MONSTERS is a highly entertaining monster film that is a delight for fans of camp.

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Actor:          Nobuhiro Kajima, Miyuki Akiyama, Christopher Murphy, Yuko Hamada, Eiji Funakoshi
Director:      Noriaki Yuasa
Genre:          Sci-Fi & Fantasy
Year:             1969
Studio:          Alpha Video
Length:         80
Released:    November 18, 2003
Rating:          Not Rated
Format:         DVD (NTSC/Region 1)
Misc:              Color
Language:    German
Subtitles  :    N/A


DESCRIPTION:

Gamera, the giant prehistoric turtle, sworn to protect the Earth, follows two boys to a hostile planet where brain-eating aliens have taken them prisoner. Gamera battles with Guiron, a giant knife-faced monster, in a struggle to save the kids. The boys discover the aliens' plan to conquer Earth, which compels them to rouse Gamera to a final deadly battle with the space monster.

Attack of the Monsters, originally released as Gamera Tai Daikaiju Giron, has long been a fan favorite and is widely considered the best entry in the series. The schoolboys' bravery, Guiron's fierceness, and Gamera's daring rescue make for a memorable, exciting kaiju film.

Gamera, the giant turtle with a soft spot for children, returns in this sequel to the original, GAMERA VS. GUIRON. Here, two boys, Akio and Tom, stumble upon a UFO and unwisely get in and start pushing buttons. Not surprisingly, the ship launches the boys into outer space where they are saved from certain death by Gamera. Landing on a planet inhabited only by two evil twin women who call themselves Terrans, the two boys find themselves about to become these Terran's main course. Of course, Gamera shows up to defend the two tykes and is challenged by the twins' pet monster. Thoroughly bizarre and somewhat surreal, ATTACK OF THE MONSTERS is a highly entertaining monster film that is a delight for fans of camp.

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