Monday, January 10, 2011

Mothra, Gamera, Rodan, Gappa, King Kong, Yog and More!

Rodan! The Flying Monster (RKO, 1957). Australian

For day two of Godzilla week I present to you an assortment of posters for giant Japanese monster films, all related to Godzilla in one way or another.

Rodan! The Flying Monster (Toho_ DCA, 1957)

Rodan! The Flying Monster (Toho/ DCA, 1957)

Rodan! The Flying Monster (RKO, 1957). Belgian

The X from Outer Space (Uchû daikaijû Girara) (1967, Japan)

The X from Outer Space (Constantin Film, 1968). German

Gappa, The Triphibian Monsters (Nikkatsu, 1967). Italian

Gappa 1967

Gappa, The Triphibian Monsters (Nikkatsu, 1967)

Yog Monster From Space 1971

Yog, Monster from Space (American International, 1970) 2

Yog, Monster from Space (Toho, 1971)

Frankenstein Conquers the World (American International, 1966)

Frankenstein Conquers the World (Toho, 1966)

 Frankenstein Conquers the World / Frankenstein vs Baragon (Toho, 1966)

Mothra (Columbia, 1962)

Mothra (Toho, 1996)

Gamera VS Barugon 1966

Giant Monster Gamera (Daiei, 1965)

Gamera vs. Jiger (Daiei, 1970)

Destroy All Planets / Gamera vs Viras (Daiei, 1968)

Gamera vs. Barugon (American International, 1966) German

War of the Gargantuas (In Cine, 1966). Spanish

War of the Gargantuas (Les Films Marbeuf, 1966). French

War of the Gargantuas_Monster Zero Combo (UPA, 1966)

War of the Gargantuas (Toho, 1968). German

King Kong Escapes (Toho, 1967)

King Kong Escapes (Toho, R-1976) Argentinean

King Kong Escapes (Universal, 1968)

King Kong Escapes (Toho, 1967) Italian

King Kong Escapes (Toho, 1967). Italian 2

The Mysterians 1959

3 comments:

wassonii said...

Beautiful! Thank you.

buzz said...

All tres, tres cool! But a couple of questions...

What did Toho have to say about the French & Italians incorporating Gappa & Gamaera into the Godzillaverse?

Any explanation for the music around the edges of the Japanese KING KONG ESCAPES poster?

prof. grewbeard said...

A CAVALCADE OF AWESOMENESS!