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Frankenstein Conquers the World (Furankenshutain tai chitei kaijû Baragon) (1965)

Frankenstein Conquers the World
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Tadao Takashima Tadao Takashima
Dr. Yuzo Kawaji
Nick Adams Nick Adams
Dr. James Bowen
Kumi Mizuno Kumi Mizuno
Dr. Sueko Togami
Yoshio Tsuchiya Yoshio Tsuchiya
Mr. Kawai
Kôji Furuhata Kôji Furuhata
Jun Tazaki Jun Tazaki
Military Advisor
Susumu Fujita Susumu Fujita
Osaka Police Chief
Takashi Shimura Takashi Shimura
Axis Scientist

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Reuben Bercovitch Reuben Bercovitch
Takeshi Kimura Takeshi Kimura


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6 years ago at Apr 7 9:59
If you are a fan of the Toho Monster/Fantasy movies this is worth a look. I would reccomed the uncut Japanese version over the English language dub. I think it's entertaining but there are some serious lapses in logic. Then again it's a movie about a giant monster called Frankenstein not "The Godfather".
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Description: The still-beating, disembodied heart of Frankenstein's monsters was transported from Nazi Germany to Japan for experimentation during World War II. Several years later, a feral boy is running rampant through Hiroshima, killing and feasting on small animals. This causes alarm and arouses the curiosity of an American scientist, Dr. Bowen (Nick Adams), and his assistant (Kumi Mizuno) who take the boy into their care. Soon, the boy is growing at an alarming rate and exhibiting incomparable strength. The scientists only have one explanation: this is the mutated monster of Frankenstein himself! But this town isn't big enough for two m ... (more)
Release date: 8 July 1966
Tags: Toho (2), Kaiju (2), FE (1), Frankenstein's Monster (1), Sci-fi (1), Horror (1), Foreign Language (1), 1965 (1), Giant Monsters (1)
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