Jump to navigation Jump to search This article is about the 1954 film. 1954 Japanese science fiction kaiju film featuring Godzilla, produced and distributed by Toho.
Godzilla went into production after a Japanese-Indonesian co-production collapsed. Tsuburaya originally opted for a giant octopus before the filmmakers decided on a dinosaur-inspired creature. Godzilla pioneered a form of special effects called suitmation, in which a stunt actor wearing a suit crushes a miniature set. Principal photography lasted 51 days and special effects lasted 71 days. 183 million during its theatrical run.
In 1956, a heavily re-edited “Americanized” version was released in the United States. A fishing boat from Odo is also destroyed, with one survivor. Odo residents travel to Tokyo to demand disaster relief.
The villagers’ and reporters’ evidence describes damage consistent with something large crushing the village. The government sends paleontologist Kyohei Yamane to lead an investigation on the island, where giant radioactive footprints and a trilobite are discovered. He concludes that Godzilla has been disturbed from its deep underwater natural habitat by underwater hydrogen bomb testing.
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Debate ensues about notifying the public about the danger of the monster. Meanwhile, 17 ships are lost at sea. Ten frigates are dispatched to attempt to kill the monster using depth charges.