How A Fishing Boat Disaster Created ‘Godzilla’ | The Art Of Film

“Godzilla” has long reigned as the king of all monster movies. But it’s 1954 original was more a horror film than a monster film. It’s widely recognized as a landmark film in Japanese cinema and deals with America’s testing and use of nuclear bombs on Japanese soil. And it was one fishing boat disaster that ultimately led to the creation of “Godzilla.”

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How A Fishing Boat Disaster Created ‘Godzilla’ | The Art Of Film


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