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Godzilla: Tokyo SOS

Original Title:
ゴジラ×モスラ×メカゴジラ 東京SOS
© 2003 TOHO © 2003 TOHO

Story

In its struggle against Godzilla a year earlier, Mechagodzilla lost its right arm and its major weapon, Absolute Zero, and sustained injury to 37 percent of its body. It is now under repair at an underground dock at the Self-Defense Corps Hachioji Base. As Yoshito Nakajo, a member of the repair team, enjoys summer vacation at his uncle’s villa with a nephew, Shun, he is unexpectedly visited by a pair of fairies from Infant Island, who give him some advice: “Producing a battling robot from Godzilla’s bones is a terrible mistake.” According to the fairies, if Godzilla appears, Mothra will come to fight the giant reptile to save humankind. “Please return Godzilla’s bones to the sea,” they plead. “Otherwise, Mothra will have to stand against human beings!” The fairies’ mysterious information worries Yoshito as he continues with his repairing work. His uncle advises Prime Minister Igarashi to shelve the Mechagodzilla project, but in vain.
Meanwhile, a series of mysterious incidents occur: The carcass of a giant monster drifts ashore on the Pacific coast of Japan and a U.S. nuclear sub disappears without a trace. This heralds the return of Godzilla to Tokyo. The Biochemical Self-Defense Corps lures Godzilla to the devastated seaside area, the scene of a previous battle with the monster. But Shun tries to call Mothra the way his uncle did 43 years earlier. Godzilla destroys the populated seaside zone and lumbers to Hachioji. Shinichi and Shun are about to be crushed under a collapsing building when Mothra flaps to the rescue.
With the two monsters on the rampage in Tokyo, the Prime Minister finally orders Mechagodzilla, which is not yet fully repaired, to join the battle to save the capital from destruction.
As the combat among the three monsters begins, new giant monsters are heading for Tokyo. Is it man’s friend or foe? What will become of Tokyo? The final battle of monsters sets the stage for an unimaginable catastrophe.

Monsters on Screen

Weapons in screen

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Data

Executive Producer
Shogo Tomiyama
Director
Masaaki Tezuka
Screenplay
Masahiro Yokotani
Masaaki Tezuka
Music
Michiru Oshima
Special Effects
Eiichi Asada
Cast
Noboru Kaneko
Mitsuki Koga
Miho Yoshioka
Masami Nagasawa
Chihiro Otsuka
Ko Takasugi
Hiroshi Koizumi
Akira Nakao
Takeo Nakahara
Koichi Ueda
Toru Masuoka
Koji Shimizu
Release Date in Japan
2003.12.13
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