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S2 E1 (E14) - "Calico Clones" - September 15, 1979
While on their way to visit an oil rig, the team is captured by a mad scientist who has the knowledge to clone people and animals. He plans to make clones of the team and Godzooky and use them to steal the oil and make him a fortune. The team has to escape and alert Godzilla.
S2 E2 (E15) - "MicroGodzilla" - September 22, 1979
While helping the team get out of a hurricane, Godzilla wanders through a mysterious pink fog. Before long, the strange fog causes Godzilla to start shrinking. Even worse, a housefly also went through the fog, is now growing to gigantic proportions and seems to be targeting Brock and Godzooky. The others must find a way to get Godzilla and the housefly back to their normal sizes.
S2 E2 (E16) - 3"Ghost Ship" - September 29, 1979
The team makes a fascinating discovery: a German U-boat from World War I trapped in an iceberg. After Godzilla frees it, the team is shocked to see the crew of the U-boat are still alive and that they also believe that the war is still going on. They manage to convince them that the war is over, but then a giant octopus attacks the U-boat, with Pete and Brock inside. Godzilla must stop the octopus before the U-boat is destroyed.
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Godzilla: Final Wars (ゴジラ FINAL WARS, Gojira Fainaru Wōzu)
Directed by Ryuhei Kitamura
Screenplay by Isao Kiriyama, Wataru Mimura
Produced by Shogo Tomiyama
Starring Masahiro Matsuoka, Rei Kikukawa, Don Frye, Maki Mizuno, Kazuki Kitamura, Kane Kosugi, Kumi Mizuno, Kenji Sahara, Masami Nagasawa, Chihiro Otsuka, Shigeru Izumiya, Masakatsu Funaki, Masatō Ibu, Jun Kunimura, Akira Takarada
Cinematography by Takumi Furuya
Edited by Shūichi Kakesu
Music by Keith Emerson, Nobuhiko Morino, Daisuke Yano
Production companies: Toho Pictures, Inc., CP International, Zazou Productions, Napalm Films
Distributed by Toho
Release dates: November 29, 2004 (Los Angeles), December 4, 2004 (Japan)
Running time 125 minutes
Budget: ¥1.9 billion
Box office: ¥1.2 billion
S1 E11 · "The Breeder Beast" - November 18, 1978
An odd creature goes on the attack in Washington, D.C. The team discovers that the creature is made of an explosive material and packs enough energy to level the city. Godzilla must find a way to stop it before it threatens the world.
S1 E12 · "The Sub-Zero Terror" - November 25, 1978
The team becomes stranded in the Himalayas and are imprisoned by a race of Abominable Snowmen. Godzilla must find and rescue them before it is too late.
S1 E13 · "The Time Dragons" - December 2, 1978
The team and Godzilla are, strangely, teleported back to prehistoric times. They must find their way back to the present without disrupting the past.
Godzilla: Tokyo S.O.S. (ゴジラ×モスラ×メカゴジラ 東京SOS, Gojira x Mosura x Mekagojira Tōkyō Esu Ō Esu, lit. 'Godzilla × Mothra × Mechagodzilla: Tokyo SOS') is the 28th film in the Godzilla franchise, the fifth film in the franchise's Millennium series, the 27th Godzilla film produced by Toho, and a direct sequel to the 2002 film Godzilla Against Mechagodzilla.
Directed by: Masaaki Tezuka
Written by: Masaaki Tezuka, Masahiro Yokotani
Produced by: Shogo Tomiyama
Starring: Noboru Kaneko, Miho Yoshioka, Mitsuki Koga, Masami Nagasawa, Chihiro Otsuka, Kou Takasugi, Hiroshi Koizumi, Akira Nakao
Cinematography: Yoshinori Sekiguchi
Edited by: Shinichi Fushima
Music by: Michiru Ōshima
Release date: December 13th, 2003
Running time: 91 minutes
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Directed by Masaaki Tezuka
Written by Wataru Mimura
Produced by Shogo Tomiyama
Starring: Yumiko Shaku, Shin Takuma, Kou Takasugi, Yuusuke Tomoi, Kumi Mizuno, and Akira Nakao
Cinematography: Masahiro Kishimoto
Edited by Shinichi Fushima and Shinichi Natori
Music by Michiru Ōshima
Release date: December 14, 2002 (Japan)
Running time: 88 minutes