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Computer Rarity List. Rarity and Price Guide Links. Other links Kung Fu Movies. Kung Fu Movie Collection. My Movie Scripts. My CV. I have been collecting game books for about 10 years now. Most are from op shops and school fairs and book sales, and a few from 2nd hand book shops and the main auction site in NZ trademe. The cost of the collection has swelled due to a few spends on the auction site, for quite ordinary books at that, by a couple of hundred dollars. In all, I own around game books from different series. A British Godzilla, with perhaps a bit of inspiration coming from the dinosaur vs London film, Behemoth the Sea Monster which in turn was a British version of The Beast from 20, Fathoms , making everything confusingly circular, as Godzilla was also influenced by it.

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After copper miners discover part of the frozen tail of a prehistoric monster in Lapland, scientists inadvertently bring it back to life. Directors: Poul Bang , Sidney W. Not Rated 91 min Action, Adventure, Fantasy. A pharmaceutical company captures King Kong and brings him to Japan, where he escapes from captivity and battles a recently released Godzilla. Unrated 70 min Horror, Sci-Fi. A prehistoric behemoth is unwittingly awaken from hibernation due to a U.

S-Japanese military experiment on it's watery lair for economic means, where it proceeds in attacking Japan. Directors: Jerry A. In , a giant planetoid named Gorath is discovered to be on a collision course with Earth. Even though it is smaller than Earth, its mass is huge enough to crush the Earth and destroy it Third in Toho's trilogy of space-operas, the first being The Mysterians and the second is the non-kaiju film Battle in Outer Space. A fishing village is terrorized by a giant whale, and the fishermen are determined to kill it. A Japanese variation of the "Moby Dick" story.

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When an ancient underground civilization and their snake-like guardian plots to reclaim the surface world, those of the surface fights back. Unrated 89 min Action, Adventure, Fantasy. A greedy developer unwittingly hatches a gigantic baby moth upon Tokyo, while Godzilla strikes once again. Not Rated 85 min Action, Adventure, Fantasy. After a meteorite unleashes a three-headed beast upon Tokyo, Mothra tries to unite with Godzilla and Rodan to battle the extraterrestrial threat. The Earth is attacked by a giant jellyfish monster from outer space that, for some reason, has a sweet tooth for diamonds.

From out of the arctic comes a gigantic flying, fire-breathing turtle that sets its sights on destroying Tokyo.

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Unrated 87 min Horror, Sci-Fi. Frankenstein's is kept in a Japanese lab, when it gets exposed to the radiation of the bombing of Hiroshima. The heart Baragon How did a giant Frankenstein end up fighting monsters? Hollywood didn't bite, but Toho did. Toho was more interested in featuring their treasured Godzilla and produced Godzilla vs. King Kong instead. Toho became fascinated with the idea of Frankenstein and planned to produce Godzilla vs. Toho eventually rejected the idea because Godzilla was still being used as a villain and they did not want him to put in the role of protector against Frankenstein, so they inserted a new monster, Baragon, into the script and produced Frankenstein Conquers the World.

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Aliens from Planet X request the use of Godzilla and Rodan to fight off King Ghidorah, but have a better use for the three monsters. The first television series produced by eiji tsyburaya,the special effects man behind Godzilla. In the vein of the outer limits and the twilight zone except with giant rubber suited Unrated 86 min Family, Sci-Fi.

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An atomic explosion awakens Gammera--a giant, fire-breathing turtle monster--from his millions of years of hibernation. Enraged at being roused from such a sound sleep, he takes it out on Tokyo. A version of the original Gamera film edited for US audiences. Not Rated min Action, Adventure, Fantasy. A giant monster that emits a destructive ray from its back attacks Japan and takes on Gamera. PG 83 min Action, Adventure, Drama.

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A young man steals a boat to find his brother, but he and his shipmates become shipwrecked on a mysterious island inhabited by a giant sea monster and a slumbering Godzilla. Unrated 84 min Drama, Fantasy, Horror. A giant stone statue comes to life to protect the residents of a small town against the depradations of an evil warlord. Another giant monster movie series from Daiei, unusually they are period films featuring samurai.

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Available in a nice triple pack DVD set. Not Rated 79 min Drama, Fantasy. Not Rated 79 min Fantasy. In a mountainous region of Japan, Lord Arakawa kidnaps the men of nearby villages to use as slave labor, producing gunpowder from his sulfur pits.

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A band of young boys decide to rescue their enslaved fathers on their own. Every child after birth was exhibited to public view, and, if deemed deformed and weakly, was exposed to perish on Mount Taygetus. At the age of seven he was taken from his mother's care, and handed over to the public classes. He was not only taught gymnastic games and military exercises but he was also subjected to severe bodily discipline, and was compelled to submit to hardships and suffering without repining or complaint.

One of the tests to which he was subjected was a cruel scourging at the altar of Artemis Diana , until his blood gushed forth and covered the altar of the goddess. It was inflicted publicly before the eyes of his parents and in the presence of the whole city; and many Spartan youths were known to have died under the lash without uttering a complaining murmur. No means were neglected to prepare them for the hardships and stratagems of war. They were obliged to wear the same garment winter and summer, and to endure hunger and thirst, heat and cold.

follow url They were purposely allowed an insufficient quantity of food, but were permitted to make up the deficiency by hunting in the woods and mountains of Laconia. They were even encouraged to steal whatever they could; but if they were caught in the fact, they were severely punished for their want of dexterity. Plutarch tells us of a boy, who, having stolen a fox, and hid it under his garment, chose rather to let it tear out his very bowels than be detected in the theft. The literary education of a Spartan youth was of a most restricted kind.

He was taught to despise literature as unworthy of a warrior, while the study of eloquence and philosophy, which were cultivated at Athens with such extraordinary success, was regarded at Sparta with contempt. Long speeches were a Spartan's abhorrence, and he was trained to express himself with sententious brevity. A Spartan was not considered to have reached the full age of manhood till he had completed his thirtieth year. He was then allowed to marry, to take part in the public assembly, and was eligible to the offices of the state.

But he still continued under the public discipline, and was not permitted even to reside and take his meals with his wife. It was not till he had reached his sixtieth year that he was released from the public discipline and from military service. Public tables were provided, at which every male citizen was obliged to take his meals. Each table accommodated fifteen persons, who formed a separate mess, into which no new member was admitted, except by the unanimous consent of the whole company.

Each sent monthly to the common stock a specified quantity of barley-meal, wine, cheese, and figs and a little money to buy flesh and fish. No distinction of any kind was allowed at these frugal meals. Meat was only eaten occasionally; and one of the principal dishes was black broth. Of what it consisted we do not know. The tyrant Dionysius found it very unpalatable; but, as the cook told him, the broth was nothing without the seasoning of fatigue and hunger. The Spartan women in their earlier years were subjected to a course of training almost as rigorous as that of the men, and contended with each other in running, wrestling and boxing.