Gamera vs. Gaos
Gamera vs. Gaos ★½ The Return of the Giant Monsters; Gamera vs. Gyaos; Boyichi and the Supermonster; Gamera Tai Gaos 1967
Now fully the good guy, Gamera slugs it out with a batlike critter named Gaos. Suspense rules the day when Gaos tries to put out the super turtle's jets with his built-in fire extinguisher but luckily for Earth, Gamera has a few tricks of his own up his shell. 87m/C VHS, DVD . JP Kojiro Hongo, Kichijiro Ueda, Naoyuki Abe; D: Noriaki Yuasa.
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