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Atragon 1963

Kaitei gunkan (original title) Commercial Photographer Susumu Hatanaka. The flying submarine Atragon has been built completely in secret by an Japanese Navy unit, in self-imposed exile, that is preparing to win World War 2 for Japan in !. Atragon is a Japanese science fiction film produced and distributed by Toho. It is based on The Undersea Warship by Shunrō Oshikawa and The. Atragon (海底軍艦, Kaitei Gunkan?, lit. Undersea Battleship) is a Toho tokusatsu film. Contents[show] Plot Two photographers, Susumu Hatanaka and.

Atragon was released in Japan in late to good box office results. It was later re-edited by b-movie specialists American International and shown over here. It was Wednesday (merchant's night). This was part of all-night Japanese Festival in the 60's. This looks like they used all the old Gojira sets for this movie Kaitei. Special effects director Tsuburaya Eiji was in particularly fine form overseeing the sea vessels and city-destroying shots in this movie. February.

In this film from Toho, Agents from an ancient underwater civilization are attempting to kidnap people in Japan. Two photographers catch. Atragon is a Japanese science fiction film produced and distributed by Toho. It is based on The Undersea Warship by Shunrō Oshikawa and The  Plot - Themes - Production - Release. 30 Nov - 59 min Best Action Movies The Matrix Reloaded - Full Movie English Hollywood - Best Sci-Fi. 30 Aug - 2 min - Uploaded by Media Graveyard Original title "Kaitei gunkan" Also known as "Undersea Battleship" http://www. mundialitoapa.com 6 Jan - 3 min - Uploaded by TheH-Man Theatrical trailer and TV Spot for American International's release of " Atragon.".

Special effects director Tsuburaya Eiji was in particularly fine form overseeing the sea vessels and city-destroying shots in this movie. Feb 1. Atragon (海底軍艦, Kaitei Gunkan, lit. Undersea Warship) is a tokusatsu science-fiction and fantasy film produced by Toho, loosely based on the It was Wednesday (merchant's night). This was part of all-night Japanese Festival in the 60's. This looks like they used all the old Gojira sets for this movie Kaitei. Atragon was released in Japan in late to good box office results. It was later re-edited by b-movie specialists American International and shown over here.