From The Grindhouse Cinema Database
Yongary (1967, So. Korea/Japan) is a Kaiju film directed by Kim Ki-Duk
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- Released in 1967
- Running Time: 80 mins.
- Production Co: Keukdong Entertainment Co. (South Korea), Toei Co. (Japan)
- Distribution Co: Keukdong Entertainment Co. (South Korea), Toei Co. (Japan), American International Pictures (USA)
- Directed by Kim Ki-Duk
- Written by Kim Ki-Duk & Seo Yoon-Seong
- Starring Oh Yeong-Il, Nam Jeong-Im, Lee Seong-Jae, Lee Kwang Ho, Moon Kang
- Produced by Cha Tae-Jin
- Original Music by Jeon Jeong-Keun
- Cinematography by Byeon In-Jib & Lee Seong-Chun
Also Known As
- Daeguesu Yonggary (South Korea)
- Taekoesu Yonggary (Japan)
- Yongary, Monster From The Deep (USA)
- Godzilla Toedespranke (Germany)
- Yongary, Monstre Des Abysses (France)
- The Monster From The Deep!!! Run! Hide! Save Yourself!
- A Monster From Another Age With Terrifying Destructive Powers!
- A mammoth being that invades the Earth!
- Modern artillery failed to dent the hide of Yongary, WHAT NOW WORLD!?
- A sea monster that thrives on petroleum is driven to destroy Korea.
- Makes ‘Jaws’ look like a guppy.