* BadExportForYou: Thanks a lot, Schreibman.
* ExecutiveMeddling: His name is '''Paul Schreibeman'''.
** To elaborate: He's the reason why the ''Gigantis'' film became what it was because he said the renamed Godzilla to Gigantis ''[[{{Irony}} was to confusion]]''. He even said the original title was "Angurius" when the original name is ''Gojira no Gyakushu'' (Godzilla Strikes Back). This blatant attempt to pretend this is not a Godzilla sequel made it laughable to the real film of the franchise.
** On Toho's side, Iwa Omori, the head of Toho Studios, told Tomoyuki Tanaka to make another ''Godzilla'' film after the success of ''[[Film/{{Gojira}} Godzilla]]''. Depending who you ask, it was better or worst direct sequel.
* HeyItsThatVoice: People familiar with the DCA cut of ''{{Rodan}}'' will instantly recognize the voice of Keye Luke, who provided the voice of Shigeru in that film.
** GeorgeTakei as well providing his voice as several male characters in the film.
* Old Shame: Hiroshi Koizumi lamented that upon watching movies he appears in, including this film, that he felt he hasn't put enough potiential in the movies he appears in.
* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Interestingly enough, ''Godzilla Raids Again'' wasn't intended to be merely dubbed and distributed. It was going to be called ''The Volcano Monsters'' where Godzilla would be just a Tyrannosaurus Rex and Angurirus to be an ankylosaurus (how they are gonna explain a T-Rex that clearly looks like Godzilla is beyond us). Godzilla (or rather the T-Rex), was to fight the ankylosaurus and move to the North Pole to lay its eggs. While Toho decided to help by sending new suits and made a catalog of the production, the American company went bankrupt and the suits disappeared. So now, ''The Volcano Monsters'' was ultimately cancelled. This explains why it took a whole 3 years on why it wasn't released in form. Eventually, the film ended up being called, by the massive face-palming of Steve Ryfle (and his fellow commentators) and fans everywhere, ''Gigantis The Fire Monster".