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* NiceJobFixingItVillain: Gigan for waking up Godzilla who was very weakened by the cockroaches' laser cannons, by having to throw him on top of the remainder of the theme park tower made to resemble Godzilla.

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* NiceJobFixingItVillain: Gigan for waking wakes up Godzilla who was very weakened by the cockroaches' laser cannons, by having to throw throwing him on top of the remainder what remains of the theme park tower made to resemble Godzilla.bombed Godzilla tower.


* DeadGuyPuppet: The Space M Nebula aliens dig up human corpses from burial grounds and don them as disguises.

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* DeadGuyPuppet: The Zigzagged. in the dubbed version, the Space M Nebula aliens dig up human corpses from burial grounds and don them as disguises. The original version says that the disguises are photonic after-images.

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* DeadGuyPuppet: The Space M Nebula aliens dig up human corpses from burial grounds and don them as disguises.


* HelpMistakenForAttack: After hearing the sound waves that the Space M Nebula aliens are transmitting (meant to summon Ghidorah), Godzilla orders Anguirus to go check on Japan if there is any chaos happening. When Anguirus arrives at Tokyo, there is no destruction happening (yet) and the JSDF fear Anguirus came to cause trouble, scaring him away with artillery and firepower.

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* HelpMistakenForAttack: Inverted. After hearing the sound waves action signal tape that the Space M Nebula aliens are transmitting (meant to summon Ghidorah), Gengo is playing (before he's aware of it's purpose), Godzilla orders Anguirus to go check on Japan if there is any chaos happening. to investigate. When Anguirus arrives at Tokyo, Sagami bay, there is no destruction happening (yet) and the JSDF fear fears that Anguirus came to cause trouble, scaring him away with artillery and firepower.maser beams.


'''Angurius:''' Okay! \\

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'''Angurius:''' Okay! Oh yeah! \\


* PantyShot: Tomoko, during her first appearance in the film when she bumps into Gengo. It's the ONLY panty shot in the entire franchise.

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* PantyShot: Tomoko, during her first appearance in the film when she bumps into Gengo. It's the ONLY panty shot in the entire franchise.


* ActionGirlfriend: Tomoko is the girlfriend of the protagonist Gengo Kotaka and a martial aritst. Unlike other examples, she's more interested in getting him a job than a superhero life.

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* ActionGirlfriend: Tomoko is the girlfriend of the protagonist Gengo Kotaka and a martial aritst. Unlike other examples, she's more interested in getting him a job than a superhero or crimefighting life.

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* RealityEnsues: Just because humanity is on good (if somewhat tenuous) terms with Earth's ''kaiju'' and has begun to see some of them as its protectors doesn't mean that they'll just roll out the red carpet when one gets too close to a populated area. Anguirus finds this out the hard way.

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Followed by ''Film/GodzillaVsMegalon''.


** Several segments of the fight with King Ghidorah come from earlier fights in other Godzilla movies. (''Film/GhidorahtheThreeHeadedMonster'', ''Film/InvasionofAstro-Monster'', ''Film/DestroyAllMonsters'').

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** Several segments of the fight with King Ghidorah come from earlier fights in other Godzilla movies. (''Film/GhidorahtheThreeHeadedMonster'', ''Film/InvasionofAstro-Monster'', (''Film/GhidorahTheThreeHeadedMonster'', ''Film/InvasionOfAstroMonster'', ''Film/DestroyAllMonsters'').



* YourSizeMayVary: The Godzilla Tower is said to be 50 meters tall (Godzilla's height), yet Ghidorah and Gigan look a fraction of its size when flying next to it (and Ghidorah is 100 meters tall).

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* YourSizeMayVary: The Godzilla Tower is said to be 50 meters tall (Godzilla's height), yet Ghidorah and Gigan look a fraction of its size when flying next to it (and Ghidorah is 100 meters tall).tall).
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* BigBadDuumvirate: Gigan, King Ghidorah and the Space M Nebula aliens.


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* NiceJobFixingItVillain: Gigan for waking up Godzilla who was very weakened by the cockroaches' laser cannons, by having to throw him on top of the remainder of the theme park tower made to resemble Godzilla.


The 12th entry in the long-running ''Franchise/{{Godzilla}}'' series, also known as ''Godzilla on Monster Island''. It is the final film to star Creator/HaruoNakajima as the King of Monsters. Godzilla must once again battle his old foe King Ghidorah to save Tokyo, and this time he brought a friend! It's also called ''Chikyū Kogeki Meirei Gojira tai Gaigan'' in Japan.

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The From 1972, the 12th entry in the long-running ''Franchise/{{Godzilla}}'' series, also known as ''Godzilla on Monster Island''. It is the final film to star Creator/HaruoNakajima as the King of Monsters. Godzilla must once again battle his old foe King Ghidorah to save Tokyo, and this time he brought a friend! It's also called ''Chikyū Kogeki Meirei Gojira tai Gaigan'' in Japan.


'''Godzilla:''' Something's funny going on. You better check. \\

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'''Godzilla:''' Something's Something funny going on. You better check. \\


* HelpMistakenForAttack: After hearing the sound waves that the Space M Nebula aliens are transmitting (meant to summon Ghidorah), Godzilla orders Anguirus to go check on Japan if there is any chaos happening. When Anguirus arrives at Tokyo, there is no destruction happening (yet) and the JSDF fear Anguirus came to cause trouble, scaring him away with artillery and firepower.
* HeroWithBadPublicity: In spite of Godzilla's shift to heroism (this also applies to his allies Rodan, Anguirus, Mothra) since ''Film/GhidorahTheThreeHeadedMonster'', the JSDF make it clear they don't want any giant monsters on human-occupied territory by shooing away Anguirus.



* NiceJobBreakingItHero: The JSDF scare Anguirus away forcing him to retreat from almost certain death.

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