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** Spain: ''The World Under Terror''


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** Germany: ''Gamera: Frankenstein's Monster from the Ice''
** Greece: ''Gamera, the King of Tokyo''

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* FollowTheLeader: Borrows from Film/TheBeastFromTwentyThousandFathoms ''even more'' liberally than [[Film/Godzilla1954 its Toho brethren]], complete with an atomic explosion in the Arctic as its IncitingIncident and a pivotal early scene at a lighthouse.


** Both the American theatrical release and the Sandy Frank version havenít been re-released on official DVD & Blu-ray releases.[[note]] the American cut, known as Gammera the Invincible, was released on DVD by Alpha Video, though these releases were unlicensed and were sourced from pan and scan VHS tapes[[/note]] Even when Shout! Factory got the rights to release the Gamera films on DVD they were unsuccessful in licensing the the original American cut as the company refused to let it be licensed and released again.
** In recent years, however, an incomplete 35mm print of the American cut was discovered, digitally restored and made available for purchase on Amazon Prime in 2017 by Legend Films, Inc.

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** Both the American theatrical release and the Sandy Frank version havenít been re-released on official DVD & Blu-ray releases.[[note]] the American cut, known as Gammera the Invincible, was released on DVD by Alpha Video, though these releases were unlicensed and were sourced from pan and scan VHS tapes[[/note]] Even when Shout! Factory got the rights to release the Gamera films on DVD they were unsuccessful in licensing the the original American cut as the company refused to let it be licensed and released again.
again until 2020 when Arrow Video announced it would be included on their box set.
** In recent years, however, an An incomplete 35mm print of the American cut was discovered, digitally restored and made available for purchase on Amazon Prime in 2017 by Legend Films, Inc.


* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Both the American theatrical release and the Sandy Frank version havenít been re-released on official DVD & Blu-ray releases.[[note]] the American cut, known as Gammera the Invincible, was released on DVD by Alpha Video, though these releases were unlicensed and were sourced from pan and scan VHS tapes[[/note]] Even when Shout! Factory got the rights to release the Gamera films on DVD they were unsuccessful in licensing the the original American cut as the company refused to let it be licensed and released again.

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Both the American theatrical release and the Sandy Frank version havenít been re-released on official DVD & Blu-ray releases.[[note]] the American cut, known as Gammera the Invincible, was released on DVD by Alpha Video, though these releases were unlicensed and were sourced from pan and scan VHS tapes[[/note]] Even when Shout! Factory got the rights to release the Gamera films on DVD they were unsuccessful in licensing the the original American cut as the company refused to let it be licensed and released again.


** The International dub, however, has yet to get an official release outside the [[Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000 Mystery Science Theater version]].

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** The International dub, dubbed version, however, has yet to get an official release outside the [[Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000 Mystery Science Theater version]].


** In recent years, however, an incomplete 35mm print of the American cut was discovered and digitally restored and made for digital purchase on Amazon in 2017 by Legend Films, Inc.

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** In recent years, however, an incomplete 35mm print of the American cut was discovered and discovered, digitally restored and made available for digital purchase on Amazon Prime in 2017 by Legend Films, Inc.


* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Both the American theatrical release and the Sandy Frank version havenít been re-released on official DVD & Blu-ray releases.[[note]] the American cut, known as Gammera the Invincible, was released on DVD by Alpha Video, though these releases were unlicensed and were sourced from pan and scan VHS tapes[[/note]] Even when Shout! Factory got the rights to release the Gamera films on DVD they were unsuccessful in licensing the the original American cut as the company refused to let it be licensed and released again.

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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Both the American theatrical release and the Sandy Frank version havenít been re-released on official DVD & Blu-ray releases.[[note]] the American cut, known as Gammera the Invincible, was released on DVD by Alpha Video, though these releases were unlicensed and were sourced from pan and scan VHS tapes[[/note]] Even when Shout! Factory got the rights to release the Gamera films on DVD they were unsuccessful in licensing the the original American cut as the company refused to let it be licensed and released again.again.
** In recent years, however, an incomplete 35mm print of the American cut was discovered and digitally restored and made for digital purchase on Amazon in 2017 by Legend Films, Inc.
** The International dub, however, has yet to get an official release outside the [[Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000 Mystery Science Theater version]].

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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Both the American theatrical release and the Sandy Frank version havenít been re-released on official DVD & Blu-ray releases.[[note]] the American cut, known as Gammera the Invincible, was released on DVD by Alpha Video, though these releases were unlicensed and were sourced from pan and scan VHS tapes[[/note]] Even when Shout! Factory got the rights to release the Gamera films on DVD they were unsuccessful in licensing the the original American cut as the company refused to let it be licensed and released again.

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