Tokyo 1960

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Tokyo 1960
Directed byTeodorico C. Santos
Produced by Cirio H. Santiago
Starring
Music byAriston Avelino
Production
company
People's Pictures Inc.
Release date
  • December 27, 1957 (1957-12-27)(Philippines)
CountryPhilippines
Languages
  • Filipino
  • English

Tokyo 1960 was a 1957 kaiju film directed by Teodorico C. Santos and starring Tessie Quintana and Zaldy Zshornack. It is a Filipino version of the first Godzilla movie. [1] [2] It is considered to be a lost film.

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