On isolated Odo Island: On the 1st visit, during the ritual ceremony, Burr stands behind an old villager wearing a black robe with Japanese writing down the lapels, but only the top is visible. Later, on the 2nd trip, where they look down on Godzilla's footprints on the beach, Burr stands near the same villager in the same robe, and the entire lapels can be read: In Japanese katakana script it says "Lucille Anderson", down each lapel. Some Californian's souvenir from Tokyo, perhaps? See more...
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|Title||Godzilla, King of The Monsters!|
|Original entry||Until computers took a major role in Godzilla's movies, sound technicians ran a rubber glove up and down a contrabass to make his roar.|