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>For a paper on monster films and their reception by children and teenagers, I
>need a filmography of the Godzilla films  Japanese and American  including

The two best English-language sources are Stuart Gailbraith's "Monsters Are
Attacking Tokyo!" and David Kalat's "A Critical History and Filmography of
Toho's Godzilla Series" but your research has probably already turned those
up.  You can probably get contact information for Japanese scholars from
Kinema Club (http://pears.lib.ohio-state.edu/Markus/Welcome.html).  And
there are numerous kaiju sites on the Internet, ranging from pointless to
mind-bogglingly thorough.

LT

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