N.p. King Brothers [Bros.] Productions, 1961. Two vintage reference photographs from the 1961 US Poverty Row film, an attempt by the notorious King Brothers to capitalize on the fame Toho Studios "Godzilla" films in Japan. With a mimeo snipe on the verso.
Sailors on a salvage ship capture a giant lizard and sell it to a London circus, leading the lizard's mother, who is significantly larger and meaner, to seek revenge and the return of her offspring.
Set and shot on location in London.
One photograph 8 x 10 inches, one photograph 10 x 8 inches. Near Fine.