It's amazing that Japan can make a tiny radio that fits in my pocket, but are clueless when it comes to getting rid of a mutant pteradactyl.
Luckily, Gamera finally comes out of his shell (no pun intended) to kick his butt.
The scenes of monster carnage are cool, but the requisite annoying kid and the negligible human drama is pretty grating on the nerves. Gaos, who was probably Daiei's idea of a Rodan knockoff, is a pretty cheesy villain, even for Gamera's marginal standards. Gamera returned in Gamera vs. Guiron.
AKA: Return of the Giant Monsters.