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This film was out there and really my favorite out of all the Gamera movies.
I hadn't seen the Magic Serpent in a very long time - I saw it when I was a child and its a nice bit of memory to indulge in with the kids now that I'm an adult.
Return Of The Giant Monsters has Gamera fighting Gaos, a giant vampire bat, released from the Earth by active volcanos.
BLUE RAY I DO NOT HAVE BLU RAY...MY MISTAKE DISREGARD LAST REVIEW. THIS WAS NOT BLU RAY THIS IS THE ONE THAT WAS BAD. IT WAS UNWATCHABLE AND I THREW IT AWAYPublished 12 days ago by BOBBIE HALL
I hadn't seen the Magic Serpent in a very long time - I saw it when I was a child and its a nice bit of memory to indulge in with the kids now that I'm an adult.Published 11 months ago by Lorianne Arwood
Me and the grand kids both like too watch this one, it is their favorite when they come over to our house.Published on April 6, 2013 by mike rausch
LOVE THE ACTION IT THE MOVIES. THE MAGIC SERPENT WAS JUST THE TOPPING ON THE CAKE. IT WAS GREAT. I WOULD RECOMMEND IT TO ANY ONE WHO LIKES MONSTER MOVIES.Published on December 19, 2012 by putder53
I got this to give to a friend... It arrived on time, but I can't vouch for the actual quality of the movie!Published on August 21, 2012 by floppybelly
I love Gamera and hope everyone buys all his movies they're the best...he guides over everyone in the world...Go Gamera!!!Published on April 27, 2012 by T. Pollard
I grew up with these types of special effects, sounds and rubber costumed monsters. It's great to relive the past...what memories. Read morePublished on January 13, 2012 by PR GUY
I would like to know why so many of the monster movies from the late fifties and the sixties are NEVER released on Region 2 DVD. Read morePublished on March 2, 2011 by Michael J. Rossiter
The Magic Serpent was one of those movies that they didn't play over and over again on Creature Feature type showcases so I've had fond memories of it into adulthood. Read morePublished on May 22, 2010 by Steven Fujita