Editor's NoteA flying submarine and a series of terrifying sea creatures go head to head in this wild 1960s feature from director Ishiro Honda. No matter how many strange weapons it accumulates, the undersea Mu Empire cannot possibly become a match for Battleship Atragon.
Cast & Crew
|Inoshiro Honda - Director|
Customer Reviews of Atragon
This is an excellent & entertaining Toho release & this company deserves the highest praise for the fine job they're doing offering first rate wide-screen prints with subtitles. I have been picking them all up as they have been released & have been delighted with every one.
Recommended to those interested in Japanese cultur12/8/2012
ATRAGON is a fun movie. The synopsis of the movie is that the sightings of "burning" mutants leads to the discovery of an undersea kingdom called Mu that destroys Tokyo. Seeking revenge, a secret base on a small island launches the flying submarine/battleship Atragon which attacks Mu and battles a sea serpant monster called Manda. Unfortunetly, Manda only gets a 5 minute screen appearence even though he is brought up several times before then.