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    DESTROY ALL MONSTERS and GODZILLA VS MEGALON on Sony Movie Channel in March

    Source: Sony Movie Channel The King of the Monsters stomps back to the Sony Movie Channel in March for a special Godzilla two-pack of network premieres. DESTROY ALL MONSTERS (?????, Kaiju Soshingeki, 1968) and GODZILLA VS MEGALON (???????, Gojira Tai Megaro, 1973) will be shown multiple times throughout the month, with Monday, March 23 a special "RARE KAIJU" night with the two films airing back-to-back twice starting at 10:00pm EST. Both film are dubbed in English.


    Thursday, March 5, 11.20 am E | 8.20 am P Sunday, March 15, 6.45 am E | 3.45 am P Monday, March 23, 10.00 pm E | 7.00 pm P Monday, March 23, 1.10 am E | 10.10 pm P Saturday, March 28, 3.30 pm E | 12.30 pm P When female alien invaders take control of Earth`s monsters and begin using them to destroy the human race, Godzilla must team up with old foes to take down King Ghidorah. Runtime: 91 Minutes Cast Akira Kubo Jun Tazaki Yukiko Kobayashi Yoshio Tsuchiya Crew Director: Ishiro Honda Writer: Ishiro Honda and Takeshi Kimura


    Thursday, March 5, 1.00 pm E | 10.00 am P Saturday, March 14, 5.05 am E | 2.05 am P Monday, March 23, 11.40 pm E | 8.40 pm P Monday, March 23, 2.50 am E | 11.50 pm P Saturday, March 28, 5.10 pm E | 2.10 pm P The undersea nation of Seatopia sends the gigantic Megalon to destroy the world above -- and it`s up to Godzilla and a size-shifting robot, Jet Jaguar, to defeat him. Runtime: 78 Minutes Cast Katsuhiko Sasaki Hiroyuki Kawase Yutaka Hayashi Robert Dunham Crew Director: Jun Fukuda Writers: Jun Fukuda and Takeshi Kimura

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    Sony Movie Channel is the first U.S. multi-platform television network from Sony Pictures Television created specifically for the Hollywood movie fan. Offering uncut, uncensored theatrical releases in stunning high definition, Sony Movie Channel showcases titles from Sony Pictures` vast library including award-winning features, cult favorites, family comedies and gripping dramas. Programming is selected from more than 3,500 Sony Pictures films, which collectively have received 184 Academy Awards including 12 for Best Picture. Sony Movie Channel is available on DISH Network, DIRECTV and AT&T U-Verse TV on linear as well as on authenticated VOD and online platforms.

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