Late 1950's movie, The Mysterions

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    When I was a six or seven year old kid I remember going to a bad Japanese movie called The Mysterions or something like that. I cannot find any reference to it in the IMDB. Does anyone else remember this movie?
     
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    When I was a six or seven year old kid I remember going to a bad Japanese movie called The Mysterions or something like that. I cannot find any reference to it in the IMDB. Does anyone else remember this movie?
     
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    Thanks, I just misspelled it.
     
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    Thanks, I just misspelled it.
     
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    I remember parts of it. The gigantic robot, resembling a metal armadillo, breaking loose from a mountainside is what most struck me. By this time, Toho films were beginning to get (and look) cheesy. I'll stick with GODZILLA and RODAN.
     
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    I remember parts of it. The gigantic robot, resembling a metal armadillo, breaking loose from a mountainside is what most struck me. By this time, Toho films were beginning to get (and look) cheesy. I'll stick with GODZILLA and RODAN.
     

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