It Ate Cleveland
He emerged from the depths of Lake Erie and ate everything in sight.
He's a man eater and a lady killer...
It Ate Cleveland is an unrealized spoof of Japanese monster movies.
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Ohioans are in danger from a ravenous monster breeding in the contaminated waters of Lake Erie.
History[edit | edit source]
According to the poster, the film would have been directed by Gene Quintano, written by Dana Olsen, and produced by a group of companies known as The Cannon Group, Inc. A lawsuit threatened by Toho prompted the cancellation of the film after it was retitled Godzilla vs. Cleveland. The film was put on hold until 1987, when it was given its original title, but the film was never made despite two attempts.
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