Monster of the Day #506 Updated on June 28, 2012 By Ken Begg 12 Comments Screw you, Robert Crumb! This sucks! Tweet Pin It Related PostsMonster of the Day 1589 (Jun 22, 2017) Monster of the Day #1588 (Jun 21, 2017) Monster of the Day #1587 (Jun 20, 2017) Monster of the Day #1586 (Jun 19, 2017) Monster of the Day #1585 (Jun 16, 2017) By Ken Begg http://jabootu.net Ericb I like how the actor is pulling on one of the Tonka trucks a little too hard and making is do a slight wheelie. Flangepart When Korea went for it’s first Tractor Pull competition, it didn’t mess around. MIGHTY GORGA? Ken_Begg Ha, Mighty Gorga *wishes* it had this level of special effects. Ericb I don’t think the Mighty Gorga was ever filmed from the waste down. I think that’s a Hong King Tractor Pull for a beasty named after a fossil hominid (though how that fossil has anything to do with a giant gorilla seems to be a question the translators never bothered with). The Rev. I caught this a couple of years ago. I had a pretty good time with it. TMG also wishes it was anywhere this entertaining or good. Gamera977 If I’d had a gorilla suit when I was a kid I’d have done stuff like this every day. SteveWD Mighty Peking Man – Everything you could ask for in a King Kong ripoff. Flangepart And that says it all! MPM- Not seen it yet, read the reviews, wanna see it riffed. bgbear_rogerh Breaking. The authorities have the monster in their tractor beams. . .er, hold on. . .correction, tractor team Rock Am I right in understanding “Mighty Peking Man” is the same film as GOLIATHON? If so, that’s a much better title than MIGHTY PEKING MAN! GOLIATHON at least sounds more like a Kong knock-off (or a Hercules-type affair). MPM sounds more like a paleontology documentary. Yawn. If nothing else, THE MIGHTY GORGA can at least boast a better cast. The Rev. Yes, Goliathon was the American release title for MPM. TMG has a better cast? I disagree, sir! The guy playing Peking Man was quite a bit better than Gorga’s portrayer. After that, it’s more of a wash, I grant you. Greenhornet In later years, King Kong had to make ends meet by taking a job as a “truck walker”.