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 #1664 (Nov 17, 2017) Monster of the Day #1663 (Nov 16, 2017) Monster of the Day #1662 (Nov 15, 2017) Monster of the Day #1661 (Nov 14, 2017) Monster of the Day #1660 (Nov 10, 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”.