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10 Years Of Gay Marriage, How To Make Godzilla Roar, And Terry Crews On 'Manhood'

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10 Years Of Gay Marriage, How To Make Godzilla Roar, And Terry Crews On 'Manhood'

10 Years Of Gay Marriage, How To Make Godzilla Roar, And Terry Crews On 'Manhood'

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Godzilla's original 1954 roar was created by composer Akira Ifukube, who dragged a resin-coated leather glove along the loosened strings of a double bass. Toho hide caption

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Godzilla's original 1954 roar was created by composer Akira Ifukube, who dragged a resin-coated leather glove along the loosened strings of a double bass.

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It's been 10 years since same-sex couples in Massachusetts first got married, the sound designers behind the new Godzilla explain how to make the monster's iconic roar, and actor Terry Crews discusses his new book, Manhood.

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