Jonathan Ross of the Japanorama series interviews one of the the directors of the Ultraman series
Susumu Kurobe (the original Ultraman) gets interviewed by Adam Buxton and Joe Cornish on episode 5 of the "Adam & Joe Go Tokyo" BBC series. First Aried: Friday 4th July 2003
NHK Eiji Tsuburaya Biography
Eiji Tsuburaya - Ultraman Who Loved The Vault of Heaven: a biography of eiji tsuburaya and of the show itself.
WWFM 3 - Laval Flash Event Mondial -- World Wide Flash Mob 2008 -- An Event cache by Laval K-9 -- Event Date: 5/10/2008 -- N 45° 36.434 W 073° 39.628 -- Avec aide de / with help of Landbehrt, TurBeau, AV Design, Big JohnP, Doba, unoyt, blackjack65, Galaad et Fundy37.
Frightening civil defense procedure film aimed at Cold War-era elementary school students. Explains steps to take in case of an atomic bomb alert or a bombing without warning at school, in the open or at home. Gives simple explanation of nuclear fusion.
Early atomic weapons testing. Actual footage of nuclear bomb testing, the scientists and military people involved in a the South Pacific and the American Southwest. Frighteningly slim and few precautions are taken with the lives of those people who jobs were to be present at the test sites. Film purports to prove that survival of nuclear attack is possible.
How to prepare a tea party for you and your friends - Let's Give a Tea 16 Koda print; has break in middle.
Ultra Super Legend: Andro Melos which was originally not a TV series. It was featured exclusively in "Televi-kun," a monthly book for boys, and depicted live-action costumes on elaborate sets. "The Ultra Super Legend" started in the May, 1981 issue, soon after "Ultraman 80" went off the air. Televi-kun also included a standard manga to explain the details. The "Televi-kun" saga lasted about two years. Toward the end of this run, 41 ten-minute TV vignettes were produced under the title "Andro Super Warriors" (Andro choh-senshi), and were broadcast five times a week in the Greater Tokyo area. Since it's main method of publicity was a monthly children's magazine and it lasted only about a month, the show came and went with little fanfare.
Motion pictures, films, movies related to Ultraman
Ultra Fight, an obscure series of satirical three-minute vignettes from 1970. The first forty one episodes are fight sequences culled from the original Ultraman series, and are followed by similar footage from Ultraseven. Later episodes are of new footage. The real Ultra costumes from the series does battle with real or shabby replica costumes of various monsters from the past, some of which were originally used in live-action stage shows. The format is usually a human-sized Seven and at least two other monsters, who comically fight it out wrestling-style in some remote locale to no real conclusion, narrated by a professional sports announcer. The show is extremely low-budget, and often uses a hand-held camera. There weren't even any scripts. About ten episodes could be filmed in a day, so 198 were created in all, making this the most prolific of all Ultra series.
Here you will find some rare Ultra related shows outtakes and documentaries from the Ultraverse. I hope you will find here something that make you say "Wow, I never seen this before!"... Enjoy!
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