The monster Rodak has been conquering planets throughout the universe. He sees Earth and wants it, as it is the best he has ever seen. Goldar & Silvar are sent from another planet to ... See full summary »
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Toshio Egi ...
 Mikko Mura (American Version) Mamoru Murakami (Japan) (unknown episodes)
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The monster Rodak has been conquering planets throughout the universe. He sees Earth and wants it, as it is the best he has ever seen. Goldar & Silvar are sent from another planet to protect Earth from Rodak. This series follows Rodak's attempts to take over the earth and destroy Goldar. Written by Keith Alexander

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4 July 1966 (Japan)  »

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a interesting tv show that I loved as a kid.
24 October 2001 | by See all my reviews

WTBS started running this around 1979. The program was purchased in syndication for cheap around the time Japanese tv shows and animation such as BATTLE OF THE PLANETS and STAR BLAZERS hit US airwaves after syndication deals with such firms as Claster and Sandy Frank etc. Turner ran this series which was a GODZILLA/RODAN style robot space opera mixing kung fu, fantasy, espionage, and science fiction in adventure show aimed at kids and young adults. The program was not a ratings bomb and fired well on cable in a era where you had a different approach to afternoon broadcasting (pre talk show era). Some have said the program mixed wiccan legends like THE FACE OR OLD MAN OR WOMAN IN THE WOODS with symbolism in a robotic battle of good and evil. The program was family oriented science fiction that was almost 15 years old when it hit America on mass in many different tv markets. The series cost effective faired well but is not on video or in release on tv yet. If you liked Godzilla but like a little "tounge in cheek" humor this show will be up your alley.


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