Ultraman: Towards the Future (1990)

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Astronaut turned UMA member Jack Shindo transforms into a new Ultraman to defend the Earth.

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1992
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Complete series cast summary:
Dore Kraus ...
 Jack Shindo (13 episodes, 1992)
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 Jean Echo (13 episodes, 1992)
Ralph Cotterill ...
 Arthur Grant (13 episodes, 1992)
Grace Parr ...
 Kim Shaomin (13 episodes, 1992)
Lloyd Morris ...
 Charles Morgan (13 episodes, 1992)
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 Lloyd Wilder (13 episodes, 1992)
Steve Apps ...
 Ultraman (13 episodes, 1992)
Robert Simper ...
 Ultraman (13 episodes, 1992)
Michael Read ...
 The Monsters (13 episodes, 1992)
Johnny Hallyday ...
 The Monsters (13 episodes, 1992)
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Astronaut turned UMA member Jack Shindo transforms into a new Ultraman to defend the Earth.

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4 January 1992 (USA)  »

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Before production, test footage was done with elaborate rubber puppets of Ultraman and Stage 1 Gudis (basically an entire enactment of the Mars sequence in Episode 1). While one shot of this footage was briefly seen in Episode 1 (the close-up of the motionless Gudis' face, which looked very different from that of the suit version used), this footage was included as an extra in the Japanese laserdisc release. See more »

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A brilliant, well made superhero television mini-series.
6 September 2002 | by (Nebula M78, beyond the 40th galaxy) – See all my reviews

Ultraman TTF is most likey one of the greatest mini-series about a superhero ever made. It offers monsters, action, humor, amazing special effects and very WELL DEVELOPED SCRIPTS (lacking from some other Ultra series). Jack Shindo is a great character, too bad the actor playing him hasn't done more films. The first half deals with the monster/poison named Gudis (edited for a feature direct to video). Even if the plot can become a little slow...the special effects can more than make up for it. The second half deals with...RANDOM CREATURES! Free of Gudis (personally, I don't get this. I mean, the natural monsters/mutations stop comming to let Gudis go ahead and destroy, wait for Ultraman to slay it, then go back to attacking). Despite the flaw, the writer does a good job here. My last nitpick is the fact that the character of Charles Morgan got VERY IRRITATING in some points and the fact that the Kudara costume looked awful on screen. Standing still it was realistic, but while fighting/rampaging, VERY OBVIOUS FOLDS CAN BE SEEN! Ultraman himself was well staged, had everything that a superhero needed to be (better than Superman!). Tall, (if 330ft counts) muscular, (no Bruce Lee, but passable) fires many beam weapons, knows very comic- bookesque poses, fight sceens are very realistic (makes the 90's Gamera look bad) and has a bit of humor in him. JACK: (upon being defeated by Kudara, and discovering another creature is on he loose) So we're in trouble. ULTRAMAN: You got it! JACK: What can we do? ULTRMAN: I'm open to suggestions. Truly a spectical for people of all ages. A must see! 10/10


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