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Kamen Raidâ tai Shokkâ (1972)

Professor Daidoji has developed a gravity machine called the GX Device. Unfortunately, Shocker wants it; so they attack the professor and destroy his laboratory, but come home empty-handed.... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Hideyo Amamoto ...
Dr. Desugoddo-hakase
Hiroshi Fujioka ...
Shinji Nakae ...
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Takeshi Sasaki ...
Jirô Yabuki ...
FBI Agent Taki (as Jirô Chiba)
Akiji Kobayashi ...
Gorô Naya ...
Sôsai
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Mahito Tsujimura ...
Zanjiô (type:Salamander Shocker's new Cyborg monster) (voice)
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Professor Daidoji has developed a gravity machine called the GX Device. Unfortunately, Shocker wants it; so they attack the professor and destroy his laboratory, but come home empty-handed. Shocker's agents find out that the plans for the GX Device are with Daidoji's daughter, who is celebrating her birthday. Now the Kamen Riders, along with FBI agent Kazuya Taki, must protect Daidoji's daughter and prevent Shocker from obtaining the plans. Written by Anonymous

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18 March 1972 (Japan)  »

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Kamen Rider vs. Shocker  »

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28 July 1999 | by See all my reviews

This is the 1st Kamen Rider theatrical movie. And it's also one of my favorite Kamen Rider movies yet, but it's not the best. There is no such thing as a bad Kamen Rider movie, they are all top-notch and excellent. But this movie missed some of the drama seen in the tv series. It's mostly an action movie, but it does have a plot. But I guess that's the point of a "big budget movie of a tv series", make it into an action picture while trying to keep the charm of the tv series (like the X-files). Well, fortunately this movie does keep most of the charm that can be seen in the tv show. It really isn't until the second movie "Kamen Rider vs. Hell's Ambassador" we get ALL the charm of the tv show.

I give it 9/10.


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