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Director:
Writers:
Kazunori Itô (writer)
Shûsuke Kaneko (writer)
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Release Date:
6 March 1999 (Japan) See more »
Genre:
Plot:
In a small Japanese village, a young woman discovers the means for her revenge, while Gyaos birds are sighted around the world and humankind debates Gamera's allegiance. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Awards:
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User Reviews:
Simply the finest See more (50 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)
Shinobu Nakayama ... Mayumi Nagamine
Ai Maeda ... Ayana Hirasaka
Yukijirô Hotaru ... Inspector Tsutomu Osako

Ayako Fujitani ... Asagi Kusanagi
Senri Yamazaki ... Mito Asakura
Toru Tezuka ... Shin'ya Kurata
Yuu Koyama ... Tatsunari Moribe
Nozomi Andô ... Miyuki Moribe - Tatsunari's Younger Siser
Kei Horie ... Shigeki Hinohara - Ayana's Cousin
Norito Yashima ... Sakurai
Hirotarô Honda ... Mr. Saito

Aki Maeda ... Young Ayana

Hiroyuki Watanabe ... Regimental Commander
Yukie Nakama ... Female Camper
Kunihiko Mitamura ... Ayana's Father
Takahiro Itô ... Satoru Hirasaka - Ayana's Younger Brother
Kazuko Katô ... Ayana's Mother
Yûsuke Kawazu ... Akio Nojiri
Toshie Negishi ... Mrs. Hinohara - Ayana's Aunt
Satoru Saitô ... Mr. Hinohara - Ayana's Uncle
Nijiko Kiyokawa ... Tatsunari's Grandmother
Miyuki Komatsu ... Female Reporter in Shibuya
Tomorowo Taguchi ... Doctor
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Christine M. Auten ... Asakura Mito (voice: English version) (as Christine Auten)
Marcy Bannor ... Female Anchor B, Mother Nagamine (voice: English version)
Vicki Barosh ... Moribe Grandmother, Female Talkshow Guest A (voice: English version)
Cameron Bautsch ... Moribo (voice: English version)
Bob Biggerstaff ... Lieutenant C, Submersible Navigator (voice: English version)

Jessica Boone ... Myuki, Pedestrian Woman A (voice: English version)

Heather Bryson ... Female Reporter A (voice: English version) (as Heather LeMaster)
Rick Burford ... Male Reporter A (voice: English version)

Shelley Calene-Black ... Pedestrian Woman B, Mother Hirasaka, School Girl A, House Mother, Answering Machine (voice: English version)
Victor Carsrud ... Lieutenant D, Submersible Captain, Talkshow Director (voice: English version)
Luci Christian ... Asagi Kusangi (voice: English version)

Kaytha Coker ... Rail Car Intercom (voice: English version)
Marcie Corder ... Auntie Mamma, Female Interview B (voice: English version)
Kelli Cousins ... Hirasaka Ayana, Young Hirasaka (voice: English version)

Jason Douglas ... Kurata Shinya (voice: English version)
Noriko Eguchi
Cynthia Ann Feaster ... Bully Girl, Pedestrian Woman C, Talkshow Host Female (voice: English version) (as Cynthia Feaster)
Marty Fleck ... Officer Tan (voice: English version)
Patrick Givens ... Father Hirasaka (voice: English version)
Joey Goubeaud ... Paramedic (voice: English version)

Tiffany Grant ... Dr. Nagamine (voice: English version)
Yoshihiko Hakamada
Alex Harder ... Kobayashi, Submersible Pilot (voice: English version)
Richard Hasenmyer ... Mobile Radio Guy, Interpreter (voice: English version)
Steven Hasenmyer ... Moribe Friend (voice: English version)
Hikaru Ijûin ... Policeman
Kyle Jones ... Male Anchor B, Bum A, Joe Hollywood, Submersible Pilot 2, Radar Guy B (voice: English version)
John Kaiser ... Professor Nojiri (voice: English version)
Takaya Kamikawa
Shôji Kôkami
Paul Locklear ... Cousin Brother (voice: English version)

Andy McAvin ... Lieutenant, Policeman Old, Rail Station Official (voice: English version)
Thomas Meerbott ... Military Bee, Bullhorn Guy (voice: English version)

Vic Mignogna ... Doctor, Male Anchor A (voice: English version)
Kazu Nagahama ... Male camper
Chris Nelson ... Talkshow Producer (voice: English version)
Duc Nguyen ... Sakurai (voice: English version)
Takashi Nishina
Neil O'Sullivan ... Radio Guy (voice: English version)

Tony Oller ... Satoru, Pedestrian Boy (voice: English version)
David Parker ... Captain, Male Interview A (voice: English version)
Rick Peeples ... Mister Glasses (voice: English version)
Ted Pfister ... Talkshow Host, Chief Cabinet Secretary (voice: English version)
Charlie Purdy ... Military Cee (voice: English version)
Marcy Rae ... Female Interview A (voice: English version)
Hal Raleigh ... Commander, Uncle Daddy (voice: English version)

Monica Rial ... School Girl B, Pedestrain Mother, Female Anchor A, Weather Lady, Camper Female (voice: English version)
Henry Rogers ... Submersible Mate (voice: English version)
Don Rush ... Policeman B (voice: English version)
Wade Shemwell ... Policeman A (voice: English version)
Osamu Shigematu ... Salaryman interviewee
Paul Sidello ... Osako (voice: English version)
Kenneth Smith ... Messenger (voice: English version)
Yukitomo Tochino ... Homeless man
Masahiko Tsugawa
David Williams ... Lieutenant B (voice: English version)
Mike Yantosca ... Military A, Mobile Radio Guy B, Rail Station Intercom (voice: English version)
Yasunori Yuge

Directed by
Shûsuke Kaneko 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Kazunori Itô  writer
Shûsuke Kaneko  writer

Produced by
John Ledford .... executive producer (english version)
Miyuki Nanri .... producer
Naoki Sato .... producer
Yasuyoshi Tokuma .... executive producer
Tsutomu Tsuchikawa .... producer
Mark Williams .... executive producer (english version)
 
Original Music by
Kô Ohtani 
 
Cinematography by
Junichi Tozawa 
 
Film Editing by
Isao Tomita 
 
Production Design by
Toshio Miike 
Hajime Oikawa 
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Koji Yamaguchi .... first assistant director
 
Art Department
Hiroshi Sagae .... assistant production designer
 
Sound Department
Miki Nomura .... sound mixing engineer
 
Special Effects by
Shinji Higuchi .... special effects director
Makoto Kamiya .... special effects assistant
Mahiro Maeda .... creature designer
Rikiya Sô .... assistant moldmaker
 
Visual Effects by
Norihiko Iwasaki .... miniature effects
Taro Kiba .... miniature effects
Yuichi Sato .... miniature effects
Isamu Tajima .... miniature effects
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Seiichirô Mieno .... lighting assistant
 
Other crew
Carole Pavlik .... production assistant (2004 version)
 

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Gamera 3: Iris kakusei" - Japan (original title)
"Gamera: Revenge of Iris" - UK (DVD title), USA (DVD title)
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Runtime:
Canada:108 min
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Language:
Aspect Ratio:
1.85 : 1 See more »
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Did You Know?

Trivia:
Towards the end of the film when the swarm of Gyaos approaches Gamera they can be heard emitting the classic screech that Gyaos uses in the earlier Gamera films of the original series.See more »
Goofs:
Continuity: When Gamera first fights the Gyaos,Gyaos splits the K109 building in half with its laser beam(seen in a reflection). Later when Gamera hurls his fire at it,it is intact.See more »
Quotes:
Mayumi Nagamine:Every creature, however unappealing, fights to the last to survive. Humanity as well.See more »

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5 out of 5 people found the following review useful.
Simply the finest, 15 April 2002
Author: Robert W Saint John from San Francisco, CA

Yes, simply the finest daikaiju eiga made since the original Godzilla. Not only a film that can make you take Gamera seriously, but one that makes you take giant monsters seriously as well. Great story, fine acting, clever script and story, excellent directing, brilliant special effects.... this is the only one (so far!) that has it all.

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