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Spectreman 

Supekutoruman (original title)
Sent by the Nebula Star to defend the Earth, a super-cyborg fights mutated pollution monsters created by the evil space-simians Gori and Rah.
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 Walla (1978) 26 episodes, 1971
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Sent by the Nebula Star to defend the Earth, a super-cyborg fights mutated pollution monsters created by the evil space-simians Gori and Rah.

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Referenced in Cinemassacre's Monster Madness: Godzilla Vs. Megalon (2008) See more »

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Spectreman March
("Supekutoruman Machi")
(Main Title Theme, Episodes 40-63)
Composed & Arranged by Kunio Miyauchi
Lyrics by Tomio Sagisu (as Sôji Ushio)
Sung by The Misuzu Children's Choir & The Vocal Shop
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This show was one of the best of its era and a funky 70's background soundtrack added to its coolness.
10 June 2004 | by See all my reviews

A pleasure to have these on DVD as they are now in the public domain. Ever since watching them alongside Ultraman, Space Giants, Johnny Sokko and His Flying Robot on KTVU Channel 2 in the San Francisco Bay Area during the mid-70's, I've always wanted to be able to view them again. A time when a hero was a hero and stood up to the evils posed by giant monsters and space aliens. Doesn't get much better than that, unless you actually have a real transformation crystal. This show was one of the best of its era and the funky 70's background soundtrack added to its coolness. I advise you to pick up a DVD set on EBay or some other auction site and share the adventure with your family and friends. The great retro looks, music and cheesy acting will take you back to those halcyon days.


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