A mad scientist who loves monsters creates a monster of his own and hides it in a lake.

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Episode credited cast:
Susumu Kurobe ...
Sandayû Dokumamushi ...
Masaya Nihei ...
Hiroko Sakurai ...
Akiji Kobayashi ...
Bin Furuya ...
Ultraman / Hotel Boy
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jun Haichi ...
Prof. Nikaidou
Kôji Ishizaka ...
Kanta Mori ...
Dr. Nakamura
Jirass (Kaiju)
Yutaka Nakayama ...
Haruhiko Okamura ...
Hayashi Ichiro
Yasuhiko Saijô ...
Koichi Takano ...
Fisherman (cameo)


A mad scientist who loves monsters creates a monster of his own and hides it in a lake.

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18 September 1966 (Japan)  »

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Godzillas Guest-Appearance on Ultraman
29 May 2008 | by (Germany) – See all my reviews

In this 10th episode Ultraman has to fight Jirass, a dinosaur-monster created by a mad scientist who once disappeared at Loch Ness. He became mad with researching dinosaurs and so, back in Japan and disguised as an even more mad scientist, he builds his laboratory at a fishing lake and breeds his own.

Jirass is an interesting guest-appearance by Godzilla himself. He's wearing a costume, too, and get's a very special personal fight scene. At first Ultraman and Godzilla just compare their skills (shooting rocks that they throw into the air); then after some real wrestling Ultraman finishes the Big G off with a very subtle and samurai-like cut which leads to a emotional death scene.

This episode is (on purpose) more cheesy and pulp than the episodes before and it works very well! (The professor reminds more of a Kamen Rider Shocker-Member / or Dr. Hell from Mazinger than anything we saw so far in this series) Always strange: in this great kids television series it's OK for Ultraman to rip off monsters body parts (including display of blood) and then to hit or tease the monsters with their own dismembered body parts. Even I am sometimes puzzled and shocked - and I like Evil Dead.

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