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Evil Brain from Outer Space (1966)

A monstrous evil brain from outer space leads his minions on a crusade to conquer the universe, and unleashes hideous monsters on Earth that spread deadly diseases. Superhero Starman must ... See full summary »
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Credited cast:
Ken Utsui Ken Utsui ... Starman / Super Giant
Junko Ikeuchi Junko Ikeuchi
Minoru Takada Minoru Takada
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Makoto Abe Makoto Abe ... Fumio Sakurai
Hiroshi Asami Hiroshi Asami ... Kawada
Kami Ashita Kami Ashita
Chisako Hara Chisako Hara ... Kyôko Sakurai (as Chisako Tahara)
Hiroshi Hayashi Hiroshi Hayashi
Terumi Hoshi Terumi Hoshi
Noriko Katsuma Noriko Katsuma ... Noriko Sakurai
Shûji Kawabe Shûji Kawabe ... One Leg Man
Den Kunikata Den Kunikata ... Detective Okamoto
Shinsuke Mikimoto Shinsuke Mikimoto
Utako Mitsuya Utako Mitsuya
Fumiko Miyata Fumiko Miyata
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A monstrous evil brain from outer space leads his minions on a crusade to conquer the universe, and unleashes hideous monsters on Earth that spread deadly diseases. Superhero Starman must rescue Earth from the menace of the evil brain while battling armies of monsters the brain sends against him. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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Starman: I was not born on your planet Earth. Instead, I was sent here to save you from the Zemarians. You will die if I fail to kill him. Starman is what I am called.
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Follows Atomic Rulers (1965) See more »

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Incoherent silliness
6 April 2018 | by jamesrupert2014See all my reviews

"Evil Brain from Outer Space" is an almost randomly assembled series of clips from the last three episodes of the Japanese kid's tokusatso "Space Giant" (7, 8, and 9) with a ridiculous voice-over plot involving the preserved brain of Balazar, dictator of planet Zemar and the disembodied organ's plans to conquer Earth with his army of mutants. The benevolent beings of the Emerald Planet once again send Starman (the hero's English moniker), equipped with the miraculous 'globemeter', to save Earth. The film makes little sense (three independent adventures were chopped up and some of the pieces reassembled into this opus) and mostly consists of lengthy, poorly choreographed fights scenes that rise above tedious only when the acrobatic mutant shows up. Only worth watching by fans (or students) of the genre who want closure on the four movie Starman franchise.


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Country:

Japan | USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

21 January 1966 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Super Giant 7, 8 & 9 See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono (Western Electric Noiseless Recording)

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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