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Zone Fighter aka Zone, The Meteor Man aka Ryusei Ningen Zone
1973 - Color - 26 Episodes - 780 min
Released April 1973 Public Domain May 2001
Director: Tomoyuki Tanaka
Starring: Kazuya Aoyama, Kazumi Kitahara, Takashi Sato
The Zone Family is forced to Earth after their home planet is destroyed by the Garoga Army. Posing as the Sakimori Family the Zone's had hoped to begin a new life, instead they become Earth's defenders against the Garoga Army. The Zone Fighters are able to transform into a giant size to battle the giant beasts enslaved by the Garoga.
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Cult Japanese classic Zone Fighter aka Zone, The Meteor Man, aka Ryusei Ningen Zone, is a Tokusatsu science fiction superhero television series. The show aired on Japanese television for a scant 5 months from April 2 to September 24, 1973, with a total of 26 episodes. It became an innovative cult classic to compete with such shows as the popular Ultra Man Series, Kamen Rider and Android Kikaider. What has given Zone Fighter such notoriety is the guest appearances of such iconic characters as Godzilla, King Ghidorah and Gigan.
Godzilla, the King of the Monsters appears as the occasional ally of Zone Fighter in fighting the Garoga Terro-Beasts called forth by the Zone Family to assist when needed.
There is even a secret Godzilla Cave used for emergencies in episode 21. Godzilla appeared in Episodes 4, 11, 15, 21 and 25. He was played by actors Toru Kawai and Isao Zushi. Zushi would later play Godzilla in Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla and Kawai would don the costume for Terror of Mechagodzilla.
King Ghidorah appeared in Episodes 5 and 6. In these appearances the space dragon was discovered being controlled by the Garogas. He is also the only monster in the series (excluding Godzilla) that didn't die in the series.
Gigan appears in Episode 11. The cyborg has lost the ability to fly or use his buzzsaw, but has been given the power to cause explosions with his scythes. He fights and is briefly defeated by Godzilla, but after reviving he is killed by Zone Fighter at the end of the episode.
1. Destroy The Terro-Beast Missile ?
2. Beat Destro-King ?
3. Defeat Garoga's Subterranean Base ?
4. Onslaught! The Garoga Army: Enter Godzilla! (Japanese wEnglish subs) ?
5. Blast King Ghidora At Point Blank!(Japanese wEnglish subs)
6. King Ghidora Strikes Back! (Japanese wEnglish subs) ?
7. Zone Family's Critical Moment ?
8. Smash The Terrifying Invader! ?
9. Search For The Secret Of Red Spider ?
10. Zone Fighter Annihilated!
11. In The Twinkling Of An Eye: The Roar Of Godzilla! ?
12. Terrorbeast HQ - Invade The Earth! ?
13. Absolute Terror: Birthday Of Horror! ?
14. Insane With Anger! The Garoga Boy's Squad ?
15. Submersion! Godzilla, Save Tokyo!
16. Counterstrike Of Terror! Garoga-Robot! ?
17. Go! Fighter Emergency Take Off! ?
18. Directive: Destroy The Japanese Laboratory! ?
19. Order: Crush The Earth With Comet K! ?
20. Desperate Struggle! Can You Hear Fighter's Song?
21. Invincible! Godzilla's Violent Charge! ?
22. Counterstrike! Strike Down Super-Jikiro! ?
23. Secret Of Bakugon - The Great Terro-Beast! ?
24. Smash The Pin-Spitter Needlar! ?
25. Bloodbath! Zone & Godzilla vs The United Terro-Beast Army!
26. Pulverize Operation: Garoga
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