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20th May '16 1:59:23 AM Morgenthaler
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* {{Badass}}: All of the kaiju, but Gamera especially.
25th Feb '16 12:53:35 PM Faruke97
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** The final film in the trilogy takes this far further, with [[spoiler: Gamera causing tons of collateral death and destruction protecting Earth from other monsters]], and ending on a [[spoiler: severely wounded and bloodied Gamera prepairing to begin a fight he'll probably die in.]]

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** The final film in the trilogy takes this far further, with [[spoiler: Gamera causing tons of collateral death and destruction protecting Earth from other monsters]], and ending on a [[spoiler: severely wounded and bloodied Gamera prepairing preparing to begin a fight he'll probably die in.]]
13th Nov '15 12:46:19 AM Bicker
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After that, the Heisei trilogy ended. It took seven years for a new Gamera movie to come. ''Gamera The Brave'', the franchise's lone (as of yet) contribution to the "Millennium" era of kaiju, attempted to be more like the Showa films while still keeping the Heisei trilogy's tone. It tells the story of a younger Gamera named Toto by a young boy called Toru Aizawa, who raises him from a hatchling, having to rise up to face the threat of a frilled lizard monster called Zedus.

[[http://augustragone.blogspot.co.uk/2014/03/gamera-returns-to-big-screen-in-2015.html He was to get a new film in 2015]], produced by Shigenori Takatera of Series/KamenRiderKuuga and Series/DaimajinKanon fame, but restructuring of Kadokawa has lead to a delay in the project. However, a [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=riLiop5vhJI 50th Anniversary short film]] doubling as a proof-of-concept trailer for a new feature in 2016-2017 was released at New York Comic Con 2015, directed by Katsuhito Ishii, who is also writing the new film.

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After that, the Heisei trilogy ended. It took seven years for a new Gamera movie to come. ''Gamera The Brave'', the franchise's lone (as fourth and long thought to be final Gamera film of yet) contribution the Heisei era, held no relation to the "Millennium" era previous three films, instead going for a full reboot of kaiju, the franchise. It attempted to be more like the Showa films while still keeping the Heisei trilogy's tone. It tells the story of a younger Gamera named Toto by a young boy called Toru Aizawa, who raises him from a hatchling, having to rise up to face the threat of a frilled lizard monster called Zedus.

Zedus. While reception for this new film was positive a sequel never materialized and the series once again fell back into hibernation.

[[http://augustragone.blogspot.co.uk/2014/03/gamera-returns-to-big-screen-in-2015.html He was to get a new film in 2015]], produced by Shigenori Takatera of Series/KamenRiderKuuga and Series/DaimajinKanon fame, but restructuring of Kadokawa has lead to a delay in the project. However, a [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=riLiop5vhJI 50th Anniversary short film]] doubling as a proof-of-concept trailer for a new feature in 2016-2017 was released at New York Comic Con 2015, directed by Katsuhito Ishii, who is also writing the new film.
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!!!Millenium Series (2006)

* ''Film/GameraTheBrave''

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\n!!!Millenium Series (2006)\n\n* ''Film/GameraTheBrave''
''Film/GameraTheBrave'' (2006)



!!The Millenium series contains examples of:

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!!The Millenium series contains examples of:
13th Oct '15 5:07:49 PM Shachihoko
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[[http://augustragone.blogspot.co.uk/2014/03/gamera-returns-to-big-screen-in-2015.html He was to get a new film in 2015]], produced by Shigenori Takatera of Series/KamenRiderKuuga and Series/DaimajinKanon fame, but restructuring of Kadokawa has lead to a delay in the project. However, a [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8HH0k_HNjBA 50th Anniversary short film]] doubling as a proof-of-concept trailer for a new feature in 2016-2017 was released at New York Comic Con 2015, directed by Katsuhito Ishii, who is also writing the new film.

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[[http://augustragone.blogspot.co.uk/2014/03/gamera-returns-to-big-screen-in-2015.html He was to get a new film in 2015]], produced by Shigenori Takatera of Series/KamenRiderKuuga and Series/DaimajinKanon fame, but restructuring of Kadokawa has lead to a delay in the project. However, a [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8HH0k_HNjBA com/watch?v=riLiop5vhJI 50th Anniversary short film]] doubling as a proof-of-concept trailer for a new feature in 2016-2017 was released at New York Comic Con 2015, directed by Katsuhito Ishii, who is also writing the new film.
8th Oct '15 1:44:43 PM Arawn999
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!!! New Series (2015 onwards)

* ''Film/{{Gamera}}'' (Tentatively 2015)
8th Oct '15 12:31:21 PM FigmentJedi
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[[http://augustragone.blogspot.co.uk/2014/03/gamera-returns-to-big-screen-in-2015.html He will get a new film in 2015]], produced by Shigenori Takatera of Series/KamenRiderKuuga and Series/DaimajinKanon fame.

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[[http://augustragone.blogspot.co.uk/2014/03/gamera-returns-to-big-screen-in-2015.html He will was to get a new film in 2015]], produced by Shigenori Takatera of Series/KamenRiderKuuga and Series/DaimajinKanon fame.
fame, but restructuring of Kadokawa has lead to a delay in the project. However, a [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8HH0k_HNjBA 50th Anniversary short film]] doubling as a proof-of-concept trailer for a new feature in 2016-2017 was released at New York Comic Con 2015, directed by Katsuhito Ishii, who is also writing the new film.
15th Sep '15 4:47:41 PM jedidarrick
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In 1965, a black-and-white {{kaiju}} movie was made by Creator/{{Daiei}} in order to cash in on the success of Franchise/{{Godzilla}}. That would star a legendary friend of all children known as ''Gamera''.

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In 1965, a black-and-white {{kaiju}} movie was made by Creator/{{Daiei}} in order to cash in on the success of Franchise/{{Godzilla}}. That would star a legendary friend of all children FriendToAllChildren known as ''Gamera''.
29th Aug '15 8:16:28 PM nombretomado
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* TooLongDidntDub: The children's nickname for police officer Kondo, "Kon-chan", was left untouched in the Sandy Frank dub - where it makes no sense. This led to a running gag in the MST3K episode he appeared in where the cast mishears it as "Cornjob".

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* TooLongDidntDub: The children's nickname for police officer Kondo, "Kon-chan", was left untouched in the Sandy Frank dub - where it makes no sense. This led to a running gag in the MST3K [[Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000 MST3K]] episode he appeared in where the cast mishears it as "Cornjob".
27th Aug '15 5:22:26 PM nombretomado
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The legacy of Gamera modestly carried on and particularly in America. After Gamera's first film premiered in U.S. theaters in a somewhat modified form, the first five sequels were shown constantly on local television stations in the '70s and '80s. The [[ClipShow aforementioned]] eighth film Film/GameraSuperMonster aired on {{MTV}} at a time when they rarely showed movies and, was also released to local television. In the late '80s, the seventh film Film/GameraVsZigra had its [[MissingEpisode long overdue]] release along with differently edited/dubbed versions of four other Gamera films via airings on USANetwork and local stations as well as video releases from new distributor Sandy Frank. Gamera was introduced to a new audience when the Sandy Frank versions aired as episodes of the series ''MysteryScienceTheater3000''. On the show, it was derided for having too many [[{{Narm}} cringe-worthy Gamera moments]] (One infamous scene had Gamera swing up and down a pole, Film/{{Gymkata}} style), bad dubbing, and [[PanderingToTheBase too much emphasis on the kids]].

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The legacy of Gamera modestly carried on and particularly in America. After Gamera's first film premiered in U.S. theaters in a somewhat modified form, the first five sequels were shown constantly on local television stations in the '70s and '80s. The [[ClipShow aforementioned]] eighth film Film/GameraSuperMonster aired on {{MTV}} at a time when they rarely showed movies and, was also released to local television. In the late '80s, the seventh film Film/GameraVsZigra had its [[MissingEpisode long overdue]] release along with differently edited/dubbed versions of four other Gamera films via airings on USANetwork and local stations as well as video releases from new distributor Sandy Frank. Gamera was introduced to a new audience when the Sandy Frank versions aired as episodes of the series ''MysteryScienceTheater3000''.''Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000''. On the show, it was derided for having too many [[{{Narm}} cringe-worthy Gamera moments]] (One infamous scene had Gamera swing up and down a pole, Film/{{Gymkata}} style), bad dubbing, and [[PanderingToTheBase too much emphasis on the kids]].
3rd Aug '15 9:49:16 PM HomerSimpson
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---> '''Joel and the bots''' provide [[GagDub their translation of the theme song]], ''Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000: Gamera vs. Guiron''


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---> --> '''Joel and the bots''' provide [[GagDub their translation of the theme song]], ''Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000: Gamera vs. Guiron''

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