The children grow to adulthood. Fathers in a village have been captured by an evil warlord and forced to work in labor camps. Kozasa begs the god of the mountain to save her brother and Kogenta and punish the wicked Samanosuke. Daimajin awakens to inflict chaos to all around him including the landscape and the evil lord. After the tears hit him he transforms back into a statue before a ball of light flies out of him and disappears into the sky before the statue crumbles to dust. Kozasa tearfully pleads Daimajin to cease its rampage, letting her tears fall on its stone feet. Kogenta takes the two children to his aunt Shinobu's house.
Genba Onikojima as Jutarô Hôjô. The production isn't as good as the previous Daimajin movie as the movie relies heavily on the acting ability of the four very young actors. Kozasa then tries to awaken Arakatsuma, and even goes as far as to offer her life to the god by throwing herself off a nearby waterfall, but is held back by the boy. The fathers of some local children were captured by an evil warlord and forced to work in his labor camps. In town, Tadafumi sneaked through the construction site where Kogenta was being dangled from a pole, but was himself captured, as Kogenta had been used as bait for him. Daimajin rescues both Kogenta and Tadafumi and proceeds to utterly destroy the fortress. Near this idol is an ancient temple - safe as only Shinobu knows of its existence.
The four boys pay their respects to the statue when they pass it so that they do not incur it's wrath. An earthquake then creates a fissure that swallows the demolition team, but not Kozasa or the boy. This saves them from his wrath when he comes down off the mountain one last time to teach that wicked samurai a thing or two. This proves that Daimajin only takes side with commoners and is made clear when he kills castle retainers who, though unaffiliated with the villains, are indifferent to the commoners' peril. As it walks out into the clearing, Kozasa prostrates herself before it; the idol, animated by the reawakened Daimajin Arakatsuma, assumes a terrifying appearance and goes to Samanosuke's stronghold.
Also noteworthy is that this final film in the trilogy very much parallels the Gamera series also by Daiei in which the titular monster forms a bond with young children. Everything looks hopeless for the people of the village until a strange force from beneath the water's surface begins pulling enemy soldiers to their deaths. With both awaiting execution, Shinobu tries to talk to the tyrant, warning him that the god of the mountain's curse will befall him should he continue his evildoing ways. These events are observed by Lord Hanabasa, and the chamberlain, Samanosuke, who is attempting to seize power in the area. Uncover detailed information about Wrath of Daimajin 1966. With Hideki Ninomiya, Shinji Hori, Masahide Iizuka, Muneyuki Nagatomo.
Kozasa then offers her prayer to the statue, and informs it that Lord Samanosuke is being unjust in the city. A boy, Take-bō, gets word to Tadafumi and his sister, Kozasa that their friend is a prisoner. The elderly , Shinobu Otome Tsukimiya , issues a dire warning, but the men ignore her. The crew that travels up the mountain to smash the idol accidentally discovers Kozasa and Take-bō, and force them to take them to the statue. This film is different, politically, from the first two in that Daimajin is awakened by the pleas of a poor, rural boy rather than by someone of rank, and fights to rescue and avenge common people.
As the crew travels up the mountain, they capture Kozasa and the boy, and force them to take them to the statue. The plot of this movie is very similar to the other films with a couple of notable exceptions. The son, Tadafumi Yoshihiko Aoyama reaches his 18th birthday. Staff role on the left, staff member's name on the right. The trilogy of films were all shot simultaneously and released in 1966 with three different directors and predominantly the same crew.
This Japanese version of The Golem, who aided the Jews against their oppressors, was a creation of Daiei Studios, but produced far fewer films than their best known monster, Gamera. The matte paintings are fantastic as is the miniature work. Reissued as a single disc in 2005. The four kids are unusually resourceful, and gets around where even adults would find it a challenging situation, surviving in mountainous wilderness, and in a snow storm. These citations are used to identify the reliable sources on which this article is based.
Take-bō unsuccessfully begs Daimajin to stop; as the boy was about to get trampled on by the idol, Kozasa steps in and saves him. Wrath of Daimajin: Giant statue exacts revenge upon those who conquer its worshippers. Its anger now quelled, Daimajin's spirit leaves the idol, restoring it to its former appearance before it collapses into a heap of rubble. Special effects are just as good, and it's one of the best '60s suitmation movie. The caliber of other actors aren't as high as well. In a mountainous region of Japan, Lord Arakawa kidnaps the. Did I mention that I hate subtitles? Ryûta - Dodohei's Younger Brother.
Vindicated by the victory at the Breach, the Jaeger program has evolved into the most powerful global defense force in human history. Vision again, this was a mistake; they placed the second film's title on the third film , Majin's Counterattack literal English title , The Revenge of Majin international English title , and Majin Strikes Again informal English title that probably would have been used if American International Television had released it in the U. Eventually, the warlord's men anger the statue, who once again comes to life and destroys everyone who haven't been paying homage and respect to him. Lord Danjô Mikoshiba Rest of cast listed alphabetically:. The place is ripe for revolution, and surviving Hanabusa retainers are starting to return. These kids are the worst of the worst.
The hawk adds another element of danger to the boys as well as a direct link to the natural world. Back at the shrine, Samanosuke's men break up the ceremony, forbidding all such gatherings in the future. The entire village then gathers at their shrine to pray that it will remain imprisoned. Daimajin sends a hawk to accompany the kids and to protect them, but when things goes badly for the kids, Daimajin turns his fierce face to the evil warlord. Explore interactive visualizations about the cast, ratings, recommendations, plot, and more. Wrath of Daimajin Wrath of Daimajin General Information Directed by Kenji Misumi Produced by Masaichi Nagata Written by Tetsurô Yoshida Composed by Production Information Distributed by Rating Unrated Budget??? During a memorial ceremony for the late Chigusa lord, Mikoshiba launches an attack, overthrowing the honorable Lord Juro. The children and their fathers are spared, mostly because of the event before, as the labor camps are destroyed.