The return. (帰還)
In Tokyo, a young boy named Manafu and his father are among the citizens fleeing from swarms of Gyaos attacking the city. Manafu's father pushes his son out of the way just before he is eaten by a Gyaos pursuing them. As the Gyaos prepares to consume the boy, a second Gyaos smashes through a nearby building and attacks it. This Gyaos turns its attention to the boy as well, only to be crushed underfoot by Gamera. Gamera then turns to an approaching swarm of Gyaos and takes in a huge breath of air before unleashing a gigantic blast of fire that annihilates them all.
10 years later, Manafu, now an adult, watches as an eight-limbed creature devastates Tokyo. Suddenly, Gamera appears once again to challenge the monster.
Staff role on the left, staff member's name on the right.
- Directed by Katsuhito Ishii
- Planned and produced by Tsuyoshi Kikuchi
- Music by Kenji Kawai
- Production design by Yuji Tsuzuki
- Monsters designed by Kan Takahama
Actor's name on the left, character played on the right.
- Rui Takahashi as Manafu
- Kankuro Kudo as Manafu's father
On October 8, 2015, Kadokawa Senior Managing Director Shinichiro Inoue and producer Tsuyoshi Kikuchi held a 50th anniversary presentation for Gamera at New York Comic-Con. Handbills and T-shirts were distributed at the event, which culminated in a screening of GAMERA. An official website dedicated to the short was also launched, and it was reported that the short would be screened at the 2015 Tokyo International Film Festival later that month, along with restored versions of Gamera vs. Gyaos, Gamera the Guardian of the Universe, Gamera 2: Attack of Legion, and Gamera 3: Revenge of Iris.
- Main article: Gamera (short film)/Gallery.
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