Gamera vs. Viras (1968) credits

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The following are transcripts of the translated Japanese credits of Gamera vs. Viras and its American version, AITV's Destroy All Planets.

Gamera vs. Viras[edit | edit source]

Produced by

Hidemasa Nagata

Planning by

Shoichi Fujita
Kazumasa Nakano

Screenplay by

Nisan Takahashi

Photographed by

Akira Kitazaki

Special effects by

Kazufumi Fujii

Recording by

Kimio Tobita

Lighting technician

Shoichi Uehara

Art director

Tomohisa Yano

Composed by

Kenjiro Hirose

Theme songs "Gamera March" and "Our Gamera"

Performed by
Daiei Children's Choir
Lyrics by
Hidemasa Nagata
Arranged and composed by
Kenjiro Hirose
Daiei Records


Shoji Sekiguchi

Effects compositing by

Yuzo Kaneko

Effects lighting by

Mamoru Ishizaka

Wire operation by

Haruo Sekiya

Sound effects by

Nobuyoshi Ogura

Assistant director

Masayoshi Imago

Production manager

Shin Kawamura

Special thanks to

Boy Scouts of Japan

Processing by

Tokyo Laboratory


Kojiro Hongo
Michiko Yaegaki (Newcomer)
Mari Atsumi (Newcomer)
Junko Yashiro (Newcomer)
Yoshiro Kitahara
Akira Natsuki
Koji Fujiyama
Chikara Hashimoto
Carl Craig Jr.
Toru Takatsuka (Wakakusa Theatre Group)
Kenji Go
Munehiko Takada
Peter Williams
Ken Nakahara
Keiichiro Yamane
Saburo Shinoda
Mary Morris
Daihachi Kita
Naomi Kawashima
Tomoo Yamagami
Seiji Funada
Ryuji Inazuma
Minako Saijo
Himawari Theatre Group
Kojika Theatre Group

Narrated by

Genzo Wakayama

Directed by

Noriaki Yuasa

Destroy All Planets[edit | edit source]


Kojiro Hongo
Toru Takatsuka
Kurl Crane

Photography by

Akira Kitazaki

Screenplay by

Fumi Takahashi

Music by

Kenjiro Hirose

Produced by

Hidemasa Nagata

Directed by

Kenji Yuasa

American Re-Recording

Titan Productions, Inc.

Directed by

Bret Morrison

Edited by

Eli Haviv
Emil Haviv

The characters and incidents portrayed and the names used herein are fictitious and any similarity to the names, characters, or history of any person is entirely coincidental and unintentional.


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