Kure Kure Takora (1973-74)

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Kure Kure Takora
Kure Kure Takora (Series)
Air date October 1, 1973 -
September 27, 1974
Produced by Satoru Isono, Osamu Isono
Distributed by Toho
Channel(s) Fuji TV
Genre(s) Tokusatsu; Comedy
Episodes 260

Kure Kure Takora (クレクレタコラ,   Kure Kure Takora) is a Japanese tokusatsu show produced by Toho that aired from October 1, 1973 to September 27, 1974.

Plot

Kure Kure Takora is centered around the inhabitants of Wonder Forest, particularly Kure Kure Takora, a red octopus who wants to make everything he sees his, and embarks on a number of misadventures attempting to do so.

Episodes

TBA

Staff

Staff role on the left, staff member's name on the right.

  • Written by   Ko Tsuboshima, Hiroshi Kashiwabara, Hiroshi Nagano, Yuko Kinoshita, Yoshimi Shinozaki, Yuji Watanabe, Toshiaki Matsushima, Masashi Euhara, Goroku Tsurukawa, Shinichi Ichikawa
  • Directed by   Ko Tsuboshima, Katsumune Ishida, Masao Asano, and Tsugunobu Otani
  • Music by   Shunsuke Kikuchi
  • Produced by   Osamu and Satoru Isono
  • Created by   Osamu and Satoru Isono

Cast

Actor's name on the left, character played on the right.

Appearances

Monsters

Video Releases

Pioneer LDC (2002)[1]

  • Released: June 12, 2002
  • Region: Region 2
  • Language: Japanese
  • Format: Color, Dolby, Limited Edition
  • Other Details: 1.33:1 aspect ratio, 685 minutes run time, 4 discs, box set

Trivia

  • In the show's original run, episodes 223, 252 and 255 of Kure Kure Takora never aired for unknown reasons.
    • The episodes would eventually be aired when the entire series was rebroadcast with the exception of episode 220, which was excluded due to the fact that Kure Kure Takora was repeatedly referred to as crazy. This was thought to be verbally abusive to the mentally ill, as he eventually goes on a violent rampage attacking all the inhabitants of Wonder Forest with a sword.

References

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