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List of Gamera movies

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This is a list of all official Gamera movies in order of release date. There are 12 Gamera films in all, with the first 11 all produced by the now-defunct Daiei Motion Picture Company Ltd., while the most recent film, Gamera the Brave, was produced by Kadokawa Pictures after it acquired all of Daiei's remaining assets.


Number, International Title, and Release Date Poster Japanese Title Director Monsters
Flagicon Japan.png November 27, 1965
Giant Monster Gamera
(大怪獣ガメラ,   Daikaijū Gamera)
Noriaki Yuasa Gamera
Gamera vs. Barugon
Flagicon Japan.png April 17, 1966
Giant Monster Duel: Gamera vs. Barugon
(大怪獣決闘 ガメラ対バルゴン,   Daikaijū Kettō Gamera tai Barugon)
Shigeo Tanaka Gamera, Barugon
Gamera vs. Gyaos
Flagicon Japan.png March 15, 1967
Giant Monster Dogfight: Gamera vs. Gyaos
(大怪獣空中戦 ガメラ対ギャオス,   Daikaijū Kūchū-sen Gamera tai Gyaosu)
Noriaki Yuasa Gamera, Gyaos
Gamera vs. Viras
Flagicon Japan.png March 20, 1968
Gamera vs. Space Monster Viras
(ガメラ対宇宙怪獣バイラス,   Gamera tai Uchū Kaijū Bairasu)
Noriaki Yuasa Gamera, Viras, Barugon (stock footage), Gyaos (stock footage)
Gamera vs. Guiron
Flagicon Japan.png March 21, 1969
Gamera vs. Giant Evil Beast Guiron
(ガメラ対大悪獣ギロン,   Gamera tai Dai Aku-jū Giron)
Noriaki Yuasa Gamera, Guiron, Space Gyaos, Gyaos (stock footage)
Gamera vs. Jiger
Flagicon Japan.png March 21, 1970
Gamera vs. Giant Demon Beast Jiger
(ガメラ対大魔獣ジャイガー,   Gamera tai Daimajū Jaigā)
Noriaki Yuasa Gamera, Jiger (Adult and Offspring)
Gamera vs. Zigra
Flagicon Japan.png July 17, 1971
Gamera vs. Deep Sea Monster Zigra
(ガメラ対深海怪獣ジグラ,   Gamera tai Shinkai Kaijū Jigura)
Noriaki Yuasa Gamera, Zigra
Gamera: Super Monster
Flagicon Japan.png March 20, 1980
Space Monster Gamera
(宇宙怪獣ガメラ,   Uchū Kaijū Gamera)
Noriaki Yuasa Gamera, Gyaos (stock footage), Guiron (stock footage), Barugon (stock footage), Jiger (stock footage), Viras (stock footage), Zigra (stock footage)
Gamera: Guardian of the Universe
Flagicon Japan.png March 11, 1995
Gamera: Giant Monster Midair Battle
(ガメラ 大怪獣空中決戦,   Gamera Daikaijū Kūchū Kessen)
Shusuke Kaneko Gamera, Gyaos / Super Gyaos
Gamera 2: Attack of the Legion
Flagicon Japan.png July 13, 1996
Gamera 2: Legion Invasion
(ガメラ2 レギオン襲来,   Gamera Tsū Region Shūrai)
Shusuke Kaneko Gamera, Legion (Mother and Soldiers)
Gamera 3: Revenge of Iris
Flagicon Japan.png March 3, 1999
Gamera 3: Evil God Awakening
(ガメラ3 邪神〈イリス〉覚醒,   Gamera Surī Irisu Kakusei)
Shusuke Kaneko Gamera, Iris, Hyper Gyaos
Gamera the Brave
Flagicon Japan.png April 29, 2006
Little Braves: Gamera
(小さき勇者たち~ガメラ~,   Chīsaki Yūsha Tachi ~Gamera~)
Ryuta Tazaki Avant Gamera, Original Gyaos, Toto, Zedus

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3 months ago
Score 1

It's only just occurred to me that now we're in the year 2020, that means that the 2010s have been the first decade since Gamera's debut that we've not had a full feature length Gamera film. That makes me sad.


  • Gamera (65)
  • Gamera vs. Barugon (66)
  • Gamera vs. Gyaos (67)
  • Gamera vs. Viras (68)
  • Gamera vs. Guiron (69)


  • Gamera vs. Jiger (70)
  • Gamera vs. Zigra (71)


  • Gamera: Super Monster (80)


  • Gamera: Guardian of the Universe (95)
  • Gamera 2: Attack of Legion (96)
  • Gamera 3: Revenge of Iris (99)


  • Gamera the Brave (06)


  • No movies

The H-Man

3 months ago
Score 0
Additionally, if there's no new Gamera film released by April 19, 2021 (which is very unlikely at this point), then we'll be in the longest drought in series history.


3 months ago
Score 0
So you could say that the 50th anniversary short film is like a water bottle in the middle on the drought.


44 months ago
Score 1
So little Gamera movies, we need more!


44 months ago
Score 0
Hopefully we do get more. It's gonna keep getting less and less likely to happen, but I still want there to be a Godzilla crossover with Gamera.
Kadokawa Pictures (formerly Daiei Motion Picture Company)
Kadokawa Pictures
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