What's most important is entertainment. If there's too much detail, the audience won't be interested. So my philosophy is [to] just add enough to tell the story and keep it moving along.
— Shinichi Sekizawa
Shinichi Sekizawa (関沢 新一 was a Sekizawa Shin'ichi)Japanese screenwriter noted for his immense contributions to Toho's tokusatsu output in the Showa era. He also created the 1968 miniseries Agon. Sekizawa passed away on November 19, 1992, at the age of 72 from myocardial infarction.
- Varan (1958)
- Battle in Outer Space (1959)
- The Secret of the Telegian (1960)
- Mothra (1961)
- King Kong vs. Godzilla (1962)
- Samurai Pirate (1963) [with Takeshi Kimura]
- Atragon (1963)
- Mothra vs. Godzilla (1964)
- Dogora (1964)
- Ghidorah, the Three-Headed Monster (1964)
- Invasion of Astro-Monster (1965)
- Ultraman (TV 1966-1967) [episode 1; with Tetsuo Kinjo]
- Monster Booska (TV 1966-1967) [episode 3]
- Ebirah, Horror of the Deep (1966)
- The Killing Bottle (1967)
- Son of Godzilla (1967) [with Kazue Kiba]
- Agon (TV 1968) [episodes 1-2]
- Mighty Jack (TV 1968) [episode 1]
- Latitude Zero (1969) [with Ted Sherdeman][a]
- All Monsters Attack (1969)
- Godzilla vs. Gigan (1972)
- Agon (TV 1968) - Supervisor
- Mothra (1961) - "Mothra's Song" [with Ishiro Honda, Tomoyuki Tanaka; as Koji Yuki]
- All Monsters Attack (1969) - "Monster March"
- Godzilla vs. Gigan (1972) - "Godzilla March" [with Jun Fukuda]
- Godzilla vs. Megalon (1973) - "Godzilla and Jet Jaguar: Punch! Punch! Punch!"
- Sekizawa wrote the lyrics for Mothra's insert song, "Mothra's Song" with Ishiro Honda and Tomoyuki Tanaka under the joint pen name Koji Yuki (由起こうじ. Yuki Kōji)
- Sekizawa wrote and directed a science fiction film for Kokumotsu Films in 1956 entitled Fearful Attack of the Flying Saucers, in which aliens from the M87 Nebula launch an attack on Earth using flying saucers. It was his sole stint as a director, having only previously served as an assistant director on Hiroshi Shimizu's Children of the Great Buddha. The film was considered lost until a 16mm print of it sold online for ¥2.1 million in 2010, after which plans were made for a DVD release that has yet to manifest.
- Credited as "Screenplay Adviser" in the film's international export version.
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