Wanigon vs. Gamaron (2000)
Wanigon vs. Gamaron (海底怪獣ワニゴン対地底怪獣ガマロン is a Kaitei Kaijū Wanigon tai Chitei Kaijū Gamaron, lit. "Undersea Monster Wanigon vs. Underground Monster Gamaron")2000 direct-to-video tokusatsu kaiju short film written and directed by Ryuji Kii (the former under his pen name Sho Midorioka). It was produced and released on VHS by Amapro. The titular monsters originated as plastic model kits released by Nitto in 1966, which were in turn based on Barugon and Gamera; Amapro released its own vinyl versions of the characters alongside the film.
Wanigon appears in a city just before Gamaron emerges from a construction site and challenges him. Gamaron leaps over Wanigon, crash-landing into a building and giving Wanigon an opening to charge and impale the monster with his horn. He then uses his head to knock over Gamaron and proceeds to tear out and eat the innards of the frog monster, seemingly killing him. As Wanigon continues to eat the entrails of his foe, Gamaron suddenly jolts back to life, sinking his fangs into Wanigon's neck. Gamaron holds on until Wanigon foams at the mouth and collapses into a nearby building, dead. The victory is short-lived as Gamaron also succumbs to his fatal injury and dies shortly after.
- Disclaimer: Some name translations may be incorrect.
Staff role on the left, staff member's name on the right.
- Directed by Ryuji Kii
- Supervised by Akira Inoue
- Written by Sho Midorioka
- Executive producer Hiromi Kii
- Satoru Miki
- Takayuki Tsuge
- Masakatsu Yagi
- Junko Kumanomido
- Hiromi Toyokawa
- Naoaki Yoshioka
- Hiroshi Kanda
- Nobuaki Ito
- Satoko Okubo
- Mayumi Kimura
- Suit acting by Daisuke Sato
- Gen Murata
- Kazuaki Hashimoto
Amapro VHS (2000)
- Tapes: 1
- Audio: Japanese
- Main article: Wanigon vs. Gamaron/Gallery.
This is a list of references for Wanigon vs. Gamaron. These citations are used to identify the reliable sources on which this article is based. These references appear inside articles in the form of superscript numbers, which look like this: 
- LeMay, John (27 November 2019). The Big Book of Japanese Giant Monster Movies: The Lost Films: Mutated Edition. Bicep Books. ISBN 978-1701683945.
- Tsutsumi, Tetsuya (April 2020). Japan Showa Outrageous Monster Complete Works. Tatsumi Publishing. ISBN 978-4-7778-2507-3.
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