Ramayana (ラーマーヤナ,   Ramayana?) is a Japanese Tokusatsu film created by Toho during the early 1940s, based on the Hindu legend of the same name. Extremely little is known of the short, due in part to its lack of opening or ending credits; however, it is believed to have been written by Kohan Kawauchi, who would later create Japan's first television superhero series Moonlight Mask, among numerous other works. Its special effects are also rumored to have been directed by Eiji Tsuburaya. The film surfaced online after being broadcasted on the Japanese specialty channel NECO on August 21, 2003. [1]

Plot

a mysterious object is seen flying in mid air it slowly travels down to the ground the trees and flowers bloom as it flys past when it touches the ground it transforms into a beautiful woman, she plays a flute and animals run toward the noise and dance the women starts dancing herself a alpaca or a llarma, a Giant comes throw the clouds and pics her up and steals her but she gets away.

she re-appears and enters a cave full of different creatures, later the ruler tells her to go to a castle later creatures all around the land the giant re-appears and leaves the castle monkey guards shoot arrows at the giant but the castle is set on fire by the giant but is trapped inside and all creatures are seen dancing the end.

Ryoma Asano looks like talking to him with a "Ramayana" doll on his palm. The staff who operate the dolls are also shown Provided by Teru Asano

Staff

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

Cast

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

  • Ryunosuke Kabayama as Ravana


Appearances

Monsters

Trivia

References

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