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Rating: 7 stars

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Japan night club teleportation scientist WWII soldiers revenge murder

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Seen on: 09/07/2017

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The Secret of the Telegian (1960)

Directed by Jun Fukuda

Science Fiction | Crime

Overview

Men are being murdered by a psycho called “The Telegian,” who uses a matter-transmitting device to locate his victims.

Length 85 minutes

Actors

Kiyomi Mizunoya | Senkichi Ômura | Tsuruko Umano | Fumindo Matsuo | Ren Yamamoto | Shin Ôtomo | Sachio Sakai | Ikio Sawamura | Fuyuki Murakami | Yoshifumi Tajima | Takamaru Sasaki | Seizaburô Kawazu | Yumi Shirakawa | Tadao Nakamaru | Yoshio Tsuchiya | Akihiko Hirata | Koji Tsuruta | Yutaka Sada | Akira Sera

Viewing Notes

Another TKU-TV film for Yoshio Tsuchiya week. Another film I haven’t seen. Another film directed by Jun Fukuda.

This is pretty neat early 60s sci-fi. What I love about Japanese science fiction films is the heady nature of the premise. This involves a WWII soldier that uses a teleportation device to murder those that have wronged him. I’d like to get this on DVD.

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