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Toei 100

Toei 100 Great Heroes Super Fight (東映100大ヒーロー スーパーファイト Tōei Hyaku Dai Hīrō Sūpā Faito) is a 1986 video-only film introducing one-hundred Toei's superheroes from their tokusatsu productions and other shows.

CompositionEdit

This work is roughly divided into 6 parts. Here, for convenience, each part is expressed as "(letter) part".

  • Firstly, in part A, the feature starts with the movie Gekko Kamen and introduces the heroes of the black and white era mainly in the 1950s and 1960s, including theatrical movies and historical dramas. The sole color work is Dai Ninjutsu Eiga: Watari.
  • Next, Part B features the heroic groups of the late 1960s, which is the heyday of the monster boom. Footage from Akuma-kun to Kamen no Ninja Akakage, Captain Ultra and Giant Robo plays.
  • Part C features the heroesIcon-crosswiki of the Kamen Rider SeriesIcon-crosswiki up to ZXIcon-crosswiki, who was then the latest hero of the franchise (Kamen Rider BlackIcon-crosswiki would follow in 1987). Subsequently, the transformation scenes of remaining "henshin" heroes" of the early 1970s are introduced individually, and then the battle scenes of the heroes of each work flow. However, life-size robot heroes such as Android Kikaider and Robotto Keiji are recorded as individual images at the end of the corner.
  • Part D mainly introduces works in the latter half of the 1970s, such as Himitsu Sentai GorengerIcon-crosswiki. This is an individual introduction for each work or series. After the introduction of the five GorengersIcon-crosswiki, their successors of J.A.K.Q. DengekitaiIcon-crosswiki are presented, and footage from the film J.A.K.Q. DengekitaiIcon-crosswiki is used to depict the two Sentai of Shotaro Ishinomori fighting together. The other heroes of the late 1970s are introduced in succession.
  • Part E features the Super Sentai SeriesIcon-crosswiki after Battle Fever JIcon-crosswiki which united the elements of the hero teamIcon-crosswiki and the Giant RoboIcon-crosswiki. Following Battle Fever, the Robos from Denshi Sentai DenzimanIcon-crosswiki to Choudenshi BiomanIcon-crosswiki were introduced in still images, followed by the activities of warriorsIcon-crosswiki and robots from Denziman to Bioman from archive footage. While members of Gorenger and J.A.K.Q. had been introduced individually, subsequent Sentai were represented by their Giant Robo over the team. However, in the case of individual heroes who fight with Giant Robots such as Spider-Man and Kyojuu Tokusou JuspionIcon-crosswiki, they are given priority.
  • Part F serves as the final corner, introducing the later science fiction heroes centered on the Space Sheriff SeriesIcon-crosswiki. The scene where the Space SheriffIcon-crosswiki trio gathers and transforms in the final episodeIcon-crosswiki of Uchuu Keiji ShaiderIcon-crosswiki followes, and from there on is an individual introduction in order. The video of the special drama GeGeGe no Kitaro broadcasted the previous year (1985) of this video release is also acknowledged.
  • The special closes with the successive scenes of successive heroes with still images following the video of the latest work Jikuu Senshi SpielbanIcon-crosswiki, followed by the original Gekko Kamen. Finally, the "End" mark is displayed.

Since the two latest works Flashman and Spielban (respectively followed by Hikari Sentai MaskmanIcon-crosswiki and Choujinki MetalderIcon-crosswiki in 1987) were ongoing at the time of this release, Flashman's landmark Second RoboIcon-crosswiki, Titan BoyIcon-crosswiki Great TitanIcon-crosswiki, as well as the new female warrior, Helen LadyIcon-crosswiki, older sister of Spielban, are not included as they had yet to be introduced.

List of HeroesEdit

No. Hero Work Notes
1 Gekko Kamen Gekko Kamen (1958-59; Movie Version) Footage is taken from the theatrical films as opposed to the television series.
2 Yusei Oji Yusei Oji (1958-59; Movie Version)
3 7-Color Mask Nana-iro Kamen (1959-60)
4 Messenger of Allah Messenger of Allah (1960)
5 Iron Sharp Uchuu Kaisokusen
6 National Kid National Kid
7 Fuefuki Doji New Country Story Fuefuki Doji (Jidaigeki movie series)
8 Kaze Kozou Kaze Kozou (Jidaigeki)
9 Hakuba Douji Hakuba Douji (Jidaigeki)
10 Hakuchō no Kishi Hakuchō no Kishi (Jidaigeki)
11 Ninja Butai Gekkō Ninja Butai Gekkō (Movie Version)
12 Watari Dai Ninjutsu Eiga: Watari (Jidaigeki film)
13 Devil Akuma-kun (live-action version)
14 Older Devil Mephisto
15 Younger Devil Mephisto
16 Golden Bat Golden Bat (1966 feature film)
17 Akakage Kamen no Ninja Akakage (1967-68)
18 Aokage
19 Shirokage
20 Captain Ultra Captain Ultra (1967)
21 Joe
22 Hack
23 Giant Robo Giant Robo (1967-68)
24 Kappa no Sanpei Kappa no Sanpei: Yokai Daisakusen (Jidaigeki film)
25 Kora no Rokubee
26 Kido Jonosuke Sorcerer's Martial Arts Book
27 Kamen Rider 1Icon-crosswiki (written as simply Kamen Rider) Kamen RiderIcon-crosswiki (1971-73)
28 Kamen Rider 2Icon-crosswiki
29 Kamen Rider V3Icon-crosswiki Kamen Rider V3Icon-crosswiki (1973-74) Related footage is from the battleIcon-crosswiki with Spider-NapoleonIcon-crosswiki in Kamen Rider XIcon-crosswiki as opposed to V3 itself.
30 Kamen Rider XIcon-crosswiki Kamen Rider XIcon-crosswiki (1974) Because X's show followed V3, his place is swapped with Riderman.
31 RidermanIcon-crosswiki Kamen Rider V3 (1973-74) Footage comes from TV specials All Together! Seven Kamen Riders!!Icon-crosswiki (1976) and Birth of the 10th! Kamen Riders All Together!!Icon-crosswiki (1984) as opposed to V3.
32 Kamen Rider AmazonIcon-crosswiki Kamen Rider AmazonIcon-crosswiki (1974-75)
33 Kamen Rider StrongerIcon-crosswiki Kamen Rider StrongerIcon-crosswiki (1975)
34 Electro-Wave Human TackleIcon-crosswiki
35 SkyriderIcon-crosswiki Kamen Rider (Skyrider)Icon-crosswiki (1979-80)
36 Kamen Rider Super-1Icon-crosswiki Kamen Rider Super-1Icon-crosswiki (1980-81)
37 Kamen Rider ZXIcon-crosswiki Birth of the 10th! Kamen Riders All Together!!Icon-crosswiki (1984)
38 Andro Mask Love! Love!! Witch Teacher (1971-72)
39 Barom One Chojin Barom One (1972)
40 Henshin Ninja Arashi Henshin Ninja Arashi (1972-73)
41 Tsuki no Wa
42 Condorman Seigi no Shinboru Condorman (1975)
43 Inazuman Inazuman (1973-74) / Inazuman F (1974)
44 Kikaider Android Kikaider (1972-73)
45 Kikaider 01 Kikaider 01 (1973-74)
46 Bijinder
47 Robot Detective K Robotto Keiji (1973)
48 AkarengerIcon-crosswiki Himitsu Sentai GorengerIcon-crosswiki (1975-77) Partly uses footage from the film J.A.K.Q. Dengekitai vs. GorengerIcon-crosswiki (1978).
49 KirengerIcon-crosswiki
50 MidorengerIcon-crosswiki
51 AorengerIcon-crosswiki
52 MomorengerIcon-crosswiki
53 Spade AceIcon-crosswiki J.A.K.Q. DengekitaiIcon-crosswiki (1977)
54 Dia JackIcon-crosswiki
55 Heart QueenIcon-crosswiki
56 Clover KingIcon-crosswiki
57 Big OneIcon-crosswiki (Introduced only with his image taken from J.A.K.Q. Dengekitai vs. GorengerIcon-crosswiki (1978).)
58 Xavitan Akumaizer 3 (1975-76)
59 Gabra
60 Evil
61 Bibyun Choujin Bibyun (1976-77)
62 Zushiin
63 Bashhan
64 Fire-Stealth Captor 7 Ninja Captor (1976-77)
65 Wind-Stealth Captor 5
66 Flower-Stealth Captor 3
67 Ground-Stealth Captor 4
68 Thunder-Stealth Captor 1
69 Water-Stealth Captor 2
70 Gold-Stealth Captor 5
71 Kagestar The Kagestar (1976-77)
72 Bellestar
73 Skyzel Uchuu Tetsujin Kyodain (1976-77)
74 Grounzel
75 Zubat Kaiketsu Zubat (1977)
76 Nagareboshi Message from Space: Galactic Wars (1978-79)
77 Maboroshi
78 Daitetsujin 17 Daitetsujin 17 (1977)
79 Spider-Man Spider-Man (1978-79)
80 Battle Fever RoboIcon-crosswiki (Battle Fever JIcon-crosswiki) Battle Fever JIcon-crosswiki (1979-80)
81 DaiDenzinIcon-crosswiki (Denshi Sentai DenzimanIcon-crosswiki) Denshi Sentai DenzimanIcon-crosswiki (1980-81)
82 Sun Vulcan RoboIcon-crosswiki (Taiyo Sentai Sun VulcanIcon-crosswiki) Taiyo Sentai Sun VulcanIcon-crosswiki (1981-82)
83 Goggle RoboIcon-crosswiki (Dai Sentai Goggle VIcon-crosswiki) Dai Sentai Goggle VIcon-crosswiki (1982-83)
84 DynaRoboIcon-crosswiki (Kagaku Sentai DynamanIcon-crosswiki) Kagaku Sentai DynamanIcon-crosswiki (1983-84)
85 BioRoboIcon-crosswiki (Choudenshi BiomanIcon-crosswiki) Choudenshi BiomanIcon-crosswiki (1984-85)
86 Space Sheriff GavanIcon-crosswiki Uchuu Keiji GavanIcon-crosswiki (1982-83) Partly uses footage from the special final episodeIcon-crosswiki of Uchuu Keiji ShaiderIcon-crosswiki (1985).
87 Space Sheriff SharivanIcon-crosswiki Uchuu Keiji SharivanIcon-crosswiki (1983-84)
88 Space Sheriff ShaiderIcon-crosswiki Uchuu Keiji ShaiderIcon-crosswiki (1984-85)
89 Machineman Seiun Kamen Machineman (1984)
90 Byclosser Gin Kyodai Ken Byclosser (1985)
91 Byclosser Ken
92 Change RoboIcon-crosswiki (Dengeki Sentai ChangemanIcon-crosswiki Dengeki Sentai ChangemanIcon-crosswiki (1985-86)
93 JuspionIcon-crosswiki Kyojuu Tokusou JuspionIcon-crosswiki (1985-86)
94 Kitaro GeGeGe no Kitarō (Monday Drama Land version)
95 Sunakake Babaa
96 Konaki Jijii
97 Ittan Momen
98 Flash KingIcon-crosswiki (Choushinsei FlashmanIcon-crosswiki) Choushinsei FlashmanIcon-crosswiki (1986-)
99 Dimensional Warrior SpielbanIcon-crosswiki Jikuu Senshi SpielbanIcon-crosswiki (1986-)
100 Diana LadyIcon-crosswiki
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