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The Rascal from Outer Space
Ultraman, Episode 11
Gango WOWOW
Air date 09/25/1966
Screenplay by Tatsuo Miyata
Directed by Kazuho Mitsuta
Special skill director Koichi Takano
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The Rascal from Outer Space (宇宙から来た暴れん坊 Uchū kara Kita Abarenbō?) is the 11th episode of Ultraman. On the DVD release it is called The Ruffian From Outer Space/The Rambunctious One From Space.

Plot

Hoshino and his friends find a tiny meteorite which displays incredible mental powers. It transforms into any object or person into which the person holding it at the time commands it to transform. Further study is approved, and that study is being conducted until a man with a limp steals the unusual stone.

This man, though not truly evil, is mischievous. He uses the rock from space to create a monster, called Gango. (This monster is called Gyango in the English translation transmitted to the United States in the 1960s.) The man uses Gango to play tricks on people, steal money and cause practical jokes within a hotel, but he soon ends up wishing Gango to grow to a giant size. Injured, He ends up in a coma, leaving Tokyo at the mercy of Gango, who proceeds to act like a child who plays much too roughly. Gango is met by the JSDF and the Science Patrol, but all their weapons can do is sever one of his radar-like ears, which sends Gango into an enraged frenzy. Finally, Shin Hayata, one of the Patrol's members, has his Jet VTOL knocked into water near the hotel location; while under water, he ignites the Beta Capsule and is transformed into Ultraman, who then fights Gango. But owing to Gango's cowardly nature, the "fight" takes up enough time for Ultraman to weaken. As Gango sees Ultraman running out of time, as his (Ultraman's) warning light indicates, the criminal awakens from his coma. Seeing what his creation is doing, he wishes the creature away. The towering monster re-transforms back into the softball-sized meteorite, which Hayata calls a "telepathic stone" and says "doesn't belong here." It is gathered by Ultraman and taken back into space.

Cast

Appearances

Ultras

Kaiju/Seijin

DVD Release

  • Ultraman Volume 3 Features Episodes 9-12.
  • Ultraman Complete Series Features All Episodes.


Ultraman Episodes
Ultra Operation No.1 | Shoot the Invaders! | Science Patrol, Move Out | Five Seconds Before the Explosion | Secret of the Miloganda | The Coast Guard Command | The Blue Stone of Vallarge |The Lawless Monster Zone | Lightning Operation | The Mysterious Dinosaur Base | The Rascal from Outer Space | Cry of the Mummy | Oil S.O.S. | The Pearl Defense Directive | Terrifying Cosmic Rays | Science Patrol Into Space | Passport to Infinity | Brother from Another Planet | Demons Rise Again | Terror on Route 87 | Breach the Wall of Smoke | Overthrow the Surface | My Home is Earth | The Undersea Science Center | Mystery Comet Typhoon | The Prince of Monsters: Part 1 | The Prince of Monsters: Part 2 | Human Specimens 5 & 6 | The Challenge Into Subterra | Phantom of the Snow Mountains | Who Goes There? | The Endless Counterattack | The Forbidden Words | Present from the Sky | The Monster Graveyard | Don't Shoot Arashi! | The Littlest Hero | The Spaceship Rescue Command | Farewell, Ultraman

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