This article is about a/an movie in the Ultra Series.
Ultraman Zearth
A movie for Ultra Series
Release date March 9, 1996
Directed by Shinya Nakajima
Episode Guide
Order in Continuity
Ultraman vs. Kamen Rider
Ultraman Zearth 2: Superman Big Battle - Light and Shadow
Production Order
Ultraman vs. Kamen Rider
Ultraman Zearth 2: Superman Big Battle - Light and Shadow

Ultraman Zearth (ウルトラマンゼアス Urutoraman Zeasu?) is a movie by Tsuburaya Productions produced in 1996. Ultraman Zearth was released as a celebration of Tsuburaya's 30th anniversary, as part of Ultraman Wonderland. It featured many homages to previous series, including some of the members of the original Science Patrol from Ultraman.

Arashi is a helicopter reporter (which is not too far from what he currently does in real life). In Ultraman Zearth, Hayata is a night watchman (who holds his flashlight up like a Beta Capsule) and in Ultraman Zearth 2 he is a common citizen who tries to transform into Ultraman with a spoon (echoing Hayata's performance from episode 34), Akiko (the only woman who ever catches the MYDO plane taking off from a secret base exit, which happens to be a billboard), Ide (as a photographer), and Captain Muramatsu, as a fisherman.

In Ultraman Zearth 2, Ide shows up as the fisherman's son with a photograph of his dad (actor Akiji Kobayashi, who played Captain Muramatsu, died between films). And finally, in Ultraman Zearth 2, we are treated to a rare cameo reappearance of Jiro Dan, who played Hideki Go from The Return of Ultraman as a telecast reporter on TV.


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A game adaption of Ultraman Zearth was available for PlayStation.

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