Set Price $79.95
Partial Price $8.00 / DVD
Number of DVDs 13 DVDs
Number of Episodes 53 Episodes + Extras
Completed Series Completed
Language Japanese
Subtitle -
Menu Function Japanese Interactive
Source Digitally Remastered

Original Run: April 6, 1973 to April 5, 1974

The actual child of the Mother of Ultra and the Father of Ultra, he is ostensibly one of the strongest Ultramen, although he seems to get killed a lot and receives a lot of help from his mother, father, and all of his brothers. Taroh gets his head chopped off by Enmargo in Episode 14, and gets killed by Birdon in Episode 18. Kotaroh Higashi, the human counterpart of Taro, has feelings for Saori, the girl who lives in the Shiratori household where he has taken residence. In Episode 1, he rides on the foot of the monster Astromons. Saori, by the way, likes to puff out her cheeks and frown when angry.

The monster Birdon kills Taroh and Zoffy, taking all Six Ultra Brothers to defeat Tempera-seijin. Balkie-seijin has the distinction of being based on a reject design for upcoming hero Ultraman Leo. Repeat monsters from the past include a yellow Eleking (from Ultra Seven), Bemustar (from Ultraman Jack), Belokuron (Ultraman Ace), Sabotendar (Ace), Giant Yapool (Ace), Mephiras-seijin (from Ultraman), and Tyrant (a chimera of a lot of monsters from the past). To get away from the chōjū concept established in Ultraman Ace -- the "terrible monsters" that were supposed to be stronger than ordinary monsters -- it was established in Ultraman Taroh that the new monsters were even stronger still. This fact was quickly established by having new monster Astromonse beat up and swallow whole OilDrinker, the last of the chōjū.

In the end, Higashi turns in his badge. He returns the Ultra Badge to the Mother of Ultra in the last episode, kills Balkie-seijin without help from anyone, and heads off to walk the Earth.

Taken from Wikipedia - Free Encyclopedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ultraman_Taro


- Pilot Episode-01 Teaser
- Ultra & Monster Digital Profile (4 - 5 profiles per DVD)
- Interview with the current (aged) main actor (Kotaro)
- DVD Premier along with interview for the main lead actor & actress
- Commentaries from Hayata (Ultraman), Dan Moroboshi (Ultra Seven), and more
- Promotion Footages / Digests
- Ultra Woman "National Hayabusa Vacuum Cleaner" CM footage (15, 30, 60 sec)
- The Grand Opening of Ultraman Theme Park Promotion Clips
- Interview with the current (aged) main actress
- Remastered Title Back of miniatures planes and base used on the OP song
- Table conference with 5 Ultra Brother - Human form (split into 2 sessions)
- Interview with one of the ZAT crew

- Digitally Restored Visual and Audio (Digitally Remastered) DVD
- Interactive Menu Split Chapters
- Full screen Presentation, NTSC, Aspect Ratio 4 : 3
- Dolby Digital Stereo: Japanese Track
- All / Free / No Regional Coding

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