Eiji Tsuburaya - Works - Special Effects

Special Effects

During his 50-year career, he worked on approximately 250 films in total. His Visual Effects works include:

  • Atarashiki Tsuchi (1937) - Director Of Special Effects
  • Kaigun Bakugeki-tai (1940) - Special Effects
  • Enoken no songokÅ«: songokÅ« zenko-hen (1940) - Special Effects Supervisor
  • Shiroi Hekiga (1942) - Special Effects
  • Nankai No Hanataba (1942) - Special Photographic Effect
  • Tsubasa No Gaika (1942) - Special Effects
  • Hawai Mare oki kaisen (1942) - Director Of Special Effects
  • Ahen senso (1943) - Special Effects
  • Ai No Sekai: Yamaneko Tomi No Hanashi (1943) - Special Effects
  • Ongaku Dai-Shingun (1943) - Special Effects
  • Hyoroku Yume-Monogatari (1943) - Special Effects
  • Otoko (1943) - Special Effects Supervisor
  • Ano hata o ute (1944) - Special Effects
  • Kato hayabusa sento-tai (1944) - Special Effects Supervisor
  • Tokyo Gonin Otoko (1945) - Special Effects Supervisor (Credited as Eiichi Tsuburaya)
  • Urashima Taro No Koei (1946) - Special Photographic Effects
  • A Thousand and One Nights with Toho (1947) - Special Effects Supervisor
  • Hana Kurabe Tanuki Goten (1949) - Special Effects
  • Invisible Man Appears (1949) - Special Effects Supervisor
  • The Lady of Musashino (1951) - Special Effects Supervisor
  • The Skin of the South (1952) - Special Effects Supervisor
  • Ashi Ni Sawatta Onna (1952) - Special Effects Supervisor
  • The Man Who Came to Port (1952) - Special Effects Supervisor
  • Anatahan (1953) - Specialist (Credited As Tsuburaya)
  • Seishun Zenigata Heiji (1953) - Special Effects
  • The Eagle of the Pacific (1953) - Director Of Special Effects
  • Aijin (1953) - Special Effects Supervisor
  • Sound of the Mountain (1954) - Special Effects
  • Farewell Rabaul (1954) - Director Of Special Effects
  • Samurai 1: Musashi Miyamoto (1954) - Special Effects
  • Godzilla (1954) - Special Effects
  • Tomei Ningen (1954) - Special Effects Director
  • Ginrin (1955) - Special Effects
  • Godzilla Raids Again (1955) - Director Of Special Effects
  • Half Human (1955) - Director Of Special Effects
  • Meoto zenzai (1955) - Special Effects Supervisor
  • Godzilla, King of the Monsters! (1956) - Special Effects
  • Legend of the White Snake (1956) - Special Effects Director
  • Rodan! The Flying Monster (1956) - Director Of Special Effects
  • Throne of Blood (1957) - Special Effects
  • The Mysterians (1957) - Director Of Special Effects
  • Song for a Bride (1958) - Special Effects
  • The H-Man (1958) - Director Of Special Effects
  • Varan the Unbelievable (1958) - Director Of Special Effects
  • The Hidden Fortress (1958)
  • Songoku: The Road To The West (1959) - Special Effects Director
  • Submarine I-57 Will Not Surrender (1959) - Special Effects Director
  • The Birth of Japan (1959) - Director Of Special Effects
  • Battle in Outer Space (1959) - Special Effects
  • The Secret of the Telegian (1960) - Special Effects
  • Storm Over the Pacific (1960) - Special Effects Director
  • The Human Vapor (1960) - Director Of Special Effects
  • Osaka Jo Monogatari (1961) - Director Of Special Effects
  • Mothra (1961) - Director Of Special Effects
  • Blood On The Sea (1961) - Special Effects Director
  • Gen To Fudomyo-O (1961) - Director Of Special Effects
  • The Last War (1961) - Special Effects Director
  • Gorath (1962) - Special Effects Director
  • Kurenai No Sora (1962) - Special Effects Director
  • King Kong vs. Godzilla (1962) - Director Of Special Effects
  • Chushingura: Hana no Maki, Yuki no Maki (1962) - Special Effects Director
  • Varan the Unbelievable (1962) - Director Of Special Effects
  • Attack Squadron! (1963) - Special Effects Director
  • Chintao Yosai Bakugeki Meir Ei (1963) - Special Effects Director
  • Matango (1963) - Director Of Special Effects
  • The Lost World Of Sinbad (1963) - Special Effects Director
  • Atragon (1963) - Director Of Special Effects
  • Shikonmado - Dai Tatsumaki (1964) - Special Effects Director
  • Kyomo Ware Ozorami Ari (1964) - Special Effects Supervisor
  • Mothra vs. Godzilla (1964) - Director Of Special Effects
  • Dogora, the Space Monster (1964) - Director Of Special Effects
  • Ghidorah, the Three-Headed Monster (1964) - Special Effects Director
  • None But the Brave (1965) - Special Effects Director: Toho Special Effects Group
  • War-Gods of the Deep (1965) - Director Of Special Effects: Footage Taken From The Toho Production Atragon
  • Taiheiyo Kiseki No Sakusen: Kisuka (1965) - Director Of Special Effects
  • Frankenstein Conquers the World (1965) - Director Of Special Effects
  • Crazy Adventure (1965) - Special Effects Director
  • Dr. Goldfoot and the Bikini Machine (1965) - Director Of Special Effects: Footage Taken From The Toho Production Godzilla Vs. The Thing
  • Invasion of Astro-Monster (1965) - Special Effects Director
  • Ironfinger (1965) - Special Effects
  • War of the Gargantuas (1966) - Director Of Special Effects
  • Zero Faita Dai Kusen (1966) - Special Effects Director
  • Godzilla vs. the Sea Monster (1966) - Visual Effects Supervisor
  • King Kong Escapes (1967) - Director Of Special Effects
  • Son of Godzilla (1967) - Visual Effects Supervisor
  • Destroy All Monsters (1968) - Visual Effects Supervisor
  • Rengo Kantai Shirei Chokan: Yamamoto Isoroku (1968) - Special Effects Director
  • Kureji No Daibakuhatsu (1969) - Special Effects Supervisor
  • Latitude Zero (1969) - Director Of Special Effects
  • Battle Of Japan Sea (1969) - Special Effects Director
  • All Monsters Attack (1969) - Special Effects
  • Ultraman (1979) - Special Effects Supervisor (archive material)
  • Ultraman: Great Monster Decisive Battle (1979) - Special Effects Supervisor (archive material)

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