Gamera: Guardian of the Universe

Synopsis: The giant flying turtle is back for this 1995 Japanese feature where once again Gamera's intentions are misinterpreted by the military. All Gamera wants to do is take on his old enemy, Gyaos, the giant prehistoric bird who has nested atop Tokyo Tower.
Director(s): Shûsuke Kaneko
Production: ADV Films
  6 wins & 1 nomination.
96 min

What brings you here

at this hour, Captain?

I started thinking and couldn't sleep.

If anything should happen

to the transport,

the Pacific will become

the ocean of death.

With the one ton of plutonium

on that ship,

you could make more than one

hundred Nagasaki-type A-bombs.

No need to take the trouble

of making bombs.

Inhaling only one millionth of a gram

is sufficient to cause cancer.

Japan's only a little further.

Let's hope nothing...

This is Patrol Boat Nojima.


The Kairyu-Maru has run aground!

Run aground? It's more than

3,000 meters deep here!

But we have...

We have run aground on something.


Any radiation leak?

We're investigating.

What the hell...

Stop the engines!

Those a vailable, check the leaks

and bulkheads.

But unless ordered otherwise,

you are prohibited from entering

the cargo area!

Bring the light here!

Hope it's not somebody's submarine.

It's an atoll.

It's gigantic!

You're moving?

Didn't you stop the engines?


The atoll seems to have

moved away on its own.


It's right beneath us now.

Such an atoll is impossible.

The Kairyu-Maru has run aground

east of the Philippines Deep.

Longitude, East 130 degrees 5 minutes,

latitude North 4 degrees 30 minutes.

The vessel suffered only

minor leakage,

and there's no threat of foundering.

A special rescue squad

is being dispatched immediately

by air via...

Do you believe in a civilization

sunk under the sea?

You mean like Atlantis or

the Continent of Mu?

Right, with science more

advanced than ours.

Maybe it's related to the drifting

atoll in the Pacific.

What do you mean, an atoll?

It seems to be approaching Japan.

I understand the general picture.

We should be thankful that there

was no radiation leakage.

But what if the plutonium

had polluted the ocean?

My responsibility is immense.

The joint investigation by Yashima

Marine Insurance...

Please let me be a part of it.

Marine Agency personnel intervening

in the private sector?

I'm aware of the rules.

But being left out of the initial

investigation is frustrating.

That's why I want to find out

what that really was.






Was it Professor Hirata?

Did he hang up?

He seemed to be in a hurry.

Did he say anything?

No, but there was a lot of commotion

in the background.

I hope he's not going to ask me

to go to the island.

Hurry up!

Hurry up!

Hurry, start the engine!

A bird! A bird!

Excuse me.


Mr. Kusanagi's house is

near here, isn't it?

Does Mr. Kusanagi drink?

He drinks pure rice sake,

bourbon and rum.

He's not fond of Scotch.

This is Mr. Kusanagi's daughter.

I'm Asagi.

Sorry to be a bother.

Welcome home.

Welcome home.

Mr. Yonemori has offered to

cook for us. Isn't it great?

Is it ready to eat?

Wait a minute, before you...

I got bored with my vacation,

and so I took the liberty of helping

with the housework.

If a non-paying job is okay,

I've got one for you.

In the Pacific?

Yes, starting tomorrow.


Will it be long?

I really don't know.

We're going to look for

that drifting atoll.

Aren't you worried, with a girl

staying home alone?

I trust you. You're a big girl.

I don't think that's the point.

From around Christmas Island

to the Gilbert Isles,

off the coast of the Caroline Islands,

to the east of the Philippines Deep...

If you line up the witnesses

and encounters

in chronological order,

it looks like this.

I'm sure the atoll must be drifting

on the Black Current

from the north of the Equator Stream.

From the point it was last encountered,

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