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A man named Tsukamoto is stabbed to death with a bayonet inside a haunted cave attraction at a thriller park. Masaru Kirioka, a science journalist for the Toto Newspaper, gets to the scene before the police and finds a strange wire on the ground. Detective Okazaki of the Tokyo Police finds Kirioka snooping around the crime scene and takes him outside, then brings the witnesses into the cave to try and refresh their memory of the event. All of the witnesses state that they only saw the killer from behind, and that he promptly ran off down another tunnel. No other signs of the killer can be located, and the only leads detectives have to go by are a military I.D. tag and note found on Tsukamoto's body. The note cryptically instructs Tsukamoto to meet the writer in the Cave of Horror, in order to "learn what happened 14 years ago." In the office at the military cabaret Daihonei, the head of Hainan Trading, Masayoshi Onishi, meets with the club's proprietor Syogen Ryu to discuss Tsukamot...
Staff role on the left, staff member's name on the right. 1. Directed by Jun Fukuda 2. Written by Shinichi Sekizawa 3. Produced by Tomoyuki Tanaka 4. Music by Sei Ikeno 5. Cinematography by Kazuo Yamada 6. Edited by Ichiji Taira 7. Production design by Kyoe Hamagami and Takeo Kita 8. Assistant directing by Taku Nagano 9. Special effects by Eiji Tsuburaya 10. Assistant Director of Special Effects Teruyoshi Nakano 11. Art Direction by Akira Watanabe 12. Special Effects Photography by Hidezaburo Araki 13. Lighting by Kuichiro Kishida 14. Matte Process by Hiroshi Mukoyama 15. Optical Photography by Shuzaburo Araki
Actor's name on the left, character played on the right. 1. Koji Tsuruta as Masaru Kirioka, reporter for Toto Newspaperscience department 2. Yumi Shirakawaas Akiko Chujo, employee for Nippo Seiki Corporation sales department 3. Seizaburo Kawazu as Masayoshi Onishi, president of Hainan Trading 4. Yoshio Tsuchiyaas Chief Detective Okazaki 5. Tadao Nakamaru as Goro Nakamoto (Lance Corporal Sudo), the Telegian 6. Akihiko Hirataas Police Inspector Kobayashi 7. Takamaru Sasaki as Dr. Yoshiki Nikki, professor of electrical engineering 8. Yoshibumi Tajimaas Syogen Ryu, owner of the Daihonei cabaret 9. Fuyuki Murakami as Dr. Miura, professor of electrical engineering 10. Ikio Sawamura as Thriller show announcer 11. Sachio Sakai as Taki, construction contractor for Kofu 12. Shin Otomo as Tsukamoto, broker 13. Ren Yamamoto as Detective Morane 14. Fumindo Matsuo as Shimura, Toto Newspaperreporter 15. Kiyomi Mizunoya as Cottage manager 16. Tsuruko Mano as Old lady at the cottage, Genzo's wife 17...Electrical Transmission Human(literal Japanese title)The Secret of the Electric Man (O Segredo do Homem Elétrico; Brazil)The Telegian(alternate English title)The Electrical Facsimile(alternate English title)
The Secret of the Telegian was dubbed into English by a company in Hong Kong, with a voice cast that included actor Ted Thomas voicing Detective Kobayashi. Editions of the Los Angeles Timesfrom July 19-23, 1961, list the film as playing in the Toho La Brea Theater, presumably in Japanese with English subtitles, as the English dubbed version bears a later 1963 copyright date. The North American theatrical distribution rights for The Secret of the Telegian were acquired by Herts-Lion International Corp. in 1964. Though Herts-Lion initially planned to release the film theatrically, it ultimately decided to simply release a black-and-white print of Toho's international English dubbed version of the film to television in 1964.
TohoDVD (2005) 1. Region: 2 2. Discs: 1 3. Audio: Japanese 4. Subtitles: Japanese 5. Special Features: Audio commentary by Tadao Nakamaru, theatrical trailer, galleries of behind-the-scenes and promotional images, featurette with Koichi Kawakita, booklet Though The Secret of the Telegianis not available on Blu-ray, an HD version of the film can be rented or purchased on the Japanese versions of Amazon Video and iTunes.The Secret of the Telegian is the only entry in the Transforming Human Seriesto not receive a theatrical release in North America.Originally, Ishiro Honda was meant to direct this film, but he left the film to direct Battle in Outer Space, which had been delayed due to the production of The Three Treasures, instead. In his pl...
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