|The Monster Graveyard|
|Ultraman, Episode 35|
|Screenplay by||Mamoru Sasaki|
|Directed by||Akio Jissoji|
|Special skill director||Koichi Takano|
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The Monster Graveyard (怪獣墓場 Kaijū Hakaba) is episode 35 of Ultraman.
On a patrol of space, Daisuke Arashi and Mitsuhiro Ide stumble onto "The Ultra Zone," an area of outer space they liken to a "Monster Graveyard." Upon their return, once Captain Toshio Muramatsu reads their report, whose contents break Akiko Fuji down in tears and motivate Mura to agree to memorial services for the destroyed monsters there, Shin Hayata flees the Science Patrol control room in remorse. He then laments what he (Hayata) has had to do, and ignites the Beta Capsule to transform. Ultraman is in agreement with the Science Patrol that memorial services should be held. These take the Buddhist form, and Hayata participates in spite of being personally atheistic.
But in the course of a mission to Mars that is being conducted, a monster called Seabozu is inadvertently brought to Earth from the Monster Graveyard. The Science Patrol attempts to return it back to where it belongs, and so does Ultraman, using up enough energy to make his warning light blink in the process. Hayata then suggests making the rocket that will bring Seabozu back to space resemble Ultraman.
- Toshio Muramatsu (ムラマツ・トシオ Muramatsu Toshio): Akiji Kobayashi (小林 昭二 Kobayashi Akiji)
- Shin Hayata (ハヤタ シン Hayata Shin): Susumu Kurobe (黒部 進 Kurobe Susumu)
- Akiko Fuji (フジ アキコ Fuji Akiko): Hiroko Sakurai (櫻井 浩子 Sakurai Hiroko)
- Daisuke Arashi (アラシ・ダイスケ Arashi Daisuke): Sandayū Dokumamushi (毒蝮 三太夫 Dokumamushi Sandayū)
- Mitsuhiro Ide (イデ・ミツヒロ Ide Mitsuhiro): Masanari Nihei (二平 政成 Nihei Masanari)
- Neronga (Ghost; cameo)
- Kemular (Ghost; cameo and stock footage)
- Antlar (Ghost; cameo)
- Gango (Ghost; cameo)
- Garamon (Ghost; cameo)
- Telesdon (Ghost; cameo)
- Gomora (picture and stock footage)
- Gamakujira (picture and stock footage)
- Aboras (picture)
- Gavadon (picture)
- Red King (picture)
- Goldon (stock footage)
- Gigass (stock footage)
- Jamila (stock footage)
- Ultraman Volume 9 features episodes 33-36.