|Ultraman: Monster Movie Feature|
|Directed by:||Hajime Tsuburaya,|
|Produced by:||Tsuburaya Productions|
|Written by:||Mamoru Sasaki|
Bin "Satoshi" Furuya
|Music by:||Kunio Miyauchi|
|Distributed by:||Tsuburaya Productions|
|Release Date(s)||July 22, 1967|
|Running time||79 min|
|Succeeded by||Ultraman, Ultraseven: Great Violent Monster Fight|
Ultraman: Monster Movie Feature (長篇怪獣映画ウルトラマン Chōhen Kaijū Eiga Urutoraman) is a 1967 Japanese tokusatsu kaiju film consisting of re-edited material from the original television series Ultraman, directed by Hajime and Eiji Tsuburaya and produced by Tsuburaya Productions and Toho.
Episodes 1, 8, 26, and 27 of Ultraman were used for the film. They were narrated by Hikari Urano as a "Ultraman Documentary". Allegedly only one new scene was shot. Also that some parts of the movie where shot in black and white for unknown reasons. The movie screened at the same time as the Toho movie King Kong Escapes.
- Akiji Kobayashi as Toshio Muramatsu
- Susumu Kurobe as Shin Hayata
- Sandayū Dokumamushi as Daisuke Arashi
- Masanari Nihei as Mitsuhiro Ide
- Hiroko Sakurai as Akiko Fuji
- Akihiko Hirata as Dr. Iwamoto
- Bin "Satoshi" Furuya as the original Ultraman
It was released on DVD in Japan in 2006 to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the Ultra series. The movie was rereleased on a boxset containing all of the Showa Ultra Series to comemorate the 45th anniversary of Ultraman.
- Chôhen kaijû eiga: Urutoraman (1967) at the Internet Movie Database
- "ウルトラマン" (in Japanese). Japanese Movie Database.
- "URUTORAMAN" (in English). The Complete Index to World Film.