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Ultraman M78 Theater Love & Peace (ウルトラマンM78劇場 Love & Peace, Urutoraman Emu Nana Hachi Gekijō Rabu ando Pīsu) is an anime film released on March 6, 1999, featured as a double bill for Ultraman Tiga, Ultraman Dyna, & Ultraman Gaia: The Decisive Battle in Hyperspace. The film was also broadcast in 2002 when Ultraman Cosmos was taken off the air.



Ultraseven, Ultraman Zearth, Gavadon A, Gandar and Alien Baltan enter the olympics, where they have to, in under three minutes, complete a domino track course. Gomora appears from the ground and almost ruins the whole thing. With the help from Gandar freezing the falling dominos and Alien Baltan splitting into his copies, putting back the dominoes into their correct places, they save the domino track and win the event.

MiniMini: Magic Show[]

Ultraman attempts to put on a magic show, with the assistance of Pigmon. Ultraman makes various food items vanish behind a cloth (He actually eats them), and Pigmon continues to bring progressively bigger items such as apples and a whole watermelon. By the time the magic show is over, Ultraman becomes fat and burps.

MiniMini: Monster Graveyard[]

Ultraman, complete in janitor outfit, goes to the Monster Graveyard and sucks the ghosts up in a vacuum. The vacuum becomes full of ghosts and when one small ghost appears and gets sucked up, the vacuum can't take any more and explodes, revealing that all the ghosts combined! The large ghost then chases Ultraman out of the Monster Graveyard.

MiniMini: Balloon Animals[]

Pigmon is creating balloon animals in the park, and Ultraman comes by to watch. After creating a cockatoo and a dog, Ultraman insist he should try and gets a yellow balloon from Pigmon. Sadly, Ultraman proves he's not as talented as Pigmon and ends up sending himself and the balloon flying, as Pigmon embarassedly leaves the scene.


The second animated part of the show, Ultraman and Dodongo are playing in a flower field, blowing bubbles. Ultraman discovers that the bubbles can carry objects and Dodongo fantisizes about being able to fly in the bubble, crashing into Ultraman and sending him away in a bubble! Dodongo then chases the bubbled Ultraman around M78 and winds up in the ocean. After receiving a helpful light from Ragon, Dodongo and Ultraman float away in their bubble, only to have it be popped by Birdon! The two plumet to the ground, but apparently, they where asleep the whole time and just in time for Tiga to wake them up for dinner. However, the item Ragon gave to Dodongo is hidden behind some bushes...

MiniMini: Fishing[]

Ultraman and Alien Baltan appear on a blue floating island, both fishing. Baltan begins to rapidly pull fish in, much to the dismay of Ultraman who hasn't caught anything. But suddenly, a bite! Ultraman pulls and pulls, revealing that the blue island they where on was a massive whale the entire time! After it splashes, both Ultra and Alien slowly slink away.

MiniMini: Weights[]

Ultraman attempts to show how strong he is, but continues to remove the weights from the barbel, until nothing but the metal bar is left, and he even has trouble lifting that. Morpho Butterfly then lands on one side of the rod causing Ultraman to fall over.

MiniMini: Cave Music[]

Ultraman and Alien Baltan are in a cave and Baltan begins to bang on the stalactites with two mallets, making music play. Ultraman, enjoying the music, wants to join in, and rushes off. Coming back, he swings a giant mallet against a stalactite, causing all of them to fall. Baltan then yells at Ultraman, who runs out of the cave.


A meteor crashes into the world of Chibi-M78, which Ultraman, Ultraseven, Yullian and Ultraman Zearth go to investigate. Out of the smoking crater, the massive Seabozu emerges. The four Ultras, dwarfed by the monster, prepare to fight, until a massive tear lands on Ultraman. Seabozu stares into the sky, crying. That night, the four Ultras watch as Seabozu, who stopped crying, stared at his home planet. The four, feeling bad, gather all the citizens of Chibi-M78 and preform a very large orchestra for Seabozu, which disolves into a mamba. Seabozu, glad to have made new friends on this foreign planet, dances with joy. A space ship comes to gather the skeletal beast, who now had to choose between his new friends and his old home. After much thought, Seabozu decided to stay on the Chibi-planet, and was turned Chibi himself. As everyone gathered around him, the camera zoomed out, showing the massive crowd and a smiling Seabozu, as the space ship flew away.


Main Ultras[]

  1. Ultraman
  2. Ultraseven
  3. Ultraman Zearth
  4. Yullian

Background Ultras[]

  1. Zoffy
  2. Ultraman Ace
  3. Ultraman Taro
  4. Ultraman King
  5. Ultraman Powered
  6. Ultraman Leo
  7. Astra
  8. Ultraman Scott
  9. Ultraman Chuck
  10. Ultrawoman Beth
  11. Ultraman Tiga
  12. Ultraman Dyna
  13. Father of Ultra
  14. Mother of Ultra
  15. Ultraman 80
  16. Ultraman Joneus
  17. Ultraman Jack
  18. Ultraman Shadow
  19. Ultraman Neos
  20. Ultraseven 21
  21. Ultraman Gaia
  22. Ultraman Agul

Main Kaiju[]

  1. Morpho Butterfly
  2. Alien Baltan
  3. Dodongo
  4. Gavadon A
  5. Gomora
  6. Seabozu
  7. Gandar
  8. Pigmon

Background Kaiju[]

  1. Peguila (Seen only in the opening)
  2. M1
  3. Kanegon
  4. Kemur Man
  5. Ragon
  6. Guesra
  7. Antlar
  8. Red King
  9. Chandlar
  10. Jirahs
  11. Gyango
  12. Pestar
  13. Gamakujira
  14. Alien Zarab
  15. Imit-Ultraman
  16. Hydra
  17. Telesdon
  18. Jamila
  19. Gubila
  20. Guigass
  21. Dada
  22. Woo
  23. Zambolar
  24. Alien Mefilas
  25. Zetton (Seen only in the opening credits playing a trombone.)
  26. Windom
  27. Alien Pitt
  28. Eleking
  29. Miclas
  30. Alien Godola
  31. Alien Pegasa
  32. Alien Metron
  33. Alien Icarus
  34. King Joe
  35. U-Tom
  36. Alien Bado
  37. Dinosaur Tank
  38. Alien Prote
  39. Dancan
  40. Agira (Seen only in opening.)
  41. Crazygon
  42. Alien Guts
  43. Alien Perolynga
  44. Alien Hook
  45. Astron
  46. Sadola
  47. Gudon
  48. Twin Tail
  49. Seagorath
  50. Bemstar
  51. Alien Nackle
  52. Verokron
  53. Vakishim
  54. Yapool
  55. Ace Killer
  56. Alien Fire
  57. Snowgiran
  58. Birdon
  59. Alien Babarue
  60. Alien Magma
  61. Red Giras
  62. Black Giras
  63. Garon
  64. Littre
  65. Sevenger
  66. Golza
  67. Kyrieloid
  68. Pressure
  69. Alien Hipperito


Garamon is mentioned in the opening credits, but Pigmon is shown instead.


  • Ikue Otani (大谷 育江, Ōtani Ikue)
  • Kiyoyuki Yanada (梁田 清之, Yanada Kiyoyuki)
  • Yuji Ueda (上田 祐司, Ueda Yūji)
  • Ikkei Seta (世田 壱恵, Seta ikkei)
  • Maiko Ito (伊藤 舞子, Itō Maiko)
  • Yuko Hirahara (平原 優子, Hirahara Yūko)
  • Mari Adachi (安達 まり, Adachi Mari)



  • The three American-made Ultras were usually seen enjoying the beach and acting as a cheer squad.
  • The Ultra Warriors from the Land of Light merely have cameo appearances, save for Tiga who showed up in the end of the second short ("Bubbles") to wake up Ultraman who had fallen asleep.
  • This is the second time the Dada species has been refered to as girls.
  • Certain aliens and Ultras all spoke in the special, Baltan laughed to talk, all the Ultras did their usual grunts, while the Dada's sang their name repeatedly.
  • Some of the monsters are miscolored, including Dodongo, who is oddly orange red for this special. Although Red King is red as his name states.
  • During the opening credits, Eleking is seen playing a electric guitar.
  • During the end credits, the ski resort which Woo first appeared in is froliced apon and in, as Ultras, Aliens and monsters play.
  • Also during the end credits, Kanegon follows a family of snails, mimicing them.
  • Baltan apparently runs a barber shop and is seen cutting Woo's hair during the finale.
  • Bemstar, despite having hooks for hands, can play a long piano solo.
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Anime The☆Ultraman | Ultraman Kids | Ultraman Graffiti: Wild! Ultra Country | Ultraman: Super Fighter Legend | Ultra Nyan | Ultra Nyan 2: The Great Happy Operation | Ultraman M78 Theater Love & Peace | Gridman the Hyper Agent: boys invent great hero | The・Ultraman: Jackal vs. Ultraman | Kaiju Sakaba Kanpai! | Kaiju Girls | SSSS.GRIDMAN | ULTRAMAN (2019) | Kaiju Step Wandabada | SSSS.DYNAZENON | KAIJU DECODE | GRIDMAN UNIVERSE
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