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Yokai Monsters Spook Warfare (1968)

Yokai Monsters: Spook Warfare (Japanese: 妖怪大戦争, HepburnYōkai Daisensō, lit. The Great Yōkai War), also known as Ghosts on Parade,[3] is a 1968 Japanese fantasy horror film directed by Kuroda Yoshiyuki. It is the second[4] in a trilogy of films produced in the late 1960s, all of which focus around traditional Japanese monsters known as yōkai.

Yokai Monsters: Spook Warfare, along with the other two films in the series, was produced by Daiei Film and makes extensive use of tokusatsu special effects, with the majority of the creatures being represented by actors in costumes or puppets. The film was made in Fujicolor and Daieiscope.[3]

In 2005, director Takashi Miike released The Great Yokai War, a modern retelling of the story which borrows many elements from Spook Warfare.

Directed byKuroda Yoshiyuki
Produced byYamato Yashiro
Screenplay byTetsurô Yoshida
Based onFolk tales of Momotarō,[1] and The Great Yokai War by Mizuki Shigeru[2]
StarringChikara HashimotoAkane KawasakiYoshihiko AoyamaTakashi KandaKeiko YukitomoIkuko MoriGen Kuroki
Music bySei Ikeno (as Shigeru Ikeno)
CinematographyHiroshi Imai
Edited byToshio Taniguchi
Daiei Film
Distributed byDaiei International Films
Release dateDecember 1968
Running time79 minutes

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