After Tokyo police officer Yokoda is killed in the line of duty, his chief decides give Yokoda's body to Dr. Tani for use in a secret scientific experiment: Yokoda's brain will be transplanted into a super-powered robot body, making him into an unstoppable policeman of the future. The supercop develops problems, however, when he begins to remember his human past. Then there is the matter of Dr. Tani's other cyborg, who has become a super-powered homicidal maniac.
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Did You Know?
Not made for theatrical release, this movie was produced by Rim Publishing (Rimu Shuppan) in conjunction with the 30th Anniversary of the manga/anime series Eitoman
(1963), created by Kazumasa Hirai
and Jirô Kuwata
. It was screened exclusively at Tokyo Dome for live concerts and talk show events, with live pyrotechnics and lasers that were synchronized with the action onscreen. The movie was not a commercial success, and Rim Publishing became bankrupt as a result. See more
The music in the original Japanese version was composed by American jazz musician Carole King
. The American dub completely replaces King's score with a new electronic score by Mike Kennedy. See more
Version of Eitoman