Shintaro The Samurai Sensation That Swept Australia in the 1960s [SBS 2009]|Resident Movies

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Shintaro The Samurai Sensation That Swept Australia in the 1960s [SBS 2009] Edited version of Terry Donovan's videos: Shintaro the Samurai (Hero of Aussie 1960's Schoolkids) Part One https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=stIU2F1k9QM Shintaro the Samurai Part 2 (Shintaro Invades Australia) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6rpknTkZeKA Description by Terry Donovan's [6 Oct 2012] : "This is a documentary about the legendary hero of Australian schoolboys (& girls) of the 1960's (including me), the Japanese master swordsman Shintaro who defeated hoards of pajama clad bad guys called (various clans) ninjas. He does battle with the evil "Death Ninja" who can only be defeated in one special way. "
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Michael Lee
As a youngster, I would rush home just in time to watch Shintaro, (my homework was done after!!), My sister and I loved the show and made star knives from bits of old lino and threw them at each other. We both had a sword each (2 of moms brooms)
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Annie Sabangan
Shintaro the Samurai...my cousins and I just love watching him. We fell in love with him..
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Richard Brighton
this show was never shown on UK TV... I wish they had
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Deb Kroll
I only lived in Australia for a year, but I loved watching Shintaro the Samurai on TV.
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Wayne Mathews
Best thing ever on tv ever
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kuroi akuma
I need to get the DVD
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Bruce Jones
I still have a star knife I made back in the 60s
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Andre Aladdin
Great time that. How many kids broke legs jumping off roofs.
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Christopher Ellis
This was one of the best things on TV! Aha, the Valhalla, in Glebe Point Road...
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kanji takano
OMG Shintaro decapitated the Fab Four in one single stroke of his sword...love it !!!
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pavelavietor1
Hello I did the same thing shintaro katsu Zatoichi my favorite Samurai. Saludos
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Carol Hopkins
There were no special effects - it was all real!
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Peter Sugars
So loved it , used to have our Shintaro Club, dress up with swords & throw metal stars at trees etc, great memories.
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fjbutch
As a kid, I used to rush home from School to see Shintaro.... adore the show to bits.
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Annie Sabangan
I am from the Philippines, you gave my cousins and I something wonderful to remember in our childhood. We would all gather in front of the TV to watch you. We love you, we are in out fifties and yet you will always be rembered by us. Thank you so much!
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Turing Mendoza
Very much part of my childhood. Ohayo gozaimas Shintaro
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Aaron Jimenez
I like Shintaro but please don't kill The Beatles!:D
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Malonprowl66 Hec
I use to make them & throw at the fence untill got them sharp
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Meijimack
I was a fan of the series, and managed to collect all the Scanlen's bubblegum cards - at huge expense no doubt. Alas, I pasted them all to a sheet of particle board, all 108 (?) of them, to make up the giant picture of Shintaro. What was I thinking of?! The whole was definitely not greater than the sum of its parts. I was also able to go to the Sydney Stadium (where I would later return for various wrestling spectaculars - Waldo von Erich, Mario Milano, Professor Tanaka and Killer Kowalski, to name a few) to see Shintaro live - but all I remember is the stifling heat, Shintaro using a flying fox to reach the stage (in hugely unconvincing fashion) and a huge number of smoke bombs being exploded, which made the atmosphere positively miasmic.
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Jone Cuntapay
shintaro knows how to fight in the name of duty.
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darylcheshire
I liked the way they’d jump many metres straight up backwards into a tree.
I don’t know how the series rated in Japan but apparently the actor was surprised at the reception he got in Australia.
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StellarX
In the 1960s my Dad was in the army and posted to Malaya. We lived there for a few years. The two TV programmes I remember watching were Star Trek - and this! Is it available to buy anywhere on DVD with the English dub?
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pa59
Good stuff - marred only by the inclusion of John Doyle - never liked him and his partner anyway and BTW who stole their whole routine off Pete & Dud''s Derek & Clive raps albeit in cleansed form. They made a career out of that something that could only happen in Australia
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caretaker foch
I thought I was pretty cool back in primary school using my can opener to make wannabe Ninja Star knives. They stuck into stuff too. Of course, I couldn't throw them as fast as a trained Ninja. The Samurai - required after school viewing in my childhood!
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n91605
Yah..... home made star knives...how no one got hurt ..i don't know....we used to to tuck the collar in on a long sleeve shirt ..put on our head ..so the collar covered our forehead then wrap the the long sleeves over our mouth and tie the sleeves together behind our neck...and we were ninjas....but don't forget Astro Boy!!....