1967 in Japanese television

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Events in 1967 in Japanese television.

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Debuts

ShowStationPremiere DateGenreOriginal Run
Akakage Kansai TV April 5 Tokusatsu April 5, 1967 – March 27, 1968
Captain Ultra TBS April 16TokusatsuApril 16, 1967 – September 24, 1967
Chibikko Kaiju Yadamon Fuji TV October 2 Anime October 2, 1967 – March 25, 1968
Giant Robo NET October 11TokusatsuOctober 11, 1967 – April 1, 1968
Goku no Daiboken Fuji TVJanuary 7AnimeJanuary 7, 1967 – September 30, 1967
Kaiju Ouji Fuji TVOctober 2TokusatsuOctober 2, 1967 – March 25, 1968
Mach GoGoGo [1] Fuji TVApril 2AnimeApril 2, 1967 - March 31, 1968
Ōgon Bat Yomimuri TV April 1AnimeApril 1, 1967 – March 23, 1968
Oraa Guzura Dado Fuji TVOctober 7AnimeOctober 7, 1967 – September 25, 1968
Perman TBSApril 2AnimeApril 2, 1967 - April 14, 1968
Ribbon no Kishi Fuji TVApril 2AnimeApril 2, 1967 – April 7, 1968
Ultra Seven TBSOctober 1TokusatsuOctober 1, 1967 – September 8, 1968

Ongoing shows

Endings

ShowStationEnding DateGenreOriginal Run
Ambassador Magma Fuji TVSeptember 25TokusatsuJuly 4, 1966 – September 25, 1967
Captain UltraTBSSeptember 24TokusatsuApril 16, 1967 – September 24, 1967
Goku no DaibokenFuji TVSeptember 30AnimeJanuary 7, 1967 – September 30, 1967
New Jungle Emperor: Go Ahead Leo! Fuji TVMarch 29AnimeOctober 5, 1966 – March 29, 1967
Obake no Q-tarō TBSAugust 29AnimeAugust 29, 1965 – June 28, 1967
Ultraman TBSApril 9TokusatsuJuly 17, 1966 – April 9, 1967

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References

  1. "マッハGoGoGo". Tatsunoko Productions (in Japanese). Archived from the original on February 19, 2009. Retrieved 2010-03-30.