This article is about a/an film in Kamen Rider Super-1.

Kamen Rider Super-1 is a movie based off the Kamen Rider Series entry of the same name. It sees Super-1 teaming up with the previous eight Kamen Riders, who make their return after seemingly sacrificing themselves to destroy the Great Boss of Neo-Shocker in the finale of Kamen Rider (Skyrider).


The Dogma Kingdom attacks the Matagi (mountain tribe) village of Yamabiko to steal the sacred Flying Dragon Fortress and wreak havoc all over Japan. Six children from the fallen village take refuge in a nearby town, keeping their identities as Matagi citizens a secret. Kamen Rider Super-1 must protect these children from the Dogma Kingdom, as they hold the secret to the Flying Dragon Fortress' weakness.


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Continuity and Placement

This movie was released between episodes 21 and 22. However, at the end of episode 21, General Megarl says that he would stake everything he had to defeat Super-1 the next time, pretty much describing episode 22. And General Megarl was chided for failing the strategy to steal the Five Hands (episode 21) at the beginning of episode 22, which means episode 22 came right after 21. Therefore, the closest and best fit for the movie would be right after episode 20. It also explains well Terror Macro being really mad at General Megarl at the beginning of episode 21.


Kamen Riders

Kamen Rider Super-1 Kazuya Oki
Kamen Rider 1 Takeshi Hongo
Kamen Rider 2 Hayato Ichimonji
Kamen Rider V3 Shiro Kazami
Riderman Joji Yuki
Kamen Rider X Keisuke Jin
Kamen Rider Amazon Daisuke Yamamoto
Kamen Rider Stronger Shigeru Jo
Skyrider Hiroshi Tsukuba


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Digital Releases

  • Kamen Rider Super-1 was originally released as VHS on September 21st, 2000.
Kamen Rider The Movie Vol 4

Kamen Rider: The Movie DVD Volume 4 cover.

Rider Movies Volume 2

Kamen Rider: The Movie Volume 2, Blu-ray cover.

  • The Blu-ray Release of Kamen Rider: The Movie Volume 2 features Eight Riders vs. Galaxy King, Kamen Rider Super-1: The Movie, Kamen Rider Black: Hurry to Onigashima & Kamen Rider Black: Terrifying! The Phantom House of Devil Pass.
Kamen Rider The Movie Blu-ray Box

1972-88 Boxset.

  • Kamen Rider Super-1: The Movie is included in Kamen Rider: The Movie Blu-ray Box 1972-1988, a blu-ray compilation boxset of Showa Rider movies.[2]

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