|This article is about a/an episode in Kamen Rider, the original series.|
|Tokageron and the Big Monster Army|
|Kamen Rider, Episode 13|
|Air date June 26, 1971|
|Written by Masaru Igami|
|Directed by Hidetoshi Kitamura|
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Tokageron and the Big Monster Army (トカゲロンと怪人大軍団 Tokageron to Kaijin Dai Gundan), is the thirteenth episode of the original Kamen Rider series. It had a theatrical showing as Go Go Kamen Rider (ゴーゴー仮面ライダー Gō Gō Kamen Raidā), the first ever Kamen Rider movie.
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Resurrected Bat Man and Scorpion Man fail to infiltrate an Atomic Energy Research Lab because it's protected by an electric barrier. Hearing this the Leader orders their scientists to deploy their "Barrier Destruction Ball." Because of its weight and area of effect, however, such a weapon can't presently be used by any of Shocker's monsters. They identify arrogant soccer player Ken Nomoto whose phenomenal kicking power makes him an ideal subject for the new monster they need to use the Barrier Destruction Ball. Shocker's resurrected monsters are sent to capture him, and once he's in their clutches Ken is modified into the monster Tokageron.
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- This episode was the last appearance of Takeshi Hongo/Kamen Rider #1 until episode 40 because Hiroshi Fujioka fractured his leg during a motorcycle stunt gone wrong. He returned to the show after his injuries had healed.
Kamen Rider Volume 2 features episodes 8-13.