The H-Man (1958)
The H-Man, known in Japan as Bijo to Ekitainingen (美女と液体人間, lit. "Beauty and Liquid Men"), is a tokusatsu film produced and released by Toho Studios in 1958. The film was made by Toho's legendary Godzilla directing/special effects/producing team of Ishirō Honda, Eiji Tsuburaya, and Tomoyuki Tanaka.
This, with films like The Human Vapor, and Matango, was one of Honda and Tsuburaya's forays into science fiction without kaiju or giant monsters. Instead, the story focuses on mobsters, nightclub singers, and radioactive, liquid creatures that live in Tokyo's sewers.
Akira Ifukube, the usual composer for the Toho tokusatsu films, did not score this movie. Rather, the more jazz-influenced Masaru Satō was assigned the job. As much of the film takes place in and around a nightclub, Satō's music is a good fit for the film.Download:
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