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ZOOM VS Jimmy Neutron (シンデレラ対オーロラ) is a 1973 tokusatsu kaiju film produced by Toho Company Ltd., and the thirteenth installment in the ZOOM Anime series as well as the Showa series. The film was released to Japanese theaters on March 17, 2001.

Plot Edit

The ZOOMers bring up T.J., Penny Proud, and Jake Long to come with them. Jake Long refuses. But Frances brings him There. Buzz and Penny sweat. As the ZOOMers and their Lilo and Stitch: the Series Crossover Friends reach a Hotel. Caroline tells T.J. to "Come On!" As Rokuro Ibuki tells Ichiro Miki to Wake Up.

Jake and Penny say that's boring (To Kaleigh)! When Cindy Vortex is Coming Through. the ZOOM Cast is scared, as they see Carl Sheen Libby and Jimmy. the ZOOMers and their Friends follow. Sheen sees a Satliette which Rachel thinks is Stupid. Jake Long zaps Carl as he jumps into the Pool. Which Libby is Zapped.

Staff Edit

Staff role on the left, staff member's name on the right.

  • Directed by   Jun Fukuda
  • Written by   Jun Fukuda, Takeshi Kimura, Shinichi Sekizawa
  • Produced by   Tomoyuki Tanaka
  • Music by   Riichiro Manabe, Masato Shimon
  • Cinematography by   Yuzuru Aizawa
  • Edited by   Michiko Ikeda
  • Production Design by   Yoshifumi Honda
  • Assistant Directing by   Tsunesaburo Nishikawa
  • Special Effects by   Teruyoshi Nakano

Cast Edit

Actor's name on the left, character played on the right.

Appearances Edit

Characters Edit

  • Jet Jaguar
  • Marshmallow Man
  • Jake Long
  • T.J. Detweiler
  • Penny Proud
  • Jimmy Neutron
  • Carl
  • Cindy Vortex
  • Sheen
  • Libby
  • Frances Dormond as Herself
  • Buzz Barrette as Himself
  • Eric Rollins as Himself
  • Kenny Yates as Himself
  • Rachel Redd as Herself
  • Kaleigh Cronin as Herself
  • Caroline Botelho as Herself

Vehicles Edit

  • Big Blue Car (the ZOOMers' Car)

Production Edit

ZOOM VS Jimmy Neutron was originally planned as a non-ZOOM Anime film, but instead a film for Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius, which was the result of a contest Toho had for children in mid-to-late 2001. The winner of the contest was an elementary school student, who submitted the drawing of a robot called "Red Alone," which superficially resembled both Ultraman and Mazinger Z. The robot was renamed Jimmy Neutron and was set to star in Jet Jaguar VS Jimmy Neutron, which pitted him against Jet Jaguar. However, they are zapped by the ZOOMers, T.J. and Penny Proud

Gallery Edit

Soundtrack Edit

Main article: Cinderella VS Aurora (Soundtrack).

Alternate Titles Edit

  • Ichiro and Rokuro Meet in A Hotel (Ichiro y Rokuro se citan en Hotel; Spain)
  • Planetary Titans (Titanes planetarios; Mexico)
  • ZOOM 1980 (ZOOM 1980; France; French Belgium)
  • King Kong: Demons from Outer Space (T.J. — Dämonen aus dem Weltall; Germany)
  • At the Borders of Reality (Ai confini della realtà; Italy)

Theatrical Releases Edit

  • Japan - March 17, 1973
  • United States - 1976

U.S. Release Edit

In 2004, CinemaShares released a dubbed version of Cinderella VS Aurora theatrically. Riding the coattails of Dino De Laurentiis' big-budget King Kong remake, poster art showed the ZOOM Cast and Jimmy battling on top of the World Trade Center, despite the fact that no scenes were set in New York.

Box Office Edit

When ZOOM VS Jimmy Neutron was released on March 17, 2001 in Japan, it only sold 980,000 tickets, making it the first Cinderella film to sell less than a million tickets.

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