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|Horror Theater Unbalance|
|Created by||Tsuburaya |
|Written by||Yozo Tanaka, Mieko Osanai, Bunzo Wakatsuki, Ichikawa Shinichi, Tadaaki Yamazaki, Mari Takizawa, Mitsuda Kazuho, Hiroyasu Yamaura, Shozo Uehara|
|Directed by||Seijun Suzuki, Toshiya Fujita, Yasuharu Hasebe, Yamagiwa Eizo, Tatsumi Kumashiro, Tokihisa Morikawa, Kazuo Kuroki, Mitsuda Kazuho, Hideo Suzuki, Ida Shin|
|Country of origin||Japan|
|No. of episodes||13|
|Running time||approx. 55 minutes|
|Original network||Fuji TV|
|Original release||January 8 –|
April 2, 1973
Horror Theater Unbalance (恐怖劇場アンバランス Kyōfu Gekijō Anbaransu) is a 1973 Japanese Anthology television series created by Tsuburaya and Fuji TV to air on the Fuji TV network on Monday Nights for 13 episodes.
Originally started in production in 1969, it was shelved and took years for its airing debut to begin its broadcast, before production was eventually completed at the end of 1972. It was then aired on Fuji TV in 1973.
- Mummy of Love (木乃伊（みいら）の恋 Miira (Mī-ra) no Koi) (1/8/1973)
- Woman to death notice (死を予告する女 Shi o yokoku suru on'na) (1/15/1973)
- Game of killing (殺しのゲーム Koroshi no gēmu) (1/22/1973)
- Graveyard of the mask (仮面の墓場 Kamen no hakaba) (1/29/1973)
- Woman referred to the (dead) carcass (死骸（しかばね）を呼ぶ女 Shigai (shika bane) o yobu on'na) (2/5/1973)
- Woman buy a local newspaper (地方紙を買う女 Chihōshi o kau on'na) (2/12/1973)
- After the New Year night (夜が明けたら Yoruga Aketara) (2/19/1973)
- The cat knows (猫は知っていた Neko Hashi tteita) (2/26/1973)
- Murderer (morgue) yard body (死体置場（モルグ）の殺人者 Shitai okiba (morugu) no satsujin-sha) (3/5/1973)
- Medal of salaried workers (サラリーマンの勲章 Sararīman no Kunshō) (3/12/1973)
- Scream of the Vampire (吸血鬼の絶叫 Kyūketsuki no Zekkyō) (3/19/1973)
- Hands of the curse from the grave (墓場から呪いの手 Hakaba kara noroi no te) (3/26/1973)
- The spider woman (蜘蛛の女 Kumo no on'na) (4/2/1973)
In 2007, Victor Entertainment released 6 Volume DVDs of the series, and in 2010, A Boxset that contains all 6 Volumes of the DVD set was released.
- Kyofu Gekijo Unbalance. Accessed August 12, 2012.
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