Wrath of Daimajin (大魔神 逆襲 Daimashin Gyakushû, lit. Daimajin's Counterattack) is a 1966 tokusatsu kaiju film produced by Daiei Film Co. Ltd. It is the third and last film in the Daimajin trilogy.
This proves that Daimajin only takes side with commoners and is made clear when he kills castle retainers who, though unaffiliated with the villains, are indifferent to the commoners' peril.
Also noteworthy is that this final film in the trilogy very much parallels the Gamera series (also by Daiei) in which the titular monster forms a bond with young children.
Original release date: 10 December 1966. Directed by Kazuo Mori.
Produced by Masaichi Nagata
Music by Akira Ifukube
Special Effects by Yoshiyuki Kuroda
Also known as Return of Daimajin (A.D. Vision (again, this was a mistake; they placed the second film's title on the third film)), Majin's Counterattack (literal English title), The Revenge of Majin (international English title), and Majin Strikes Again (informal English title that probably would have been used if American International Television had released it in the U.S.(which was never done)).