Jiraiya the Hero
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Jiraiya is some sort of super-ninja with superpowers. He can fly, he can avoid detection by turning himself into a toad, and he has some sort of ability to vanish.
Jiraiya the Hero is a 1921 Japanese silent short film directed by Shōzō Makino. The film is also known as Gōketsu Jiraiya (豪傑児雷也, original title).
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