A fast backprojection method through the use of interpolated fast Fourier transform (FFT) is presented. The computerized tomography (CT) reconstruction by the convolution backprojection (CBP) method has produced precise images. However, the backprojection part of the conventional CBP method is not very efficient. The authors propose an alternative approach to interpolating and backprojecting the convolved projections onto the image frame. First, the upsampled Fourier series expansion of the convolved projection is calculated. Then, using a Gaussian function, it is projected by the aliasing-free interpolation of FFT bins onto a rectangular grid in the frequency domain. The total amount of computation in this procedure for a 512x512 image is 1/5 of the conventional backprojection method with linear interpolation. This technique also allows the arbitrary control of the frequency characteristics.