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Kikuchiyo (Character)
from Seven Samurai (1954)

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Seven Samurai -- One of the most thrilling movie epics of all time, Akira Kurosawa's Seven Samurai tells the story of a sixteenth-century village whose desperate inhabitants hire the eponymous warriors to protect them from invading bandits.

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Kikuchio is the 7th samurai recruited. He's turned down at first... See more »


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  1. "Samurai 7"
    ... aka "Akira Kurosawa's: Samurai 7" - USA (video title)
        - Ueru! (2004) TV episode, Played by Christopher Sabat / Kong Kuwata
        - Ochiru! (2004) TV episode, Played by Christopher Sabat / Kong Kuwata
        - Usotsuki! (2004) TV episode, Played by Christopher Sabat / Kong Kuwata
        - Chigiru! (2004) TV episode, Played by Christopher Sabat / Kong Kuwata
        - Hippataku! (2004) TV episode, Played by Christopher Sabat / Kong Kuwata
          (21 more)

  2. Seven Samurai (1954) Played by Toshirô Mifune
    ... aka "Shichinin no samurai" - Japan (original title)

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From Seven Samurai (1954)
Kikuchiyo: [in a drunken stupor] Oh, it's you, is it? I remember your head. You had the nerve to ask me if I was a samurai. Didn't you? I never forget a face. Look, though I'm dressed in rags, I'm a real samurai, all right. Here. I'm going to show you something. Just look at this.
[He presents a scroll from inside his tunic]
Kikuchiyo: There, just you look at this. It's been handed down in my family for generations and generations. And you asked me if I were a samurai! Look at this, just look at this! That's me right there.
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