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Masao Adachi was born on May 13, 1939 in Fukuoka, Japan. He is a writer and director, known for Running in Madness, Dying in Love (1969), Caterpillar (2010) and Go, Go, Second Time Virgin (1969). See full bio »

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 2016 Artist of Fasting (screenplay)
 2013 The Ugly One
 2010 Caterpillar (screenplay - as Izuru Deguchi)
 2008 Embrión (original screenplay)
 2007 Prisoner/Terrorist (screenplay)
 2004 Cycling Chronicles: Landscapes the Boy Saw (screenplay - as Deru Deguchi)
 2004 Kanzen-naru shiiku: Akai satsui (screenplay - as Izuru Deguchi)
 1995 Endless Waltz (script - as Izuru Deguchi)
 1980 Seishôjo gômon (screenplay - as Izuru Deguchi)
 1978 Jûsan-nin renzoku bôkôma (screenplay - as Izuru Deguchi)
 1978 Bôgyaku onna gômon (screenplay - as Izuru Deguchi)
 1975 Gômon hyakunen-shi (as Izuru Deguchi)
 1973 Maruhi joshikosei: kagai circle (as De Deguchi)
 1972 Kôkôsei burai hikae (screenplay)
 1972 (Maruhi) joshikôsei: Kôkotsu no arubaito (screenplay - as Izuru Deguchi)
 1972 Ecstasy of the Angels (screenplay - as Izuru Deguchi)
 1971 Hika (screenplay - as Izuru Deguchi)
 1971 Sei kazoku
 1971 Gushing Prayer (screenplay - as Izuru Deguchi)
 1970 Sex Jack (as Izuru Deguchi)
 1970 The Woman Who Wanted to Die (as De Deguchi)
 1970 Shinjuku Mad (screenplay - as Izuru Deguchi)
 1969 Gewalt! Gewalt: shojo geba-geba (writer - as Izuru Deguchi)
 1969 Naked Bullet (as Deru Deguchi)
 1969 Running in Madness, Dying in Love (writer - as Izuru Deguchi)
 1969 Seiyûgi (as De Deguchi)
 1969 Diary of a Shinjuku Thief (writer)
 1969 Fukushûki (screenplay - as Izuru Deguchi)
 1969 Go, Go, Second Time Virgin (screenplay - as Izuru Deguchi)
 1968 Sei chitai: Sex zone (as De Deguchi)
 1968 Three Resurrected Drunkards (writer)
 1968 A Womb to Let (screenplay - as Izuru Deguchi)
 1967 Rankô (screenplay - as Deguchi De)
 1967 Seihanzai (screenplay - as Deguchi De)
 1967 Nihon bôkô ankokushi: Ijôsha no chi (as Izuru Deguchi)
 1967 Ami no naka no bôkô (screenplay - as Deguchi De)
 1967 Hinin kakumei (screenplay - as Yoshiaki Ôtani)
 1967 Sei no hôrô (as Deguchi De)
 1966 Datai (script)
 1966 The Embryo Hunts in Secret (screenplay - as Yoshiaki Ôtani)
 1966 The Love Robots (screenplay - as Yoshiaki Ôtani)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

1971: Gushing Prayer: A Fifteen-Year-Old Prostitute (Funshutsu kigan: 15-sai no baishunfu)

Alternate Names:

Deguchi De | Deru Deguchi | De Deguchi | Izuru Deguchi | Yoshiaki Ôtani

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After 1971, he acted as Japan Red Army commando, and he was arrested by Lebanon Police in 15 Feb. 1997. See more »

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