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Toshiaki Konoe

Toshiaki Konoe was born on July 3, 1910 in Iwamizawa, Hokkaido, Japan. He is an actor, known for The Life of Oharu (1952), Daigaku yoitoko (1936) and Wakadanna haru ranman (1935). See full bio »

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Known For

The Life of Oharu
The Life of Oharu Lord Harutaka Matsudaira
(1952)
Daigaku yoitoko
(1936)
Wakadanna haru ranman
Wakadanna haru ranman Hyakutarô - college student
(1935)
Ying chun hua
(1942)

Filmography

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 1966-1967 Urutoraman: Kûsô tokusatsu shirîzu (TV Series)
Mr. Akita / Refinery Director
- Maboroshi no yukiyama (1967) ... Mr. Akita
- Oiru SOS (1966) ... Refinery Director
 1960 Nyotai uzumaki-shima
Honda
 1959 Nimai no e
 1958 Joôbachi no ikari
Ozawa
 1958 Harikomi
 1957 Getsuyôbi no himitsu (TV Mini-Series)
- Husband and Wife (1957)
- Crime and Poison (1957)
 1956 Fountainhead
 1953 Gate of Hell
Masazumi
 1953 Shishi no za
Kimbei
 1952 The Life of Oharu
Lord Harutaka Matsudaira
 1951 Tetsu no tsume
Shigeru Kijima
 1943 Sayon no kane
Takeda
 1942 Kyôdai kaigi
 1942 Otoko no iki
 1942 Ying chun hua
 1941 Utajo oboegaki
Shinge
 1941 Mikaheri no tô
Mr. Mizuno
 1940 Nishizumi senshacho-den
Takanashi, Company Commander
 1939 Shunrai
 1938 Anma to onna
Hiking student
 1937 Hanagata senshu
Kimura
 1937 Konjiki yasha
Tadatsugu Tomiyama
 1937 Hana-kago no uta
Okamoto
 1936 Ai no hôsoku
 1936 Daigaku yoitoko
Fujiki
 1935 Wakadanna haru ranman
Hyakutarô - college student
 1934 Kinkanshoku
Yamashita
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