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Eiko Masuyama

Eiko Masuyama was born on April 22, 1936 in Tokyo, Japan as Tomoko Masada. She is an actress, known for The Castle of Cagliostro (1979), Chappie, the Witch (1972) and Cutie Honey (1973). See full bio »
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 2010 Rupan Sansei: Saishû jobu (TV Movie)
Fujiko Mine (voice)
 2009 Lupin III vs. Detective Conan (TV Movie)
Fujiko Mine (voice)
 2008 Lupin III: Green vs. Red (Video)
Fujiko Mine (voice)
 2006 Lupin III: Seven Days Rhapsody (TV Movie)
Fujiko Mine (voice)
 2002 Lupin the 3rd: Treasure of the Sorcerer King (Video Game)
Fujiko (Japanese version, voice)
 2001 Lupin III: Alcatraz Connection (TV Movie)
Fujiko Mine (voice)
 2001 Rupan sansei: The shooting (Video Game)
Fujiko Mine (voice)
 2000 Lupin III: Missed by a Dollar (TV Movie)
Fujiko Mine (voice)
 1996 Hotch Potch Station (TV Series)
 1993 Lupin III: Voyage to Danger (TV Movie)
Fujiko Mine (voice)
 1990 Kennosuke-sama (Short)
Kennosuke's Mother
 1989 Lupin the Third Bye Bye, Lady Liberty (TV Movie)
Fujiko (voice)
 1988 Little Prince Cedie (TV Series)
Minna (voice)
 1987 Lady Lady (TV Series)
Madeleine (voice)
 1984 Kenya Boy
Yoko Murakami (voice)
 1983 Cat's Eye (TV Series)
Henriette Lubelle / Lupin no Hanayome
- Challenger wa Paris no nioi (1983) ... Henriette Lubelle / Lupin no Hanayome (voice)
 1982-1983 Patalliro! (TV Series)
Afro 18 / Bjorn Jr
- Pulala's First Love (1983) ... Afro 18 (voice)
- Ahh... New School Term Amid the Flowers (1983) ... Afro 18 (voice)
- Beloved Pulala (1982) ... Afro 18 (voice)
- Plasma's Love (1982) ... Afro 18 (voice)
- Super-Robot Plasma X (1982) ... Afro 18 (voice)
 1983 Perman (TV Series)
Sumire Hoshino (aka Perman #3 or Perko)
 1983 Story of the Alps: My Annette (TV Series)
Francine (voice)
 1983 Pâman (TV Series)
Per ko (1983)
 1982 Dogtanian and the Three Muskehounds (TV Series)
- Dogtanian Meets the Black Moustache (1982) ... Milady (Japanese version, voice)
- Dogtanian's Journey (1982) ... Milady (Japanese version, voice)
- The Three Invincible Musketeers ... Milady (Japanese version, voice)
- The Shipwreck ... Milady (Japanese version, voice)
- The Jungle Adventure ... Milady (Japanese version, voice)
 1982 Urusei yatsura (TV Series)
- The Terror of Meow (1982) ... Misuzu (voice)
 1982 Dr. Slump: Hoyoyo! Space Adventure
Ribbon Chan (voice)
 1982 Queen Millenia
Eternal Manager
 1982 Wagahai wa neko de aru (TV Movie)
Hoso-kun (voice)
 1982 Sasuga no sarutobi (TV Series)
Kasumi sarutobi (voice)
 1980 Toward the Terra
Computer Terraz No.5 (voice)
 1978 Captain Future (TV Series)
Joan Randall (voice)
 1975 Ikkyû san (TV Series)
 1974 Hoshi no ko Chobin (TV Series)
Queen Ekurea (voice)
 1974 Vicky the Viking (TV Series)
Narrator (voice)
 1973 Panda no Daibouken (Video)
 1973 Jungle Kurobee (TV Series)
Mama (voice)
 1973 The Gutsy Frog (TV Series)
 1973 Yama nezumi Rokkiy Chakku (TV Series)
Polly (voice)
 1972 Chappie, the Witch (TV Series)
Chappy Hanst Charles Grimm / Aesop Et Cetera
- Chappî doko he iku (1972) ... Chappy Hanst Charles Grimm / Aesop Et Cetera (voice)
- Sayônara yukinko (1972) ... Chappy Hanst Charles Grimm / Aesop Et Cetera (voice)
- Janpu da! Yon kaiten urutora c (1972) ... Chappy Hanst Charles Grimm / Aesop Et Cetera (voice)
- Okane to yûjô (1972) ... Chappy Hanst Charles Grimm / Aesop Et Cetera (voice)
- Deta yo demashita chanbara jidai (1972) ... Chappy Hanst Charles Grimm / Aesop Et Cetera (voice)
 1972 Rupan sansei (TV Series)
Catherine Burgess
- The Emerald's Secret (1972) ... Catherine Burgess (voice)
 1971 Tensai Bakabon (TV Series)
Bakabon no Mama (voice)
 1971 Animal Treasure Island
Gran (voice)
 1970 Atakku no. 1 (voice)
 1969-1970 Attack No. 1 (TV Series)
- Shitennô to no deai (1970) ... (voice)
- Susume! Atakku konbi (1970) ... (voice)
- Oni kôchi e no chôsen (1970) ... (voice)
- Kiri sakareta bôru (1969) ... (voice)
- Shin kyaputen tanjô (1969) ... (voice)
 1969 Hitoribocchi (Short)
Ken's Mama (voice)
 1969 Rupan sansei: Pilot Film (TV Short)
Fujiko Mine (voice)
 1967 Mahô tsukai Sarî (TV Series)
- Yume no bareriina (1967) ... Yumiko (voice)
 1967 Perman (TV Series)
Paa-ko (voice)
 1967 Goku no daiboken (TV Series)
Tatsuko (voice)
 1966 Harisu no kaze (TV Series)
Mother (voice)
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Ironically, she was the voice of Mine Fujiko in the original 15-minute pilot film used to sell the series to Yomuiri TV. However, in the first TV series, she was replaced by Nikaiido Yuuko.

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