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Kan'emon Nakamura (1901–1982)

Kan'emon Nakamura was born on February 2, 1901 in Tokyo, Japan. He was an actor, known for The 47 Ronin (1941), Ninjô kami fûsen (1937) and Inochi bô ni furô (1971). He died on September 21, 1982. See full bio »

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(age 81)

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Known For

The 47 Ronin
The 47 Ronin Sukeimon Tomimori
(1941)
Ninjô kami fûsen
Ninjô kami fûsen Shinza, the barber
(1937)
Inochi bô ni furô
Inochi bô ni furô Ikuzô, the innkeeper
(1971)
Kôchiyama Sôshun
Kôchiyama Sôshun Kaneko Ichinojo
(1936)

Filmography

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 1979 Shura no tabishite (TV Movie)
Hiwako's father
 1978 Amagi goe (TV Movie)
Old Tajima
 1977 Yokomizo Seishi shirîzu (TV Mini-Series)
 1976 Fûfu tabi nikki saraba ronin (TV Series)
 1972 Gunki hatameku motoni
Major Senda
 1971 Inochi bô ni furô
Ikuzô, the innkeeper
 1969 Shinsengumi: Assassins of Honor
Yasubo Katsu (as Ganemon Nakamura)
 1969 Tengu-tô
Jingosa
 1969 Samurai Banners
Nobukato Itagaki
 1968 Âh himeyuri no tô
Noguchi, principle
 1964 Kwaidan
Kannai - a Guard (segment "Chawan no naka")
 1963 Mushukunin-betsuchô
Seibei
 1941 The 47 Ronin
Sukeimon Tomimori
 1940 Ôhinata-mura
 1939 Sono zen'ya
Hikotaro
 1938 Abe ichizoku
Yagobei
 1937 Shinsengumi
 1937 Ninjô kami fûsen
Shinza, the barber
 1936 Kôchiyama Sôshun
Kaneko Ichinojo
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Personal Details

Alternate Names:

Ganemon Nakamura | Umenosuke Nakamura
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Trivia:

Father of Umenosuke Nakamura.

Star Sign:

Aquarius

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