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Keiji Sada (1926–1964)


Keiji Sada was born on December 9, 1926 in Kyoto City, Japan as Kanichi Nakai. He was an actor and producer, known for Good Morning (1959), An Autumn Afternoon (1962) and The Human Condition I: No Greater Love (1959). He died on August 17, 1964 in Nirazaki, Japan. See full bio »

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(age 37) in Nirazaki, Japan

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Known For

Good Morning
Good Morning Heiichirô Fukui
(1959)
An Autumn Afternoon
(1962)
Akibiyori
Akibiyori Shotaru Goto
(1960)

Filmography

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 1964 Sweet Sweat
Tatsuoka
 1964 Brand of Evil
Shigeharu Takazawa
 1964 Assassination
 1963 Odoritai yoru
Tadao Tsumura
 1963 Kekkonshiki Kekkonshiki
Jirô Okuyama
 1963 Seishun hôkago (TV Movie)
 1963 Kaze no shisen
Shunsuke Kuze
 1963 Mushukunin-betsuchô
Yajuro
 1963 Utae Wakôdotachi
Singer at the ceremony
 1962 Futari de aruita iku haru aki
Yoshio Nonaka, Torae's husband
 1962 An Autumn Afternoon
Koichi
 1961 Ryôjû
Kadota
 1961 Tsuma ari ko ari tomo arite
Yonesaku Nihei
 1961 Eien no hito
Takashi
 1961 Onnamai
Shôzô Nishikawa
 1961 Kyôgeshô
 1961 Uzu
 1960 Akibiyori
Shotaru Goto
 1960 Chi wa kawaiteru
Takashi Kiguchi
 1960 Onna no saka
 1960 Yonman-nin no mokugekisha
Masashi Takayama
 1959/II The Human Condition II: Road to Eternity
Kageyama Shôi
 1959 High Teen
Shin'ichi Terasaki
 1959 Good Morning
Heiichirô Fukui
 1959 Farewell to Spring
Eitarô Makita
 1958 Me no kabe
 1958 Higanbana
Masahiko Taniguchi
 1958 Kuroi kafun
Takashi Kiso
 1957 Doshaburi
Kazuo
 1957 Danger Stalks Near
Kaneshige Satô, Yuriko's husband
 1957 Times of Joy and Sorrow
Shiro Arisawa, Kiyoko's husband
 1957 Tadaima zero hiki
Yoshizawa, Diet member
 1957 Seigiha
 1956 I Will Buy You
Daisuke Kishimoto
 1956 Fountainhead
 1956 Kakubô sambagarasu
Cameo (uncredited)
 1956 Namida
 1955 Tooi kumo
Shunsuke, Fuyuko's brother-in-law
 1955 Bomeiki
Akimasa
 1954 Somewhere Under the Broad Sky
Ryoichi Morita
 1954 Kunsho
 1953 Kimi no na wa
 1953 Yassamossa
 1953 Ojosan shacho
Goro Akiyama
 1953 A Japanese Tragedy
Tatsuya, street musician
 1952 Honjitsu kyûshin
Haruzo Yukawa
 1951 Waga ya wa tanoshi
Saburo Uchiyama, Tomoko's boyfriend
 1951 Inochi uruwashi
Shuji Imura
 1951 Umi no hanabi
Tamihiko Kujirai
 1951 Yume ôki koro
Shûji Takaishi
 1951/I Jiyû gakkô
 1951 Karumen kokyô ni kaeru
Mr. Ogawa - the young school master
 1951 Oboro kago
 1949 Mahiru no embukyoku
Hidetaka
 1949 The Yotsuda Phantom
Kohei Kobotoke
 1949 Ojôsan kanpai
Gorô
 1948 Shozo
 1947 Fushichô
Shinichi Yasaka
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Was one of the most popular young stars in post-war Japan, especially after the huge hit of "Kimi no na wa" in 1953. See more »

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