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Shin'ichi Sekizawa (1921–1992)

Shinichi Sekizawa was born in Kyoto, Japan on June 2, 1921. He began his cinema career in 1939, working on an animated movie in Kyoto. He was called into the service in 1941 and returned to Japan in 1946. In 1948, he was hired at Beehive Productions, where he worked as an assistant director and a screenwriter. In 1953, Sekizawa made his debut as a... See full bio »

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(age 70)

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 1973 Godzilla vs. Megalon (story)
 1970 Dokushin no Scat (TV Mini-Series) (teleplay)
 1969 All Monsters Attack (writer)
 1969 Latitude Zero (writer)
 1968 Mighty Jack (TV Movie)
 1968 Agon (TV Series) (episodes 1, 2)
 1966 Urutoraman: Kûsô tokusatsu shirîzu (TV Series) (pilot)
 1964 Mothra vs. Godzilla (written by)
 1963 Atragon (screenplay)
 1963 The Lost World of Sinbad (writer)
 1963 Operation Mad Dog (writer)
 1963 Sengoku yarô (writer)
 1963 Attack Squadron! (writer)
 1962 Varan the Unbelievable (story - Japanese version, uncredited)
 1962 Chikata nikki
 1962 King Kong vs. Godzilla (written by)
 1961 Ganba
 1961 Mothra (screenplay)
 1960 Densô ningen (written by)
 1959 Battle in Outer Space (written by)
 1959 Ori no naka no yarôtachi (writer)
 1959 Taiyô ni somuku mono (screenplay)
 1959 Ankokugai no kaoyaku (writer)
 1958 Daikaijû Baran (written by)
 1957 Tokyo yoitoko (original idea by) / (story)
 1956 Otoko no hanamichi (screenplay)
 1949 Kaze no ko (writer)
 1949 Musume jûhachi usotsuki jidai (screenplay)
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