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Shinpei Takagi (I) (1902–1967)

Shinpei Takagi was born on November 3, 1902 in Suwa, Nagano, Japan as Keikichi Takagi. He is known for his work on Seven Samurai (1954), Yojimbo (1961) and Throne of Blood (1957). He died on April 21, 1967. See full bio »

Died:

(age 64)

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Known For

Seven Samurai
Seven Samurai Bandit Chieftain
(1954)
Yojimbo
Yojimbo Ushitora Follower
(1961)
Throne of Blood
Throne of Blood Commander
(1957)
Dûnujîn nihen
(1924)

Filmography

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 1961 Yojimbo
Ushitora Follower
 1959 The Manster
Temple Priest
 1957 Lord Mito 1
 1957 Throne of Blood
Commander
 1954 Seven Samurai
Bandit Chieftain (as Shimpei Takagi)
 1949 Gokumon-jima - Kaimei-hen
Detective Yamada
 1930 Edojo sozeme
 1928 Sôzen-ji baba (Short)
Jizaemon Tooyama
 1925 Edo kaizoku den kagebôshi: kôhen
Jûta Nagareboshi
 1925 Edo kaizoku-den: Kagebôshi: zenpen
Jûta Nagareboshi
 1925 Saheiji torimonochô: Kaibutsu - Kôhen
Human Ape / Ginzaburô / Hanshirô
 1925 Saheiji torimonochô: Kaibutsu - Zempen
Hanshirô Takeichi / Ginzaburô / Human Ape
 1925 Hakumenki
 1925 Kengeki
 1924 Sohto
Sam
 1924 Onna ni amai otoko no mure (Short)
Scenario writer
 1924 Sakurada kaikyoroku
Sôsuke Inada
 1924/III Yuri keiji
 1923 Kosuzume tôge (Short)
 1923 Kaiketsu taka
 1923 Shinkinô
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Personal Details

Alternate Names:

Shimpei Takagi
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Star Sign:

Scorpio

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