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Nakajirô Tomita (1911–1990)

Nakajirô Tomita was born on November 1, 1911 in Tokyo, Japan. He was an actor, known for Throne of Blood (1957), The Hidden Fortress (1958) and Harakiri (1962). He died on November 15, 1990. See full bio »

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(age 79)

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Filmography

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 1977 Gate of Flesh
Horitome
 1976 Daitokai - tatakai no hibi (TV Series)
- Episode #1.17 (1976)
 1972 Wandering Ginza: She-Cat Gambler
Aragorô Ôkuma
 1972 Hairpin Circus
Old Man
 1970 Gangster Cop
Nishio
 1969 Red Lion
Kisoya Kahei
 1969 Bakuto Ichidai Chimatsuri Fudo
Sugitani Risaburou
 1968 Kokosei geisha
Assistant principal Terai
 1967 The Smell of Poison
Shinsuke Natsukawa
 1966 Abare Goemon
Sachibei
 1966 Urutora Q (TV Series)
Chief Worker Nakamura
- Gomesu o taose! (1966) ... Chief Worker Nakamura
 1964 Garakuta
 1964 The Sandal Keeper
Dojo Master
 1963 The Lost World of Sinbad
Man with Whip
 1963 Escape from Hell
Sadagoro
 1962 Harakiri
 1961 The Littlest Warrior
Yakkogashira No Gonroku (voice)
 1959 Kaze no aru michi
Genzaburô Ôkawa
 1958 The Hidden Fortress
Potential slave buyer
 1957 Goyôkiki monogatari
Tsunekichi
 1957 Zoku Goyôkiki monogatari
Tsunekichi
 1957 Throne of Blood
Second Military Commander
 1957 Black River
 1956 Young Tree
Milk deliverly shop owner
 1956 Bushido
 1954 Mitsuyu-sen
Captain Onishi of the Kyuryu-maru
 1953 Omatsuri hanjirô
Katsuzo
 1952 Kaze no uwasa no Riru
Yamashita
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