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Satsuo Yamamoto (1910–1983)

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Began in films as an assistant director in 1933. As a director in post-war Japan, he was noted for his strongly anti-authoritarian films (influenced by his own wartime experiences while fighting in Manchuria). He also ran his own production company.

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(age 73)

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Known For

Oh! The Nomugi Pass
(1979)
The Great White Tower
(1966)
Zatoichi the Outlaw
(1967)
Fumô chitai
Fumô chitai Director
(1976)

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Began in films as an assistant director in 1933. As a director in post-war Japan, he was noted for his strongly anti-authoritarian films (influenced by his own wartime experiences while fighting in Manchuria). He also ran his own production company.

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