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Machiko Hasegawa (II) (1920–1992)

Machiko Hasegawa was born on January 30, 1920 in Taku, Saga, Japan. She was a writer, known for Epuron obasan (1983), Ijiwaru Baasan (1996) and The Story of Machiko Hasegawa: The Day Sazae-san Was Born (2013). She died on May 27, 1992 in Tokyo, Japan. See full bio »

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(age 72) in Tokyo, Japan

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 1969-2016 Sazae-san (TV Series) (manga - 5 episodes)
- Episode dated 23 February 2014 (2014) ... (manga)
- Episode dated 16 February 2014 (2014) ... (manga)
- Episode #1.2200 (2013) ... (manga)
- Episode #1.1 (1969) ... (manga)
- Episode #1.2356 (2016) ... (manga)
 2013 The Story of Machiko Hasegawa: The Day Sazae-san Was Born (TV Movie) (based on the book by)
 2011 Sazae-san 3 (TV Movie) (manga)
 2011 Ijiwaru baasan (TV Movie) (manga)
 2010 Sazae-san 2 (TV Movie) (manga)
 2010 Ijiwaru baasan (TV Movie) (manga)
 2009 Sazae san (TV Movie) (comic)
 1996 Ijiwaru Baasan (TV Series) (comic)
 1983 Epuron obasan (TV Series) (comic)
 1982 Ijiwaru kangofu (TV Movie) (manga)
 1981 Ijiwaru Baasan (TV Series) (comic)
 1971 Ijiwaru Baasan (TV Series) (comic)
 1970 Ijiwaru Baasan (TV Series) (comic)
 1967 Ijiwaru Baasan (TV Series) (comic)
 1967 Epuron obasan (TV Series) (comic)
 1965 Sazae-san (TV Series) (comic)
 1963 Epuron obasan (TV Series) (comic)
 1961 Fuku no kami: Sazae-san ikka (creator)
 1960 Sazae-san to epuron obasan (characters)
 1960 Sazae-san no akachan tanjo (comic book)
 1959 Epuron obasan (TV Series) (comic)
 1957 Sazae-san no seishun (comic strip "Sazae-San")
 1957 Zoku Sazae-san (comic strip "Sazae-San")
 1956 Sazae-san (comic)
 1948 Sazae-san: Zengo hen (comic)
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She was one of the first female manga artists in Japan. See more »

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Aquarius

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