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Ana-ta-han (1953) Poster

(1953)

Full Cast & Crew

Directed by 

Josef von Sternberg

Writing Credits (in alphabetical order)  

Tatsuo Asano ... (screenplay) (uncredited)
Younghill Kang ... (novel translation)
Michiro Maruyama ... (novel)
Josef von Sternberg ... (screenplay) (as Joseph von Sternberg)

Cast (in credits order)  

Akemi Negishi ...
Keiko Kusakabe, the 'Queen Bee'
Tadashi Suganuma ...
Kusakabe, Husband of Keiko (as Suganuma)
Kisaburo Sawamura ...
Kuroda (as Sawamura)
Shôji Nakayama ...
Nishio (as Nakayama)
Jun Fujikawa ...
Yoshisato (as Fujikawa)
Hiroshi Kondô ...
Yanaginuma (as Kondo)
Shozo Miyashita ...
Sennami (as Miyashita)
Tsuruemon Bando ...
Doi (as Tsuruemon)
Kikuji Onoe ...
Kaneda (as Kikuji)
Rokuriro Kineya ...
Marui (as Rokuriro)
Daijiro Tamura ...
Kanzaki (as Tamura)
Chizuru Kitagawa ...
(as Kitagawa)
Takeshi Suzuki ...
Takahashi (as Suzuki)
Shiro Amikura ...
Amanuma (as Amikura)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
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Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
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Produced by 

Kazuo Takimura ... producer (as Takimura)
Nagamasa Kawakita ... executive producer (uncredited)
Yoshio Osawa ... executive producer (uncredited)
Josef von Sternberg ... executive producer (uncredited)

Music by 

Akira Ifukube ... (as Ifukube)

Cinematography by 

Kôzô Okazaki
Josef von Sternberg ... (photographed by)

Film Editing by 

Mitsuzô Miyata ... (as Miyata)

Art Direction by 

Takashi Kono ... (as Kono)

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director 

Iwashita ... assistant director

Art Department 

Toyoshiro Fukuda ... storyboard artist

Sound Department 

Hisashi Kase ... sound recordist

Special Effects by 

Eiji Tsuburaya ... specialist (as Tsuburaya)

Camera and Electrical Department 

Kôzô Okazaki ... camera operator (as Okazaki)

Other crew 

Okawa ... special assistant (as Okawa)
Shuji Taguchi ... assistant to director (as Taguchi)

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