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Lone Wolf and Cub: White Heaven in Hell (1974)
"Kozure ôkami: Jigoku e ikuzo! Daigorô" (original title)

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In the sixth and final film of the Lone Wolf and Cub series, the final conflict between Ogami Itto and the Yagyu clan is carried out.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Tomisaburô Wakayama ...
Akihiro Tomikawa ...
Ogami Daigoro
Junko Hitomi ...
Yagyu Kaori
Gorô Mutsumi ...
Iwane Ozunu
Daigo Kusano ...
Mudo
Jirô Miyaguchi ...
Muga
Renji Ishibashi ...
Mumon
Teruo Ishiyama ...
Shogun (as Ritsu Ishiyama)
Chie Kobayashi ...
Azusa
Gakuya Morita ...
Imanishi Uneme
Kyôichi Satô ...
Kiyota Ryunosuke
Kôji Fujiyama ...
Tomita Tatewaki
Yoshiro Takee ...
Horie Taroemon
Ryô Nishida ...
Okada Gonoshin
Riki Harada ...
Hatanaka Tamon
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The final film, and the final confrontation between Ogami and Retsudo. With most of his family already dead at Ogami's hands, Retsudo launches one last plot to destroy him, and when that fails, unleashes the fury of every remaining member of the Yagyu Clan. Written by barabbas <barabbas@dsp.net>

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24 April 1974 (Japan)  »

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Shogun Assassin 5: Cold Road to Hell  »

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Lone Wolf and Sled
5 January 2010 | by (San Francisco) – See all my reviews

This final episode of the six Lone Wolf and Cub series is a mixed bag, though continually entertaining, with the expected quota of sword fights, ninja attacks, and all-out battles - here captured in the the rival Yagyu faction's attempt to push the Lone Wolf to despair the body count that follows him.

The extravagant violence that follows isn't so much realistic (with its blood that looks like paint, and shoestring foley work) as it is a Downhill Racer with samurai swords, the Baby Cart equipped with machine guns, cannons, and an assembly of spears. The most appealing aspect of this series (and this movie) derives from its bleak depiction of a world of honorable bad guys and just plain bad guys. Death, here, is an ugly business.

The final sequence, which pits our hero against swordsmen wearing skis, is kind of campy, but that's all part of the mystique of this series. Some people love it; others may find it a bit formulaic.


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