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Daibosatsu toge: Kanketsu-hen (1961)

Disguised as a beggar monk, Ryunosuke's harrassed along the road by the rowdy members of a country dojo or fencing school malingering outside their fencing hall.

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Raizô Ichikawa ...
Tamao Nakamura ...
Ohama / Otoyo / Ogin
Katsuhiko Kobayashi
Kôjirô Hongô
Hajime Mitamura ...
Komai Noto Dan
Saburo Niwamata ...
Utsugi
Ryûzô Shimada ...
Kamiya
Mieko Kondô ...
Otama
Hiroko Yajima ...
Otoku
Michiko Ai ...
Akiko Inoue
Kimiko Tachibana ...
Oroku
Yoichi Mashio ...
Shinobu Araki ...
Abbot
Bontarô Miake ...
Urajuku No Shichibee
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Disguised as a beggar monk, Ryunosuke's harrassed along the road by the rowdy members of a country dojo or fencing school malingering outside their fencing hall.

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Least dull of 3
16 November 2002 | by (Sydney, Australia) – See all my reviews

Last of a trilogy, and the more empathetic performance of the star Raizo lifts this one a little above the others. He's not quite so zombic here, and even manages a few human touches. As with the other two, the ending is inconclusive, leaving the way open for another sequel. As usual, the costumes and set decoration are the real stars.


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