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Yôen dokufu-den: Okatsu kyôjô tabi (1969)

Miyazono again plays a character named Okatsu in the final installment, Okatsu the Fugitive (1969), as the devoted daughter of parents who are put to death for refusing to release a document that could send a venal merchant to prison.

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Junko Miyazono ...
Okatsu, the female samurai
Reiko Ônobuta
Tôru Abe
Tatsuo Umemiya
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Takashi Hio ...
Ken (as Kôji Hio)
Hisaya Itô
Yataro Kitagami
Akitake Kôno
Hiroshi Nawa
Yôichi Numata
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(as Reiko Ohshida)
Yasushi Suzuki
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Miyazono again plays a character named Okatsu in the final installment, Okatsu the Fugitive (1969), as the devoted daughter of parents who are put to death for refusing to release a document that could send a venal merchant to prison.

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Follows Quick-draw Okatsu (1969) See more »

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Shiraha koiuta
Words by Yoshiyuki Kuroda
Music by Masato Kaya
Sung by Junko Miyazono
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It looks like a fitting cemetery for you.
4 April 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Not a particularly exciting film. Okatsu's (Junko Miyazono) parents are killed by a tobacco smuggling gangster. After Florida increases the tobacco tax a dollar on top of the dollar increase in the federal tax, we may see more of these types here.

The gang is after her because there is a Statement of Charges that her father hid. She engages in a couple of fights, but it a stranger that helps her when she is down and almost out.

The gang comes after them both and, when they have them surrounded, just leave to fight another day. It seems no one really wants this Statement.

The final battle had some excellent swordplay, but this certainly doesn't live up to the pinky violence genre.


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