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Nora-Neko Rock: Wild Jumbo (1970)
"Nora-neko rokku: Wairudo janbo" (original title)

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Cast

Credited cast:
Meiko Kaji ...
C-ko
Bunjaku Han ...
Asako
Takeo Chii ...
Taki
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Ganishin
Yûsuke Natsu ...
Jirô
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Nobuko Aoki ...
The Woman B at Beach
Kazuo Katô ...
Polliceman A at Lookout post
Tatsuo Kumoi ...
Seibukai's Member B
Soichiro Maeno ...
Debo
Junko Natsu ...
The Woman A at Beach
Akira Nishikino ...
Himself - Singer
Masaki Nomura ...
Himself - Singer
Ken Sasaki ...
Katori
Yoshimasa Sato ...
Seibukai's Member A
Mari Shiraki ...
Female Doctor
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Nora-neko rokku: Wairudo janbo  »

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Filmed at the same time, but on different sets, as _Naraneko rokku: Sekkusu hanta (1970)_. Meiko Kaji and the Alleycats were shuttled back and forth between the two soundstages, although the male leads all stayed put. See more »

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Followed by Nora-neko rokku: Mashin animaru (1970) See more »

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A lot of fun
19 June 2012 | by (Saint Paul, MN) – See all my reviews

The Stray Cat Rock series was a group of five films made by Nikkatsu in about a one year period, between 1970 and 1971. The first was called Delinquent Girl Boss. Wild Jumbo is the second in the series. Apparently, the five films have nothing to do with each other narratively, though they do share some cast members. I think they're all about youth gangs. This one involves a gang which calls themselves the Pelican Club, which consists of four guys and a gal (Meiko Kaji of Female Prisoner Scorpion fame). The best known actor among them is Tatsuya Fuji, who would go on to star in Oshima's In the Realm of the Senses and Empire of Passion. The boss of the gang falls in love with the mistress of a rival gang leader, and convinces the Pelican Club to steal their money. That major plot line only comes up near the end. Most of the film is just about the Pelican Club's adventures. It's entertaining, and the music in particular is awesome. It ends quite tragically, though. I really liked it. Director Toshiya Fujita would go on to make the Lady Snowblood movies with Meiko Kaji.


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