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The Young Rebels (1980)

Chichi yo haha yo! (original title)
A newspaper reporter investigates the lives of juvenile delinquents.

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Credited cast:
Kaneko Iwasaki
Gô Katô ...
Journalist
Kunitarô Kawarazaki ...
(as Kunitaro Kawarazaki)
Junko Mihara ...
Takiko
Hiroyuki Nagato
Seiya Nakano
Tomoko Naraoka
Tatsuya Okamoto ...
Yukio
Tomoko Saitô ...
Orie
Tomisaburô Wakayama ...
Asakawa Senjo
Kazuko Yoshiyuki
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A newspaper reporter investigates the lives of juvenile delinquents.

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20 September 1980 (Japan)  »

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