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Chû Arai (1928–2000)

Chû Arai was born on July 30, 1928 in Tokyo, Japan. He was an actor, known for Dorifutazu desu yo! Totte totte torimakure (1968), Dorifutazu desu yo! Bôken bôken mata bôken (1968) and Dorifutazu desu yo! Zenshin zenshin matazenshin (1967). He died on February 9, 2000 in Ito, Shizuoka, Japan. See full bio »

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(age 71) in Ito, Shizuoka, Japan

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 1990 Byôin e ikô
Kokichi
 1988 Anego
Yamana
 1988 The Asami Mitsuhiko Mystery 3 (TV Movie)
 1986 Beyond the Shining Sea
Tomizawa
 1986 House on Fire
Kanda
 1985 Osomatsu-kun, Iyami and Chibita's Cooking Showdown (TV Movie)
Matsuzo Matsuno
 1983 Detective Story
Akira Akagawa
 1982 Surônin makaritôru (TV Mini-Series)
Hanbei
 1979 Hôseki no bijo: Edogawa Ranpo Hakuhatsuki yori (TV Movie)
Inspector Namikoshi
 1978 Amagi goe (TV Movie)
Vendor
 1977 Tobe! Songokû (TV Series)
 1975 Tooi sekkin (TV Movie)
Tetsuji Yasukawa
 1969 Dorifutazu desu yo! Zenin totsugeki (as The Drifters)
 1968 Dorifutazu desu yo! Bôken bôken mata bôken
Chû (as The Drifters)
 1968 Mexican Free-for-All
Policeman (as cameo apperence)
 1967 Yume wa yoru hiraku
Gorilla
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The Drifters | cameo apperence
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Star Sign:

Leo

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