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Ureo Egawa (1902–1970)

Ureo Egawa was born on May 7, 1902 in Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan. He was an actor and director, known for Ultra Q (1965), Nanatsu no umi: Zenpen - Shojo-hen (1931) and Yoru no kaishinshi (1927). He died on May 20, 1970. See full bio »

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(age 68)

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Known For

Ultra Q Dr. Ichinotani
(1966-1967)
(1927)
Kinô kieta otoko Rokunoshin Hara, yoriki
(1941)

Filmography

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 1966-1967 Ultra Q (TV Series)
Dr. Ichinotani
- Aketekure! (1967) ... Dr. Ichinotani
- 206-bin Shômetsu-su (1966) ... Dr. Ichinotani
- The Devil Child (1966) ... Dr. Ichinotani
- Metamorphosis (1966) ... Dr. Ichinotani
- Garadama (1966) ... Dr. Ichinotani
 1964 The Sandal Keeper
President Saijô
 1962 The Escape
 1960 Hijô toshi
 1960 Boku wa dokushin shain
President of Dômei Oil Company
 1959 This Is the Truth (TV Series)
 1959 Teisô no Arashi
Eizô Murofushi
 1959 Daitoa senso to kokusai saiban
Lawyer Shimazu
 1958 Bakushô ôza seifuku (Short)
Aisatsu
 1958 Equinox Flower
Schoolmate Nakanishi
 1957 Yojaso no maou
Professor Sakurada
 1957 Escapade in Japan
Chief of Kyoto Police (uncredited)
 1956 Onna keirin-ô
Mitarai
 1956 Kaii Utsunomiya tsuritenjô
Kawamura Utsubo
 1956 Onryô sakura ôsôdô
Chief Bodyguard
 1956 Hokkai no hanran
Captain Abe
 1955 Haha futari
 1955 Twilight Saloon
Yamaguchi
 1955 Otoko ippiki
 1955 Nonki saiban
 1954 Kimimachi-bune
Gondô
 1953 Benitsubaki
 1952 Yatarô gasa
 1952 Yatarô gasa: zenkôhen
Tamazô
 1952 Rikon
Shôgo Yamamura
 1952 Inu-himesama
 1952 Rakka no mai
 1951 Haha wa nagekazu
Eikichi
 1951 Dora neko
Komiyama
 1950 Banana musume
 1950 Tsuma to onna kisha: Wakai ai no kiki
Editor in chief
 1949 Jinsei senshu
 1949 Goodbye
Kenzo Sekine
 1949 Shirozukin arawaru
Jun'an Yasuda
 1948 Haha
 1948 Waga machi wa midori nari
Gentleman
 1948 Fujisancho
 1948 Ano yume kono uta
Principal
 1948 Dare ga tame ni kane wa aru (Part two)
 1947 Kakedashi jidai
Brother-In-law Kohei
 1944 Yottsu no kekkon
Chutaro Okuma
 1942 Midori no daichi
Kozoo Izawa
 1942 The Sky of Hope
Vunoshin Narishima
 1941 Poppy
Hajime Munechika
 1941 Ani no hanayome
Kenichi Kanou
 1941 Kinô kieta otoko
Rokunoshin Hara, yoriki
 1940 Nessa no chikai (Zenpen; Kôhen)
Ichiro Sugiyama
 1938 Robo no ishi
 1938 Tokyo yôsai
 1937 Etchan
Rokutaro Yanagi
 1936 Onna no kaikyû
Ryûji Hayashi
 1934/I Sakura ondo
 1933 Kekkon kaido
 1933 Ureshii koro
Yasuo Tsuda
 1933 Seidon
Minoru Katagiri
 1933 Apart from You
Guest
 1933 Ôendanchô no koi
Miyajima
 1933 Woman of Tokyo
Ryoichi
 1933 Hanayome no negoto
Enatsu
 1932 Bôfûtai
 1932 Where Now Are the Dreams of Youth?
Tetsuo Horino
 1932 Byakuya wa akaruku
Shôichirô Amagasaki
 1932 Mushibameru haru
Seichirô Komori
 1932/I Aa, Kuga shôsa
 1932/I Konjiki yasha
Fujita Taro
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