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Heinosuke Gosho (1902–1981)

Heinosuke Gosho was born on January 24, 1902 in Tokyo, Japan. He was a director and writer, known for The Neighbor's Wife and Mine (1931), Where Chimneys Are Seen (1953) and Once More (1947). He died on May 1, 1981 in Japan. See full bio »

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(age 79) in Japan

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Known For

(1953)
Once More Director
(1947)
(1958)

Filmography

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 1977 Waga machi Mishima - 1977 nen no shôgen (Documentary short)
 1961 Ryôjû
 1960 White Fangs
 1959 Waga ai
 1955 Takekurabe
 1953 Ashita wa dotchi da (supervising)
 1952 Asa no hamon
 1948 Omokage
 1947 Once More
 1944 Gojû no tô
 1942 Shinsetsu
 1940 Bokuseki
 1935 Hanamuko no negoto (as Gosho)
 1935 Burden of Life (director: Megaphone)
 1935 Akogare
 1935 Hidari uchiwa
 1934/I Sakura ondo
 1933 Aibu
 1933 Jûku no haru
 1932 Koi no Tokyo
 1932/I Hototogisu
 1932/I Ginza no yanagi
 1931 Gutei kenkei
 1931 Jokyû aishi
 1931 Yoru hiraku
 1930 Shojo iriyô
 1929 Shin joseikan
 1929 Ukiyo buro
 1927 Okame
 1927 Shojo no shi
 1927 Tricky Girl
 1926 Girlfriend
 1926 Musume
 1926 No Return
 1925 Hatsukoi
 1925 Otoko gokoro
 1925 Seishun
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Alternate Names:

Goshotei | Gosho
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