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Hiroshi Inagaki (I) (1905–1980)


Inagaki's career in film began as an actor--a child actor, in fact, appearing in numerous silent films beginning at the very dawn of Japanese cinema. This is probably why he was promoted to director at the unusually (for Japan) young age of 22. Along with producer Mansaku Itami (later the father of another acclaimed director, Juzo Itami), Inagaki ... See full bio »

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(age 74) in Tokyo, Japan

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Known For

Wasurerareta kora
(1949)
The Rickshaw Man
The Rickshaw Man Director
(1958)
Arashi
Arashi Director
(1956)
Miyamoto Musashi
Miyamoto Musashi Director
(1954)

Filmography

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 1972 The Shin Hasegawa Series (TV Series)
 1970 Machibuse
 1967 Sasaki Kojiro
 1964 Garakuta
 1963 Hiken
 1962 Chûshingura
 1961 Fundoshi isha
 1959 Nippon tanjô
 1959 Samurai Saga
 1956 Arashi
 1951 Pirates
 1950 Sasaki Kojiro
 1938 Mazô
 1930 Isshintasuke
 1930 Uzushio
 1928 Hôrô zanmai
 1928 Ginbyô Samon
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Show Show Actor (15 credits)
Show Show Producer (12 credits)
Show Show Self (1 credit)
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Kinpachi Kajiwara
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