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Akio Jissôji (1937–2006)

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(age 69) in Tokyo, Japan

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Known For

Silver Mask Director
(2006)
(1970)
Silver Mask Director
(1971)

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 2006 Silver Mask (story: 1st)
 2005 Ultraman Max (TV Series) (2 episodes)
- Osowarenai machi (2005)
- Kochô no yume (2005)
 2005 Rampo Noir (story "Kagami jigoku")
 2004 Urutora kyû: Dâku fantajî (TV Series)
 1998 Ultraman Dyna (TV Series) (1 episode)
- Monster Drama (1998)
 1997 Ultraman: Tiga (TV Series) (2 episodes)
- Dream (1997)
- Hana (1997)
 1993 Joan of Arc at the Stake (TV Movie)
 1990 La Valse
 1989 Arietta
 1986 Aoi numa no onna (TV Movie)
 1986 Tokyo Illusion (Short)
 1984 Haru e no agokare (Short)
 1983 Lanterns on Blue Waters (TV Movie)
 1980 24 Eyes (TV Movie)
 1979 Ultraman
 1972 Poem
 1971 Silver Mask (TV Series) (2 episodes)
- Hometown Earth (1971)
 1971 Mandara
 1968-1969 Operation: Mystery! (TV Series) (4 episodes)
- Kyôto kaimasu (1969)
- Noroi no tsubo (1969)
- Kyoufu no denwa (1968)
 1969 Yoiyami semareba (Short)
 1967-1968 Ultraseven (TV Series) (4 episodes)
- Enban ga kita (1968)
- Nerawareta machi (1967)
 1966 Ultra Q no oyaji (TV Movie documentary)
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Show Show Producer (4 credits)
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Personal Details

Official Sites:

Official Site [Japan]

Spouse:

Chisako Hara  (his death)
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Aries

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