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Kenzô Masaoka (1898–1988)

Kenzô Masaoka was born on October 5, 1898 in Osaka, Japan. He is known for his work on Kai no kyuden (1927), Kumo to chûrippu (1943) and Chagama ondo (1935). He died in 1988 in Suita, Osaka. See full bio »


(age 89) in Suita, Osaka, Japan

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Known For

Kai no kyuden
Kai no kyuden Director
Kumo to chûrippu
Chagama ondo
Chagama ondo Director
Bakahachi to jôshu-sama


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 1950 Tora-chan no kankanmushi (Short)
 1948 Tora-chan to hanayome (Short)
 1947 Suteneko Tora-chan (Short)
 1946 Sakura (Short)
 1943 Kumo to chûrippu (Short)
 1942 Fuku-chan kishu (Short)
 1939 Benkei tai Ushiwaka (Short)
 1939 Nyan no urashima (Short)
 1936 Suzume no oyado (Short)
 1935 Mori no yosei (Short)
 1935 Tâchan no kaibutsu taiji (Short)
 1935 Tâchan no kaitei ryoko (Short)
 1935 Chagama ondo (Short)
 1934 Saiyuki (Short)
 1934 San-ba no chô (Short)
 1934 Shudan to tosei (Short)
 1934 Adauchi karasu (Short)
 1934 Gang to odoriko (Short)
 1931 Bakahachi to jôshu-sama (Short)
 1927 Kai no kyuden (as Dombei Masaoka)
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Alternate Names:

Dombei Masaoka

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