Masayuki Mori (I) (1911–1973)


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Masayuki Mori was born on January 13, 1911 in Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan. He was an actor, known for Rashomon (1950), The Bad Sleep Well (1960) and The Idiot (1951). He died on October 7, 1973. See full bio »

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Known For

Rashomon Takehiro Kanazawa
(1950)
The Bad Sleep Well Public Corporation Vice President Iwabuchi
(1960)
The Idiot Kinji Kameda
(1951)
Floating Clouds Kengo Tomioka
(1955)

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 1972 Kiri no hata (TV Series)
- Episode #1.5 (1972)
- Episode #1.4 (1972)
- Episode #1.3 (1972)
- Episode #1.2 (1972)
- Episode #1.1 (1972)
 1970 Zatoichi Goes to the Fire Festival
Dark Lord Yamikubo
 1969 Hi mo tsuki mo
Matsuko's Father
 1968 The Sun Above, Death Below
Joji Katakura
 1968 Admiral Yamamoto
Prime Minister Konoe
 1968 Kamo to negi
Shikichi Ishiguro
 1968 Devils-in-Law
 1966 Late Spring (TV Mini Series)
 1964 Kikyô
Kyôgo Moriya
 1964 Otoko girai
Masayuki Izawa
 1963 Hikaru umi
Seijiro Yazaki
 1963 Alone on the Pacific
Youth's Father
 1963 Bushido
Lord Tambanokami Munemasa Hori
 1962 Takasebune (TV Series)
 1961 Onna no kunshô
Professor Shiraishi
 1961 Ai to honoho to
Sawada
 1961 Poignant Story
Keijiro Kouno
 1960 Brother
Father
 1960 This Greedy Old Skin
Kumakichi
 1960 The Bad Sleep Well
Public Corporation Vice President Iwabuchi
 1960 Musume tsuma haha
Yuichiro Sakanishi, the eldest son
 1960 When a Woman Ascends the Stairs
Nobuhiko Fujisaki
 1959 Aru rakujitsu
Kôta Kosugi
 1959 Onna gokoro
Professor Asakichi
 1959 Fubuki To Tomoni Kieyukinu
Goro Mori
 1959 Dai san no shikaku
Reinosuke Aoyama
 1959 Suzukake no sanpomichi
Teizo Noro
 1958 Mammoth Tower (TV Movie)
 1958 Nishiginza no mama (TV Movie)
 1958 Yoru no tsuzumi
Miyaji, the drum teacher
 1958 Shiroi akuma
Katsusuke Mutaguchi
 1958 Onna de aru koto
Sadatsugu
 1957 Northern Elegy
Setsuo Katsuragi
 1957 Untamed Woman
Her lover
 1956 Ai wa furu hoshi no kanata ni
Hidemi Sakazaki
 1956 Iro zange
Jôji Yuasa
 1956 The Balloon
Haruki Murakami
 1955 The Eternal Breasts
Mori
 1955 The Heart
Nobuchi
 1955 Princess Yang Kwei-fei
Emperor Xuan Zong
 1955 Jokyû
Sugiura
 1955 Floating Clouds
Kengo Tomioka
 1954 Aku no tanoshisa
Masao Wakisaka
 1954 Ai: L'amour
 1954 Midori no nakama
Kyotaro Aoto
 1954 Aru onna
Sankichi Kuraji
 1954 Moeru Shanghai
Yu Luhua
 1953 Love Letter
Reikichi Mayumi
 1953 Kanikôsen
Doctor
 1953 Older Brother, Younger Sister
Inokichi - the Brother
 1953 Saikai
 1953 Ugetsu
Genjurô
 1953 Senba zuru
Kikuji Mitani
 1952 Bijo to touzoku
Kuroki no Taro
 1952 Taki no Shiraito
Kin'ya Murakoshi
 1951 Tokyo Ereji
 1951 The Lady from Musashino
Tadao Akiyama
 1951 The Idiot
Kinji Kameda
 1951 The Good Fairy
Yoshio Nakanuma
 1950 Rashomon
Takehiro Kanazawa
 1950 Kazanmyaku
 1950 Ma no ogon
 1949 A Broken Drum
Taro
 1949 Chijin no ai
Kumagai
 1949 Goodbye
Shuichi Tajima
 1949 The Bad Girl
 1948 Jutai
 1948 Koun no isu
 1947 Anjô-ke no butôkai
Masahiko Anjô
 1946 Those Who Make Tomorrow
Seizo Hori, Chauffeur
 1945 Sanshiro Sugata, Part Two
Yoshima Dan
 1944 Raigekitai Shutsudô
Kawakami
 1942 Haha no chizu
Jiro Kitano
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Former stage actor, in films from the early 1940's with the Toho Company, often in leading roles under the direction of Kurosawa or Mizoguchi. See more »

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