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Shûji Sano (1912–1978)


Shûji Sano was born on October 20, 1912 in Tokyo, Japan. He was an actor, known for Ojôsan kanpai (1949), Mejiro Sanpei monogatari: Uchi no nyôbô (1957) and There Was a Father (1942). He died on December 21, 1978. See full bio »

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Known For

Ojôsan kanpai Keizô Ishizu
(1949)
There Was a Father Ryohei Horikawa
(1942)
Iki na fûraibô Bun'noshin Koike
(1946)

Filmography

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 1978 Akujo ni tsuite (TV Series)
Teruhiko's father
 1970 Woman Boss
 1969 Fight for the Glory
Prof. Kanzaki
 1968 Toshigoro
Taizo
 1968 The Sands of Kurobe
Hirata
 1967 Ai wa oshiminaku
Shôzô Yamamoto
 1967 Aru hi watashi wa (TV Series)
 1967 Momotarô-zamurai (TV Series)
 1966 Hikô shôjo Yôko
Jiro's father
 1966 Seishun to wa nanda (TV Series)
- Haha no uta (1966)
 1965 Hikaru umi (TV Series)
 1964 Kimitachi ga ite boku ga ita
Gôtarô Takano
 1962 Hakone-yama
 1962 Aizen Katsura
 1961 Noren to hanayome
Shûtarô Nagata
 1961 Kaei
 1961 Koi no gashû
Usaku Aizawa
 1960 Spring Dreams
Doctor Hanamura
 1959 Thus Another Day
Managing director
 1958 Ragpicker's Angel
Ôsawa
 1958 Shirasagi
Kumajirô Gosaka
 1958 Haha no tabiji
Shingo Sasai
 1958 Buttsuke homban
Kobayashi
 1958 Kanai anzen
Yôsuke Ibuki
 1957 Tadaima zero hiki
Kyûichirô Sonobe
 1957 Tajobushin
 1957 Horse Boy
 1956 Typhoon
 1956 Aru yo futatabi
Bunzô Shida
 1956 Nyôbô zoku wa uttaeru
Yatarô Yoshikawa
 1956 Wedding Day
 1956 Young Tree
Mr. Shinohara
 1956 Shûu
Ryôtarô
 1955 Hibo tanki
 1955 All is Well
 1955 The Moon Has Risen
Shunsuke Takasu
 1954 An Inn at Osaka
Mita
 1954 Kaze tachinu
Cook
 1954 Mama no nikki
 1953 Onna gokoro wa hitosuji ni
Seikichi
 1953 Love Letter
 1953 Waseda daigaku
Gen'ichi Namishima
 1953 Mole Alley
Kazuo Ogata
 1953 Kanpaku madam
 1952 Kyôshû
 1952 Haha no negai
 1952 Tonkatsu taishô
Yûsaku Araki
 1951 Early Summer
Sotaro Satake
 1951 Rikon kekkon
 1951 Tenmeitarô
 1951 Carmen Comes Home
Haruo Taguchi
 1951 Onna no mizu-kagami
Kinya Ichimori
 1950 Spring Snow
 1949 Ojôsan kanpai
Keizô Ishizu
 1948 A Hen in the Wind
Shuichi Amamiya
 1948 The Follower
 1947 Joen
 1947 Jôen
 1946 Omitsu no endan
Tomokichi
 1946 Machibôke no onna
Fujikawa
 1946 Iki na fûraibô
Bun'noshin Koike
 1945 Soyokaze
Yokoyama
 1945 Hisshôka
Captain
 1944 Army
Kaneko
 1944 Yasen gungakutai
Sakuma jotohei
 1944 The Man Who Has Returned
Shôhei Nakaseko
 1942 Aru onna
Isamu
 1942 There Was a Father
Ryohei Horikawa
 1941 Suchow Night
 1938 Ai yori ai e
Shigeo Tanikawa
 1938 Kaze no joô
Gorô Fukui
 1937 A Star Athlete
Seki
 1937 Konyaku sanbagarasu
Shûji Kamura
 1937 Forget Love for Now
Kyôsuke
 1937 Konjiki yasha
Naomichi
 1937 Kôjô no tsuki
Taki
 1937 Hana-kago no uta
Susumu Ono
 1936 Shindo: Zempen Akemi no maki
Ippei Kudo
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