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Natto Wada (1920–1983)

Natto Wada was born on September 13, 1920 in Hyogo, Japan. She is known for Odd Obsession (1959), Being Two Isn't Easy (1962) and Fires on the Plain (1959). She was married to Kon Ichikawa. She died on February 18, 1983. See full bio »


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Known For

Odd Obsession Writer
The Outcast Writer


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 2016 10 Women in Black (TV Mini Series) (original story - 10 episodes)
- Episode #1.10 (2016) ... (original story)
- Episode #1.9 (2016) ... (original story)
- Episode #1.8 (2016) ... (original story)
- Episode #1.7 (2016) ... (original story)
- Episode #1.6 (2016) ... (original story)
 2002 Ten Dark Women (TV Movie) (based on a screenplay by)
 2001 Kah-chan
 1988 Crane (writer)
 1965 Tokyo Olympiad (Documentary)
 1963 Alone on the Pacific (writer)
 1963 An Actor's Revenge (scenario)
 1962 The Outcast
 1961 Ten Dark Women (writer)
 1960 Bonchi
 1959 Fires on the Plain (writer)
 1959 Odd Obsession (writer)
 1958 Conflagration (writer)
 1957 The Hole
 1956 Punishment Room (screenplay)
 1955/I Ghost Story of Youth (screenplay)
 1954 Twelve Chapters on Women (screenplay)
 1954 A Billionaire
 1953 The Lovers (writer)
 1953 Youth of Heiji Senigata (screenplay)
 1953 Mr. Pu (writer)
 1952 This Way, That Way (screenplay)
 1952 The Woman Who Touched the Legs (screenplay)
 1952 Young People (screenplay)
 1951 Koibito (screenplay)
 1951 Nusumareta koi (screenplay)
 1951 Wedding March
 1951 River Solo Flows (screenplay)
 1949 Human Patterns (writer)
 1949 Passion Without End (writer)
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After writing for director Ichikawa Kon she married him and became his scenarist until her death in 1983.

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