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Kajirô Yamamoto (1902–1974)

Kajirô Yamamoto was born on March 15, 1902 in Tokyo, Japan. He was a director and writer, known for Hawai · Maree oki kaisen (1942), Tôkyô no kyûjitsu (1958) and Haru no kyôen (1947). He died on September 28, 1974 in Japan. See full bio »


(age 72) in Japan

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Haru no kyôen Director
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 1955 Ai no rekishi
 1951 Elegy
 1949 Kaze no ko
 1941 Uma
 1940 Songoku 1
 1940 Songoku 2
 1939 Nonki Yokocho
 1937 Nihon josei dokuhon (volume 1)
 1935 Sumire musume
 1935 Botchan
 1934 Kenka ichidai
 1934 Alps taishô
 1933 Renai hijoji
 1932 Hohoemu nikkatsu (Short)
 1932 Junange
 1925 Bâkudanjî
 1925 Morî no asâ
 1924 Danun
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[on Akira Kurosawa and Ishirô Honda] There are two types of people in Tohoku. One is like Kurosawa. He's the type who challenges the natural order. On the other hand, Honda fits himself into the natural order. That's why Kurosawa's films are always about battles, relationships, love, human feelings and so on, but what Honda wants to show in his movies is harmony in the relationship between nature... See more »


Was the mentor of Akira Kurosawa and Ishirô Honda.

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