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Ironfinger (1965)

Hyappatsu hyakuchu (original title)
A Japanese-Frenchman on vacation is caught up in a criminal conspiracy along with a female bomb expert and a bumbling Detective.

Director:

Jun Fukuda

Writers:

Michio Tsuzuki (screenplay), Kihachi Okamoto (screenplay)
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Cast overview:
Akira Takarada ... Andrew Hoshino
Mie Hama ... Yumi Sawada
Ichirô Arishima ... Detective Tezuka
Jun Tatara Jun Tatara
Akihiko Hirata ... Komori
Sachio Sakai Sachio Sakai
Susumu Kurobe ... Man of sunglasses
Tôru Ibuki Tôru Ibuki ... Matsuki
Chôtarô Tôgin Chôtarô Tôgin ... Ken
Naoya Kusakawa Naoya Kusakawa ... Takeshi Aonuma
Kôji Iwamoto Kôji Iwamoto
Mike Daneen Mike Daneen
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A Japanese-Frenchman on vacation is caught up in a criminal conspiracy along with a female bomb expert and a bumbling Detective.

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Akira Takarada & Akihiko Hirata Co-starts DNA's were major characters in the original Godzilla movie. See more »

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Followed by Hyappatsu hyakuchû: Ôgon no me (1968) See more »

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The Japanese Response to Goldfinger
14 March 2020 | by Uriah43See all my reviews

This film begins with an international agent by the name of "Andrew Hoshino" (Akira Takawada) traveling to several countries in the Far East in an effort to locate and eradicate the leader of a gun-smuggling operation in Japan. While there he forms an unlikely alliance with a freelance bomb expert named "Yumi Sawada" (Mie Hama) who sells her expertise to the highest bidder. In this particular case, she just happens to be working for one specific Japanese clan who is at war with another. Also teaming up with him is a Japanese detective by the name of "Tezuka" (Ichiro Arishima) who wants to stop the carnage at all costs. Now rather than reveal any more I will just say that this was an interesting "James Bond" type of film which had much more humor than I initially expected. The plot also featured a number of twists and turns which helped to a certain extent as well. In any case, I enjoyed this film for the most part and for that reason I have rated it accordingly. Slightly above average.


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Country:

Japan

Language:

Japanese

Release Date:

5 December 1965 (Japan) See more »

Also Known As:

100 Shot, 100 Killed See more »

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Toho Company See more »
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Mono

Color:

Color (Eastmancolor)
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