Sugisaku Aoyama

Born : 22nd-Jul-1889

Movie Credits

Maid of the Deep Mountains

Directed by Norimasa Kaeriyama.
Released : 13th-Sep-1919

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Kirare no Senta

Directed by Eisuke Takizawa
Released : 5th-Apr-1949

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Shanghai Rose

Released : 13th-Aug-1952

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The Glow of Life

A country girl Teruko falls in love with the aristocrat Yanagisawa. When she once asks him what the meaning of life is, he responds that it is to live freely. Unfortunately, he does that by abandoning her. Teruko tries to commit suicide, but luckily is saved. Yanagisawa returns and apologizes to her.
Released : 13th-Sep-1919

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The Rainbow-Colored Flower

Ebihara is a budding novelist entangled in a complicated web of relationships with three women from three different generations: Kazue, a coquettish teenage war orphan who tries to offer herself for money but is instead taken in by Ebihara, Koyabu, a middle-aged woman who has spent much of her life as the kept woman of a wealthy man, and Teruko, the modest daughter of Ebihara's former teacher who comes to rely on him after the death of her father.
Released : 14th-Oct-1950

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The Opium War

The Opium War is a 1943 black-and-white Japanese film directed by Masahiro Makino. "Ahen senso" in Japan refers to the First Opium War. The story of the film concerns this war.
Released : 14th-Jan-1943

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In 16th century Japan, peasants Genjuro and Tobei sell their earthenware pots to a group of soldiers in a nearby village, in defiance of a local sage's warning against seeking to profit from warfare. Genjuro's pursuit of both riches and the mysterious Lady Wakasa, as well as Tobei's desire to become a samurai, run the risk of destroying both themselves and their wives, Miyagi and Ohama.
Released : 26th-Mar-1953

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1954 Japanese movie
Released : 21st-Apr-1954

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Sanshiro Sugata

The story of Sanshiro, a strong stubborn youth, who travels into the city in order to learn Jujutsu. However, upon his arrival he discovers a new form of self-defence: Judo. The main character is based on Shiro Saigo, a legendary judoka.
Released : 25th-Mar-1943

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Late Night Confession

Japanese mystery thriller.
Released : 21st-Jun-1949

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Sword for Hire

Soldiers Hayate and Yaheiji secretly escape from their besieged castle. Hayate has left behind his lover, Kano. On his way, Hayate is wounded and cared for by O’Ryo, who falls in love with him. But when Hayate accidentally kills her caretaker, he flees, with O’Ryo in pursuit. Subsequently, Hayate's comrade Yaheiji falls in love with Oryo. Kano, the lover left behind by Hayate, believes him dead, and becomes involved with another soldier, Jurota. When Jurota defects to the opposing army, he takes Kano with him. A double set of love triangles has developed, wherein each man and each woman loves one and is loved by another. Finally only combat and self-sacrifice can untangle the weave.
Released : 22nd-May-1952

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Home Sweet Home

The Ueki family may not be wealthy, but smiles are never in short supply. The father is awarded prize money for 25 years of service to his workplace, but has it stolen on the way home from the ceremony...
Released : 21st-Mar-1951

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Wataru Naohiko who has the prosecutor general as his father became a young composer and its symphony "saint" invoked the world echoed. But his disciple Uchiyama and his best friend prosecutor Daisuke Toki accused his music as a sesame of pause-only technique, not a truly heart-hungry art.
Released : 22nd-Feb-1951

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The Love of the Actress Sumako

The stage director Shimamura, who is bringing western theatre to Japan, falls in love with the outspoken actress Sumako Matsui, and leaves his family to be with her, while trying to keep his Art Theatre solvent.
Released : 16th-Aug-1947

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Dancing with a Mask

Japanese propaganda film about the Normanton Incident.
Released : 28th-Oct-1943

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A Geisha on Horseback

Based on the original work of Akutagawa Prize-winning writer Ashihei Hino, the film depicts the love of the proud geisha Nobukichi Hakata in the early Taisho era.
Released : 15th-Nov-1954

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The Blue Revolution

Released : 10th-Jun-1953

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Fall of the Shogun's Militia

The story about the rise and fall of the famed mercenaries, Shinsengumi, who are hired by a crumbling feudal government.
Released : 22nd-Nov-1954

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A celebrity photograph sparks a court case as a tabloid magazine spins a scandalous yarn over a painter and a famous singer.
Released : 30th-Apr-1950

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Great X

A 1948 Japanese film.
Released : 7th-May-1948

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