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Dotonbori River

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Dotonbori River

Dotonbori River
Directed by Kinji Fukasaku
Produced by Akira Oda
Written by Kinji Fukasaku, Teru Miyamoto (novel), Tatsuo Nogami
Music by Megumi Wakakusa
Cinematography Takashi Kawamata
Release date(s) 1982 June
Running time 123 min.
Country Japan
Language Japanese

Dotonbori River (Dotonborigawa, 道頓堀川) is a 1982 Japanese film directed by Kinji Fukasaku.


  • Keiko Matsuzaka as Machiko
  • Hiroyuki Sanada as Kunihiko Yasuoka
  • Tsutomu Yamazaki as Tetsuo Takeuchi
  • Koichi Sato as Masao Takeuchi
  • Mariko Kaga as Yuki
  • Tsunehiko Watase as Kozo Watanabe
  • Yuki Furutachi as Satomi Matsumoto (stripper)
  • Maki Carousel as Kaoru
  • Akira Emoto as Ishizuka
  • Rei Okamoto as Suzuko
  • Akira Nagoya as Katsu-san
  • Hideji Otaki as Tamada
  • Ryuji Katagiri as Noguchi
  • Rie Yokoyama as Rika

External links

  • Internet Movie Database
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