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List of Japanese films of 1954

A list of films released in Japan in 1954 (see 1954 in film).

1954

Title Director Cast Genre Notes
1954
The Crucified Lovers Kenji Mizoguchi Kazuo Hasegawa, Kyoko Kagawa Drama
Izu no Odoriko Yoshitaro Nomura Hibari Misora
Akira IShihama
Romance
Ghost Man Motoyoshi Oda Seizaburo Kawatsu
Miki Sanjo
Science fiction
Gojira Ishirō Honda Akira Takarada Kaiju The first Godzilla film.
Late Chrysanthemums Mikio Naruse Haruko Sugimura Drama
Miyamoto Musashi Hiroshi Inagaki Toshirō Mifune, Rentarō Mikuni Samurai film
Onna no koyomi Seiji Hisamatsu Yoko Sugi
Kyoko Kagawa
Drama Entered into the 1955 Cannes Film Festival
Onna no Sono Keisuke Kinoshita Hideko Takamine
Yoshiko Kuga
Drama
Sansho the Bailiff Kenji Mizoguchi Kinuyo Tanaka Drama
Seven Samurai Akira Kurosawa Toshirō Mifune Samurai film
Sound of the Mountain Mikio Naruse Setsuko Hara, So Yamamura Drama
Twenty-four Eyes Keisuke Kinoshita Hideko Takamine Drama Won Best Film at the 5th Blue Ribbon Awards and at the 9th Mainichi Film Awards
Chūshingura: Hana no Maki, Yuki no Maki (忠臣蔵 花の巻、雪の巻) Tatsuo Ōsone Kōkichi Takada Samurai film

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