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The Loyal 47 Ronin

The Loyal 47 Ronin
Directed by Kunio Watanabe
Produced by Masaichi Nagata
Written by Kunio Watanabe (writer)
Fuji Yahiro (writer)
Music by Ichirō Saitō
Cinematography Takashi Watanabe
Studio Daiei Film
Distributed by Daiei Film
Release date(s) April 1, 1958 (Japan)
Running time 166 min.
Country Japan
Language Japanese

The Loyal 47 Ronin (忠臣蔵 Chushingura?) is a 1958 color Jidaigeki (period drama) Japanese film directed by Kunio Watanabe.

Cast

  • Kazuo Hasegawa as Ōishi Kuranosuke (Ōishi Yoshio)
  • Shintaro Katsu as Genzō Akagaki
  • Kōji Tsuruta as Kin'emon Okano
  • Raizō Ichikawa as Takuminokami Asano
  • Machiko Kyō as Orui
  • Fujiko Yamamoto as Yōsen'in
  • Michiyo Kogure as Ukihashi
  • Chikage Awashima as Riku Ōishi
  • Ayako Wakao as Osuzu
  • Yatarō Kurokawa as Denpachirō Okado
  • Eiji Funakoshi as Tsunanori Uesugi
  • Eitaro Ozawa as Hyōbu Chisaka
  • Takashi Shimura as Jūbei Ōtake
  • Ganjiro Nakamura as Gorobei Kakimi
  • Chieko Higashiyama as Ōishi's mother Otaka
  • Tamao Nakamura as Asano's maid Midori
  • Michiko Ai as Karumo
  • Kazuko Wakamatsu as Osugi
  • Aiko Mimasu as Toda
  • Masao Shimizu as Dewanokami Yanagisawa
  • Jun Tazaki as Ikkaku Shimizu
  • Sonosuke Sawamura as Kazusanokami Sōda
  • Yoshiro Kitahara as Jūjirō Hazama
  • Kazuko Ichikawa as Chonmaru
  • Gen Shimizu as Chūzaemon Yoshida
  • Ichirō Amano as Mankichi
  • Shinobu Araki as Yahei Horibe
  • Teruyo Asagumo as Maki - Shioyama's wife
  • Okuzan Asao as Jūnai Onodera
  • Ryūnosuke Azuma
  • Saburō Bōya as Genkichi
  • Toshio Chiba as Heihachirō Yamaoka
  • Saburō Date as Jūheiji Sugino
  • Jun Fujikawa as Sonshirō Soeta
  • Daisuke Fujima as Densuke Kurahashi
  • Keiko Fujita as Momiji
  • Ryūji Fukui
  • Yoichi Funaki as Yogorō Kanzaki
  • Yūshi Hamada
  • Setsuko Hama as Yūnagi
  • Tatsuo Hanabu as Heiemon Mugi
  • Seishirō Hara as Heihachirō Kobayashi
  • Fujio Harumoto as Ukyōdayū Tamura
  • Akiko Hasegawa as Okū - Ōishi's daughter
  • Riko Hasegawa as Kōbai
  • Noriko Hodaka as Yūgiri
  • Yukio Horikita as Shinpachirō Yamayoshi
  • Kin'ya Ichikawa (Kinya Ichikawa)
  • Sumao Ishihara
  • Ryūichi Ishii as Tadashichi Takebayashi
  • Tadashi Iwata as Jirōzaemon Mimura
  • Ichirō Izawa as Isuke Maebara
  • Ryōsuke Kagawa as Gengoemon Kataoka
  • Kiyoshi Kasuga
  • Kōichi Katsuragi as Sōemon Hara
  • Hiroshi Kawaguchi as Chikara Ōishi
  • Keizo Kawasaki as Shinzaemon Katsuta
  • Masayoshi Kikuno as Heidayū Waku
  • Reiko Kongō
  • Keiko Koyanagi
  • Kappei Matsumoto as Yosobei Kajikawa
  • Ryūzaburō Mitsuoka as Yoichiemon Sudō
  • Bontarō Miake as carpenter Masagorō
  • Shōzō Nambu as Hikoemon Yasui
  • Jun Negami as Sagaminokami Tsuchiya
  • Tokio Oki
  • Teruko Ōmi as Oume
  • Eigoro Onoe as Yaichirō Niimi
  • Mitsusaburō Ramon as Riemon Torii
  • Ichirō Ryūzaki as Izaemon Shioyama
  • Shintarō Saijō as Sakyōnosuke Date
  • Yū Sakurai
  • Yasuhiko Shima as Kyūnoshin Aoki
  • Ryūji Shinagawa as Gengo Ōtaka
  • Kinzō Shin as Kurobei Ōno
  • Kenji Sugawara as Awajinokami Wakisaka
  • Shōsaku Sugiyama as Kazuemon Fuwa
  • Kimiko Tachibana as Oyae
  • Ichirō Takakura as Matanojō Shiota
  • Hideo Takamatsu as Yajirō Sekine
  • Hisako Takihana as Emoshichi's mother
  • Osamu Takizawa as Kōzukenosuke Kira
  • Kazue Tamaoki as Kanroku Chikamatsu
  • Yūsaku Terajima as Tachū Matsubara
  • Kan Ueda as Newspaper seller
  • Shōji Umewaka as Emoshichi Yatō
  • Yōko Uraji as Yae - Katsuta's mother
  • Mantarō Ushio as Kinta
  • Yōko Wakasugi as Oguruma
  • Fumihiko Yokoyama as Kichiemon Terasaki

See also

References

External links

  • (Japanese) http://www.raizofan.net/link4/movie3/chushin.htm
  • http://www.raizofan.net/eng/emovie2/emovie42.htm
  • (Japanese) http://www.jmdb.ne.jp/1958/ch001420.htm
  • Internet Movie Database


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