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Osamu Takizawa

Born November 13, 1906 in Takizawa Osamu
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Osamu Takizawa ( Takizawa Osamu , 13 November 1906 – 22 June 2000 ) was a Japanese actor. He was born in Ushigome, Tokyo, Japan. Starting at the Tsukiji Little Theater, Takizawa participated in a number of theatrical troupes before forming Gekidan Mingei with Jūkichi Uno.  His was praised for his performance in Death of a Salesman and also directed a version of The Diary of Anne Frank.  Perhaps his most notable film role was in Fires on the Plain. Description above from the Wikipedia article Osamu Takizawa , licensed under CC-BY-SA,full list of contributors on Wikipedia.
Actor
as "Rouben"
as "Prime Minister Sabashi"
as "Yasuke Eboshiya"
as "Otagaki"
A Trap (1965)
as "Kinzô Ôtsuka"
Kwaidan (1964)
as "Author / Narrator (segment "Chawan no naka")"
as "Hideyoshi Toyotomi"
as ""
Buddha (1961)
as ""
as "Yasuda"
as ""
as "Taminosuke Yamamura"
as "Kôzukenosuke Kira"
as ""
as "Old Socho"
as "Cristóvão Ferreira"
as "Hanzo"
Miniature (1953)
as "Ino"
as "Iwakichi"
as "Emperor Kiritsubo"
as "Eisaku"
as "Naoki"
as "Naosuke Gonbei"
Apostasy (1948)
as "Tatsutarô Inoko"
as "Sekine"
as "Tadahiko, father"
as "Teacher"
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