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Yoshio Inaba

Born July 15, 1920 in Japan
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Yoshio Inaba (July 15, 1920–April 20, 1998) was a Japanese actor best known for his role as one of the title characters (the good-natured, second-in-command Gorobei) in Akira Kurosawa's Seven Samurai. He died of a heart attack at the age of 77.

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Actor
as "Bessho"
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as "Instructor"
as "Kokichi Suzuki"
as "Horii"
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Gassan (1978)
as "Gensuke"
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as "Village head Araki"
The Fossil (1974)
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Silence (1971)
as "Prisoner official"
as "Yoshitaro Araki"
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as "Keijiro Sumita"
Whirlwind (1964)
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Ken (1964)
as "Seiichiro Kokubun"
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Harakiri (1962)
as "Jinai Chijiiwa"
as "Giichirô Ikebe"
as "Shôten"
as "Military Commander #3"
as "Gorobei Katayama"
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