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Masayuki Mori

Born January 13, 1911 in Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan
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Masayuki Mori  (January 13, 1911 – October 7, 1973) Born in Sapporo, Hokkaido prefecture) was a Japanese actor, the son of Takeo Arishima, a Japanese novelist active during the late Meiji and Taishō periods. Mori appeared in many of Akira Kurosawa 's films such as Rashomon and The Idiot. He also starred in pictures by Kenji Mizoguchi (Ugetsu), Mikio Naruse (Floating Clouds) and other prominent directors.

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as "Prime Minister Konoe"
as "Youth's Father"
as "Lord Tambanokami Munemasa Hori"
as "Kuroyanagi"
as "Keijiro Kouno"
as "Father"
as "Public Corporation Vice President Iwabuchi"
as "Yuichiro Sakanishi"
as "Nobuhiko Fujisaki"
as "Miyaji, the drum teacher"
as "Setsuo Katsuragi"
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as "Mori"
The Heart (1955)
as "Nobuchi"
as "Emperor Xuan Zong"
as "Kengo Tomioka"
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as "Inokichi"
Ugetsu (1953)
as "Genjurô"
as "Tadao Akiyama"
The Idiot (1951)
as "Kinji Kameda"
as "Nakanuma"
Rashomon (1950)
as "Takehiro"
as "Taro"
as "Masahiko, 1st son"
as "Seizo Hori, Chauffeur"
as "Yoshima Dan"
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