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ⓘ Benten Kozō (1958 film)




Benten Kozō (1958 film)
                                     

ⓘ Benten Kozō (1958 film)

The Gay Masquerade a.k.a. The Jovial Rascals of Edo, is a 1958 color Japanese film directed by Daisuke Itō.

The film won 1959 Blue Ribbon Awards for best actor Raizo Ichikawa and for best cinematography Kazuo Miyagawa. The film also won 1959 Kinema Junpo Award for best actor Raizo Ichikawa.

                                     
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  • showing both domestic and imported films In total, there were 547 Japanese films released in 1960. In total, domestic films grossed 31, 065 million yen in
  • Tsurugaoka Hachiman - gū, Kenchō - ji, Engaku - ji, Jufuku - ji, Jōchi - ji, and Zeniarai Benten Shrine. The Hōjō family crest in the city is therefore still ubiquitous
  • films the Akumyo series, the Hoodlum Soldier series, and the Zatoichi series. He played the role of blind masseur Zatoichi in a series of 25 films between
  • the work of a cinematography of a Japanese film It was awarded annually by the Association of Tokyo Film Journalists as one of the Blue Ribbon Awards
  • for Best Actor is as part of its annual Blue Ribbon Awards for Japanese film to recognize a male actor who has delivered an outstanding performance in

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