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  • Torajirō Saitō - Wikipedia

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    Torajirō Saitō (斎藤 寅次郎, Saitō Torajirō, January 30, 1905 – May 1, 1982) was a Japanese film director known for his comedy films. Born in Akita Prefecture, he entered Shōchiku's Kamata studio in 1922 and debuted as a director in 1926. He later worked at the Shintoho and Toho studios. He became known as the "god of comedy" for directing over 200 films, many of which were nonsense comedies featuring famous clowns such as Ken'ichi Enomoto, Roppa Furukawa, and Junzaburo Ban.

  • Torajirô Saitô - IMDb

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    Torajirô Saitô, Director: Chaplin yo naze naku ka

  • Torajiro Saito - Wikidata

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    Japanese film director ... This page was last edited on 15 November 2017, at 10:29. All structured data from the main and property namespace is available under the Creative Commons CC0 License; text in the other namespaces is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may apply.

  • Torajiro Saito | Wiki & Bio | Everipedia

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    Torajiro Saito's wiki: Torajiro Saito (斎藤 寅次郎, Saitō Torajirō, January 30, 1905 – May 1, 1982) was a Japanese film director known for his comedy films. Born in Akita Prefecture, he entered Shōchiku's Kamata studio in 1922 and debuted as a director in 1926.[2] He later worked at

  • Torajiro Saito - Panjury, A Social Review Site

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    Torajiro Saito (斎藤 寅次郎, Saitō Torajirō, January 30, 1905 – May 1, 1982) was a Japanese film director known for his comedy films. Born in Akita Prefecture, he entered Shōchiku's Kamata studio in 1922 and debuted as a director in 1926. He later worked at the Shintoho and Toho studios. He became known as the "god of comedy" for directing over 200 films, many of which were nonsense comedies featuring famous clowns such as Kenichi Enomoto, Roppa Furukawa, and Junzaburo Ban.

  • Torajiro Saito | Manga Wiki | FANDOM powered by Wikia

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    Torajiro Saito (斎藤寅次郎, Saitō Torajirō, January 30, 1905–May 1, 1982) was a Japanese film...

  • Torajiro Saito - revolvy.com

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    Torajirō Saitō ( 斎藤 寅次郎 Saitō Torajirō, January 30, 1905 – May 1, 1982) was a Japanese film director known for his comedy films. Born in Akita Prefecture , he entered Shōchiku 's Kamata studio in 1922 and debuted as a director in 1926. He later worked at the Shintoho and Toho studios. He became known as the "god of comedy" for directing over 200 films, many of which were nonsense comedies featuring famous clowns such as Ken'ichi Enomoto , Roppa Furukawa , and Junzaburo Ban .

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    Digital Meme offers digitized masterpieces of Japanese silent film, classic anime, and documentaries on DVD, equipped with subtitles in English, Japanese, Chinese, Korean, and other languages. ... Talking Silents 8 Directed by Torajiro Saito Kodakara Sodo (1935, Shochiku Kamata, 33 min.) Directed by Torajiro Saito Cast: Shigeru Ogura, Yaeko Izumo; Akeyuku Sora (1929, Shochiku Kamata, 71 min.) Directed by Torajiro Saito

  • Torajiro Saito - Sensagent.com

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    Definitions of torajiro saito, synonyms, antonyms, derivatives of torajiro saito, analogical dictionary of torajiro saito (English)

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