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  • Shintaro Katsu - Wikipedia

    Shintaro Katsu began his career in entertainment as a shamisen player. He switched to acting because he noticed it was better paid. In the 1960s he starred ...

  • Shintarô Katsu - IMDb

    Shintarô Katsu, Actor: Shin Zatôichi: Yabure! Tôjin-ken. Shintarô Katsu was born on November 29, 1931 in Fukagawa, Tokyo, Japan as Toshio Okumura. He was an actor and director, known for Shin Zatôichi: Yabure!

  • Shintaro Katsu - Topic - YouTube

    Shintaro Katsu was a Japanese actor, singer, producer, and director. This channel was generated automatically by YouTube's video discovery system.

  • The two sides of Shintaro Katsu | Cagey Films

    I first encountered the actor Shintaro Katsu back in 2002 when I picked up the first two movies in his long, defining series about the blind masseur/master swordsman Zatoichi.

  • Zatoichi Shintaro Kastu - Home | Facebook

    Zatoichi Shintaro Kastu. 545 likes. Shintaro Katsu 勝 新太郎 was a Japanese actor, singer, producer, and director. He played the role of blind masseur Zatoich.

  • Shintarô Katsu - Rotten Tomatoes

    Shintarô Katsu Celebrity Profile - Check out the latest Shintarô Katsu photo gallery, biography, pics, pictures, interviews, news, forums and blogs at Rotten Tomatoes!

  • Zatoichi Shintaro Katsu 盲劍客 - Home | Facebook

    Zatoichi Shintaro Katsu 盲劍客. 1,225 likes · 8 talking about this. Artist

  • Shintaro Katsu Zatoichi Komori Uta - YouTube

    The Good, the Bad and the Ugly - The Danish National Symphony Orchestra (Live) - Duration: 6:14. Rabow 8,165,299 views

  • Zatoichi - Wikipedia

    The original series of 26 films featured Shintaro Katsu as Zatoichi. The first film was made in 1962 in black and white. The third film, in 1963, ...

  • Obituary: Sintaro Katsu | The Independent

    Sintaro Katsu was an outrageously individualistic actor who became a living legend playing a blind master swordsman, Zatoichi. "Katsu-shin", as he was affectionately known, was adored by millions, not only in Japan but all over South East Asia, where his dazzlingly original sword-fight sequences influenced kung fu epics of Hong Kong and Taiwan.

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