Masayuki Mori

Birthday:
01/13/1911
Place of birth:
Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan:
Biography:
​From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Masayuki Mori  (森 雅之 Mori Masayuki, 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. Description above from the Wikipedia article Masayuki Mori, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia

Credits

剣と花 (1972)
座頭市あばれ火祭り (1970)
as Dark Lord Yamikubo
あゝ海軍 (1969)
連合艦隊司令長官 山本五十六 (1968)
as Prime Minister Konoe
光る海 (1963)
太平洋ひとりぼっち (1963)
as Youth's Father
武士道残酷物語 (1963)
as Lord Tambanokami Munemasa Hori
三味線とオートバイ (1961)
as Kuroyanagi
女房学校 (1961)
女の勲章 (1961)
as Professor Shiraishi
愛と炎と (1961)
妻として女として (1961)
as Keijiro Kouno
女は夜化粧する (1961)
おとうと (1960)
as Father
悪い奴ほどよく眠る (1960)
as Public Corporation Vice President Iwabuchi
娘・妻・母 (1960)
as Yuichiro Sakanishi
女が階段を上る時 (1960)
as Nobuhiko Fujisaki
コタンの口笛 (1959)
第三の死角 (1959)
夜の鼓 (1958)
as Miyaji, the drum teacher
女であること (1958)
挽歌 (1957)
as Setsuo Katsuragi
あらくれ (1957)
風船 (1956)
as Haruki Murakami
乳房よ永遠なれ (1955)
as Mori
こころ (1955)
as Nobuchi
楊貴妃 (1955)
as Emperor Xuan Zong
浮雲 (1955)
as Kengo Tomioka
Koibumi (1953)
蟹工船 (1953)
as Doctor
あにいもうと (1953)
as Inokichi
雨月物語 (1953)
as Genjurô
千羽鶴 (1953)
as Kikuji
あの手この手 (1952)
美女と盗賊 (1952)
武蔵野夫人 (1951)
as Tadao Akiyama
Junpaku no yoru (1951)
白痴 (1951)
as Kinji Kameda
善魔 (1951)
as Nakanuma
羅生門 (1950)
as Takehiro
Yabure-daiko (1949)
as Taro
痴人の愛 (1949)
as Kumagai
Furyô shôjo (1949)
わが生涯のかゞやける日 (1948)
安城家の舞踏会 (1947)
as Masahiko Anjo
Asu o tsukuru hitobito (1946)
as Seizo Hori, Chauffeur
虎の尾を踏む男達 (1945)
as Kamei
續 姿三四郎 (1945)
as Yoshima Dan
雷撃隊出動 (1944)
as Kawakami

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