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Tomoyuki Tanaka
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Masayuki Takagi
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Tezuka Osamu Cultural Prize
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Inabata Katsutaro
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Masayuki Mori (film producer)
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Anaheim University
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Shōkichi Umeya
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Jungle Emperor Leo
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List of creative works by Akira Kurosawa
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Remakes of films by Akira Kurosawa
A number of Akira Kurosawa's films have been remade. The following table shows the remakes that have been released as of July 2010. Note: This list includes full remakes only; it does not include film...
A.K. (film)
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Tomorrow's Joe
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Kaoru Adachi
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Astro Boy
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Akira Kurosawa Memorial Short Film Competition
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Shigeru Kitayama
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Masahiko Minami
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Ikki Kajiwara
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Frederik L. Schodt
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Shigeharu Shiba
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Giichi Nishihara
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Shōzō Makino (director)
Shōzō Makino (マキノ省三, Makino Shōzō, September 22, 1878 in Kyoto - July 25, 1929) was a Japanese film director, film producer and businessman who is regarded as a pioneering director of Japanese film. I...
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Osamu Tezuka
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Pro Wrestling Superstar Retsuden
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