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Eitarō Ozawa is a Actor Japonais born on 27 march 1909 at Tokyo (Japon)

Eitarō Ozawa

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Nationality Japon
Birth 27 march 1909 at Tokyo (Japon)
Death 23 april 1988 (at 79 years)

Eitaro Ozawa (小沢 栄太郎, Ozawa Eitarō, 27 March 1909 – 23 April 1988) was a Japanese actor. He appeared in more than 200 films between 1935 and 1988.

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Eitarō Ozawa est apparu dans plus de 200 films entre 1935 et 1988.

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Filmography of Eitarō Ozawa (51 films)

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Kiken na onnatachi, 2h2
Directed by Yoshitarō Nomura
Origin Japon
Genres Crime
Actors Yoshi Katō, Tanie Kitabayashi, Eitarō Ozawa, Akira Terao
Roles Kenichiro Kinumura

The Return of Godzilla, 1h43
Directed by Kōji Yakusho, Koji Hashimoto
Origin Japon
Genres Drama, Science fiction, Thriller, Action, Horror
Themes Films about animals, Dinosaur films, La fin du monde, Kaiju films, Films about magic and magicians, Seafaring films, La préhistoire, Transport films, Animaux préhistoriques, Giant monster films, Godzilla films, Films about extraterrestrial life, Disaster films
Actors Yasuko Sawaguchi, Ken Tanaka, Raymond Burr, Keiju Kobayashi, David Ury, Eitarō Ozawa
Roles Finance Minister Kanzaki
Rating62% 3.1000653.1000653.1000653.1000653.100065
After a volcanic eruption on Daikoku Island, the Yahata-Maru Japanese fishing vessel is caught in strong currents off its shores. As the boat drifts into shore, the island begins to erupt, and a giant monster lifts itself out of the volcano. A few days later, reporter Goro Maki is sailing in the area and finds the vessel intact but deserted. As he explores the vessel, he finds all the crew dead except for one young man called Hiroshi Okamura, who has been badly wounded. Suddenly a giant Shockirus sea louse attacks him but he is saved by Maki who kills it with a cleaver.
Godzilla 1985, 1h27
Directed by Koji Hashimoto
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Science fiction, Thriller, Action, Horror
Themes Films about animals, Dinosaur films, Kaiju films, Seafaring films, La préhistoire, Transport films, Giant monster films, Godzilla films, Disaster films
Actors Raymond Burr, Ken Tanaka, Yasuko Sawaguchi, Keiju Kobayashi, Eitarō Ozawa, Hiroshi Koizumi
Roles Finance Minister Kanzaki
Rating62% 3.1000653.1000653.1000653.1000653.100065
The Japanese fishing vessel Yahata Maru is trying to find its way to shore in a horrible storm while near an uninhabited island, when a giant monster appears out of the island and attacks the boat. A day later, reporter Goro Maki finds the vessel intact, along with its sole survivor Hiroshi "Kenny" Okumura.
Onimasa: A Japanese Godfather, 2h26
Directed by Hideo Gosha
Origin Japon
Genres Drama, Action, Crime
Themes Seafaring films, Transport films, Yakuza films, Gangster films
Actors Tatsuya Nakadai, Tetsurō Tamba, Masako Natsume, Shima Iwashita, Kei Yamamoto, Mari Natsuki
Roles Genichiro Tanabe
Rating69% 3.482863.482863.482863.482863.48286
À Kyoto durant l'été 1940 : Hanako Kiryuin est retrouvée morte dans le quartier chaud. C'est l'occasion pour sa sœur adoptive Matsue de se souvenir de sa jeunesse dangereuse passée dans l'ombre de leur père, Onimasa Kiruyin, fondateur d'un clan redouté issu de l'île de Shikoku (province de Tosa), et de son amour contrarié pour un syndicaliste. À travers elle, c'est aussi vingt années d'histoire du Japon (1918-1940) qui défilent en arrière-plan.
Sandakan No. 8, 2h1
Directed by Kei Kumai
Origin Japon
Genres Drama, Historical
Themes Films about sexuality, Erotic films, Films about prostitution, Erotic thriller films
Actors Kinuyo Tanaka, Komaki Kurihara, Ken Tanaka, Takiko Mizunoe, Eitarō Ozawa
Roles Tarozo
Rating76% 3.828223.828223.828223.828223.82822
A young female journalist Keiko Mitani (Komaki Kurihara) is researching an article on the history of Japanese women who were forced to work as prostitutes in Asian brothels during the early 20th century. She locates Osaki (Kinuyo Tanaka), an elderly woman who lives with a number of cats in a shack in a remote village. Osaki agrees to tell her life story, and the film goes into flashback to the early 1920s. A young Osaki (Yoko Takashi) is sold by her poverty-stricken family into indentured servitude as a maid in Sandakan, British North Borneo (today’s Sabah, Malaysia) at what she believes to be a hotel. At parting, Osaki's distraught and tragic mother gives her a kimono that she has woven by hand over the night before her daughter's departure. The kimono will be Osaki's most treasured possession forever. The establishment is actually a brothel called Sandakan No. 8. Osaki, who is sold as a young girl, works for two years as a maid, but is forced by the brothel’s owners to become a prostitute. Osaki stays at Sandakan 8 until World War II, and in that period she never experiences genuine affection outside of a brief romance with a poor farmer who abandons her when he comes one evening to the brothel and sees the disheveled and exhausted Osaki after an onslaught of service to a battalion of Japanese sailors recently docked at the town. When Osaki returns to Japan, her brother and his wife, who have bought a house with the money she sent them, tell her that she has become an embarrassment.
The Ceremony, 2h3
Directed by Nagisa Ōshima
Origin Japon
Genres Comedy-drama
Actors Kei Satō, Nobuko Otowa, Atsuo Nakamura, Taiji Tonoyama, Eitarō Ozawa
Roles Tachibana Takeyo
Rating74% 3.737963.737963.737963.737963.73796
The film begins with Masuo Sakurada receiving a telegram from his cousin Terumichi. He is traveling with his cousin Ritsuko to check out his cabin and see if the telegram is true. Masuo has a flashback to the ceremony on the first anniversary of his father's death, after he and his mother repatriated to Japan from Manchuria. Because his younger brother died before they returned from Manchuria, Masuo is expected to live for two sons.