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, also known as The Road
, is a 1955 black-and-white Japanese film
The has a history that spans more than 100 years. Japan has one of the oldest and largest film industries in the world – as of 2009 the fourth largest by number of feature films produced. Movies have been produced in Japan since 1897, when the first foreign cameramen arrived...
directed by Hiroshi Inagaki
was a Japanese filmmaker most known for the Academy Award-winning Samurai I: Musashi Miyamoto, which he directed in 1954.-Career:Born in Tokyo as the son of a shinpa actor, Inagaki appeared on stage in his childhood before joining the Nikkatsu studio as an actor in 1922...
Production design was by Takeo Kita and Makoto Sono and sound recording was by Choshichiro Mikami. The lighting technician
Lighting technicians are involved with rigging and controlling electric lights for art and entertainment venues or in video, television, or film production. In a theater production, lighting technicians work under the lighting designer and master electrician...
was Shigeru Mori.
- Ryo Ikebe
was a Japanese actor. He graduated from Rikkyō University and originally wanted to be a screenwriter, but ended up debuting as an actor at Tōhō in 1941. He did not achieve popularity until starring in a series of youth films in the late 1940s...
as Naojiro Mikazuki
- Mariko Okada
Mariko Okada is a Japanese actress. She is married to film director Yoshishige Yoshida.Her father was the noted silent film actor Tokihiko Okada, who before his early death starred in Yasujiro Ozu's Tokyo Chorus...
- Akihiko Hirata
was a Japanese film actor. While Hirata starred in many movies , he is most well known for his work in the kaiju genre, including such films as King Kong vs. Godzilla, The Mysterians, and his most famous role of Dr...
as Horikoshi no Masakichi
- Katsuji Ichikawa as Kinosuke
- Eitarō Ozawa as Harashima no Tokutaro (Sakae Ozawa)
- Kamatari Fujiwara
Kamatari Fujiwara was a Japanese actor.Born in Tokyo, he was a long-time member of director Akira Kurosawa's stock company, making his first appearance in a Kurosawa film alongside Takashi Shimura in 1952's Ikiru. He continued to appear in Kurosawa's films until his death...
- Mitsuko Takao as Oriki
- Yoshio Kosugi as Iwataro
- Seijiro Onda
- Daisuke Katō
was a Japanese actor who appeared in over 150 films, including Akira Kurosawa's Seven Samurai , Rashomon, Yojimbo , and Ikiru, and Hiroshi Inagaki's Samurai Trilogy and Chushingura.-Filmography:* Bloody Spear at Mount Fuji...
- Kichijiro Ueda
- Akira Tani
- Minosuke Yamada
- Fumiko Honma
Fumiko Honma is a Japanese actress whose film work occurred primarily during the 1950s. She was born in Hokkaido...
- Sadayoshi Nakamura
- Tomeko Umayato
- Sonosuke Sawamura