|Aru yo no Tonosama|
|Directed by||Teinosuke Kinugasa|
Aru yo no Tonosama (或る夜の殿様, "Lord for a Night") is a 1946 Japanese film directed by Teinosuke Kinugasa.
1st Mainichi Film Award
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