Masao Shimizu

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Masao Shimizu
Shimizu Masao and Takano Yumi.JPG
Masao Shimizu and Yumi Takano in 1955
Born(1908-10-05)5 October 1908
Tokyo, Japan
Died5 October 1975(1975-10-05) (aged 67)
OccupationActor
Years active1931-1971

Masao Shimizu (清水将夫, Shimizu Masao, 5 October 1908 5 October 1975) was a Japanese actor. [1] [2] His wife was actress Yumi Takano. [3] His first starring role in the film was in Momoiro no Yuwaku in 1931. [3] In 1947, he formed the Mingei Theatre Company. [3] Shimizu often work with Akira Kurosawa. [4] [3] He appeared in more than 250 films between 1931 and 1976.

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Selected filmography

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References

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