|Died||October 7, 1973 62) (aged|
Masayuki Mori (森 雅之, Mori Masayuki, January 13, 1911 – October 7, 1973) was a Japanese actor and son of novelist Takeo Arishima. Mori appeared in many of Akira Kurosawa's films such as Rashomon , The Idiot and The Bad Sleep Well . He also starred in pictures by Kenji Mizoguchi ( Ugetsu ), Mikio Naruse ( Floating Clouds ) and other prominent directors.
|1945||The Men Who Tread on the Tiger's Tail||Akira Kurosawa|
|Sanshiro Sugata Part II||Akira Kurosawa|
|1947||A Ball at the Anjo House||Kōzaburō Yoshimura|
|1951||The Idiot||Akira Kurosawa|
|The Lady of Musashino||Kenji Mizoguchi|
|Older Brother, Younger Sister||Inokichi||Mikio Naruse|
|1953||Love Letter||Kinuyo Tanaka|
|1954||A Certain Woman||Shirō Toyoda|
|1955||Floating Clouds||Kengo Tomioka||Mikio Naruse|
|Princess Yang Kwei-Fei||Kenji Mizoguchi|
|The Heart||Nobuchi||Kon Ichikawa|
|The Eternal Breasts||Kinuyo Tanaka|
|1956||The Balloon||Haruki Murakami||Yuzo Kawashima|
|Elegy of the North||Heinosuke Gosho|
|1958||Night Drum||Tadashi Imai|
|1960||The Bad Sleep Well||Iwabuchi||Akira Kurosawa|
|When a Woman Ascends the Stairs||Mikio Naruse|
|Her Brother||Kon Ichikawa|
|Daughters, Wives and a Mother||Mikio Naruse|
|1961||As a Wife, As a Woman||Keijirō Kōno||Mikio Naruse|
|1963||Bushido, Samurai Saga||Tadashi Imai|
|Alone on the Pacific||Kon Ichikawa|
|1970||Zatoichi Goes to the Fire Festival||The Dark Lord||Kenji Misumi|
|1968||Ryōma ga Yuku||Yoshida Tōyō||NHK||Taiga drama|
|1970||Mominoki wa Nokotta||Date Aki||NHK||Taiga drama|
|1972||Shin Heike Monogatari||Fujiwara no Tadazane||NHK||Taiga drama|
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