Savage Wolf Pack

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Savage Wolf Pack
Directed by Yasuharu Hasebe [1]
Screenplay byHideichi Nagahara, Ryuzo Nakanishi
Cinematography Shinsaku Himeda
Music byKoichi Sakata
Distributed by Nikkatsu
Release date
  • February 22, 1969 (1969-02-22)( Japan)
Running time
84 minutes

Savage Wolf Pack (Japanese: 野獣を消せ, Hepburn: Yajyū wo Kese) is a 1969 Japanese action film directed by Yasuharu Hasebe. [2] [3] [4] It stars Tetsuya Watari. [5] [6] [7] [8] The film is considered the first film called the Nikkatsu New Action Film. [9]


When the bounty hunter Tetsuya Asai returns from Alaska, he learns that his sister, Satoko, has been killed by someone. One day he happens to see a gangster man wearing a Satoko's pendant. [10]


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