Ganjiri Nakamura

Actor - Japan
Born February 17, 1902
Died April 13, 1983

Mini-Biography:
Ganjiri Nakamura was born on February 17, 1902. He was Actor, known for Ukigusa (1959), Enj˘ (1958), Yukino-Jo Henge (1963), Ganjiri Nakamura's first movie on record is from 1957. Ganjiri Nakamura died on April 13, 1983. His last motion picture on file dates from 1963.

Ganjiri Nakamura Filmography [Auszug]
1963: [/ /1] Yukino-Jo Henge (Cast), Directed by Kon Ichikawa, with Kazuo Hasegawa, ,
1961: [/ /1] Kohayagawa-ke no aki (Cast), Directed by Yasujir˘ Ozu, with Michiyo Aratama, Setsuko Hara, Keiju Kobayashi,
1959: [/ /1] Ukigusa (Floating Weeds) (Cast: Komajuro Arashi), Directed by Yasujir˘ Ozu, with Machiko Kyo,
1959: [] Kagi (Cast), Directed by Kon Ichikawa, with Junko Kano, Machiko Kyo,
1958: [/ /1] Enj˘ (Cast), Directed by Kon Ichikawa, with Raizo Ichikawa, Tatsuya Nakadai,
1957: [/ /1] Donzoko (Na dnie) (Cast), Directed by Akira Kurosawa, with Kamatari Fujiwara, Kyoko Kagawa, Toshir˘ Mifune,

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