Tatsuo Saito was born on June 10, 1902 in Tokyo. He was Actor, Director, known for Lord Jim (1965), Umarete Wa mita keredo (1932), Yogoto no yume (1933), Tatsuo Saito's first movie on record is from 1929. Tatsuo Saito died on March 2, 1968 in Tokyo. His last motion picture on file dates from 1965.
Tatsuo Saito Filmography [Auszug]
1965: [/ /1] Lord Jim (Cast: Hńuptling Du-Ramin), Directed by Richard Brooks, with Walter Gotell, Akim Tamiroff,
1950:  Munekata ky˘dai (The Munekata Sisters) (Cast), Directed by Yasujir˘ Ozu, with Hideko Takamine, Chishű Ryű,
1935: [06.15] Shunkinsho: Okoto to Sasuke (Okoto and Sasuke) (Cast: Toshitaro), Directed by Yasujir˘ Shimazu, with Kinuyo Tanaka, K˘kichi Takada, Sanae Takasugi,
1933: [06.08] Yogoto no yume (Every Night's Dreams) (Cast), Directed by Mikio Naruse, with , ,
1933: [01.14] Hanayome no Negoto (The Bride Talks in Her Sleep) (Cast: Saida), Directed by Heinosuke Gosho, with Kinuyo Tanaka, ,
1932: [/ /1] Umarete Wa mita keredo (I was born, but ...) (Cast), Directed by Yasujir˘ Ozu, with Chishű Ryű,
1929: [11.24] Tokkan koz˘ (Cast: Bunkichi, a kidnapper), with Yasujir˘ Ozu, Tomio Aoki,
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