Bokuzen Hidari1894 — 1971 Age: 77 years old
Bokuzen Hidari (左 卜全 Hidari Bokuzen, 20 February 1894 - 26 May 1971) was a Japanese actor and comedian born in Kotesashi Village (now part of Tokorozawa), Iruma District, Saitama Prefecture, Japan. He appeared in such films as Akira Kurosawa's Seven Samurai, The Lower Depths and Ikiru. Hidari was famous among Japanese audiences for his portrayals of meek, downtrodden men, and although a teetotaller, was renowned for his convincing drunk scenes (see esp. "Ikiru").
Tuesday, February 20, 1894, Tokorozawa, Saitama Prefecture, Japan
Wednesday, May 26, 1971
1950 ScandalDrunk 1951 The IdiotKarube 1952 IkiruOhara 1954 Seven SamuraiYohei 1955 I Live in FearLandowner 1957 The Lower DepthsKahei the Pilgrim 1958 The Rickshaw Man 1959 The Three TreasuresGod Amenominaka 1960 The Human VaporJiya 1960 The Sun's Burial 1964 Three Outlaw SamuraiSakusan 1965 Red BeardPatient A 1965 Gamera, the Giant MonsterOld Farmer 1965 Sanshiro SugataPriest 1967 Two in the ShadowLimited to the 15 most popular items