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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Kō Nishimura (西村 晃 Nishimura Kō, 25 January 1923–29 April 1997) was a Japanese actor who appeared in supporting roles in such films as Akira Kurosawa's The Bad Sleep Well and Yojimbo, Kihachi Okamoto's Sword of Doom, Yoshitaro Nomura's Zero Focus, and Kon Ichikawa's The Burmese Harp (where he was credited as Akira Nishimura). Description above from the Wikipedia article Kō Nishimura, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.
Thursday, January 25, 1923, Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan
Tuesday, April 29, 1997
1956 The Burmese HarpBaba 1957 A Sun-Tribe Myth from the Bakumatsu EraKiyami no Shinko 1960 The Bad Sleep WellContract Officer Shirai 1961 YojimboKuma 1961 Pigs and BattleshipsYajima 1963 High and LowThird Creditor 1964 Intentions of MurderKoichi Takahashi 1965 Red BeardChief retainer 1966 The Sword of DoomShichibei, Omatsu's 'uncle' 1966 The PornographersDetective Sanada 1969 Goyokin 1970 Zatoichi Goes to the Fire FestivalMigi 1973 Lady SnowbloodPriest Dokai 1973 Hanzo the Razor: The SnareMagobei "Snake" Onishi 1978 Lupin the Third: The Mystery of MamoMamo (voice)Limited to the 15 most popular items