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Seiji Miyaguchi (宮口 精二 Miyaguchi Seiji, November 15, 1913–April 12, 1985) was a Japanese actor who appeared in such films as Akira Kurosawa's Seven Samurai (as Kyuzo, the master swordsman) despite the actor's confession to have never handled a sword before the role, Ikiru as a yakuza boss from "restaurant row," and Masaki Kobayashi's Kwaidan. He died of lung cancer. Description above from the Wikipedia article Seiji Miyaguchi, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.
Saturday, November 15, 1913, Tokyo, Japan
Friday, April 12, 1985
1951 Early SummerNishiwaki 1952 IkiruYakuza Boss 1954 Seven SamuraiKyuzo 1956 Early Spring 1956 FlowingNamie's uncle 1957 Throne of BloodPhantom samurai 1957 Tokyo Twilight 1958 The Ballad of NarayamaMatayan 1959 The Human Condition I: No Greater LoveKyôritsu Ô 1960 The Bad Sleep WellPublic Prosecutor Okakura 1962 The InheritanceYoshida 1964 Pale FlowerFunada 1965 KwaidanOld man (segment "Chawan no naka") (uncredited) 1965 Samurai SpyJinnai-Kazutaka Horikawa 1967 Japan's Longest DayForeign Minister Shigenori TogoLimited to the 15 most popular items