DAIBOSATSU TOGE (1966)

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Dai-bosatsu tôge (1966), a film by Kihachi Okamoto -Theiapolis Released in the USA on July 01 of 1966, «Dai-bosatsu tôge» (also known as ”Daibosatsu Pass”, ”Sword of Doom, The”) is an Action/Drama film directed by Kihachi Okamoto, and written by Shinobu Hashimoto and Kaizan Nakazato, starring Tatsuya Nakadai, Yuzo Kayama, Michiyo …

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I t was remade as a trilogy starring Chiezo Kataoka as Ryunosuke for Toei Studios in 1957-1959, quicky followed by the version starring Raizo Ichikawa, also as a trilogy, for Daiei studio (1960-1961), & last of all the internationally acclaimed version by Kihachi Okamoto widely known as Sword of Doom (Daibosatsu toge, 1966) which tells only the …

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Daibosatsu Toge (02:50) aka. Sword Of Doom (1966) 6. Kiru (06:55) aka. Kill! (1968) 7. Sengoku Yaro (02:13) aka. Warring Clans (1962) 8. Samurai (03:29) aka. Samurai Assassin (1965) 9. Shinsengumi (05:39) aka. Shinsen Group (1970) 10. Bakumatsu (06:30) aka. The Ambitious (1970) 11. Buraikan (02:12) aka. Outlaws (1970) 12. …

Daibosatsu tôge (1957) – IMDb

Jul 13, 1957 · Daibosatsu tôge 1h 46min | Drama | 13 July 1957 (Japan) Tsukue Ryunosuke is a master swordsman with an evil style, reflecting the evil in his heart.

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The Sword of Doom – Wikipedia

The Sword of Doom was an adaptation of Daibosatsu toge (lit. Great Bodhisattva Pass), a novel that has remained popular since its initial release, a year after the death of the Emperor Meiji, the ruler who oversaw Japan’s transition from hermetically sealed feudal state to modern nation.

Screenplay by: Shinobu Hashimoto