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Kiga kaikyō
Moving Image
Genre Form
Video recordings
video recordings
Detective and mystery films. fst01710476 (Source: OCoLC)
Feature films. fst01710384 (Source: OCoLC)
Fiction films. fst01710264 (Source: OCoLC)
Detective and mystery films.
Fiction films.
Feature films.
Japanese language films.
Identified By
Lccn: 2018392293
Color Content
black and white
Three robbers escape with loot from a heist, but during the escape, two of them are killed by the other one. Their dead bodies wash up on the shore after a maritime disaster, but a policeman, Yumisaka (Junzaburo Ban), becomes suspicious because they are not listed as passengers. The surviving robber Inukai (Rentaro Mikuni) is sheltered by a prostitute, Yae (Sachiko Hidari). In return, the robber gives her a large sum of money, and she is able to start a new life. The policeman follows Yae to Tokyo on the trail of the robber, but she refuses to cooperate with him. Many years later, Yae sees the man who had given her the money in a newspaper article. She tries to thank him, but because he has now become a respectable citizen, living under the name Tarumi, he kills her so that his secret is not known. Yumisaka, who was forced to resign from the police force because of his obsession with this case, and a young detective (Ken Takakura) pursue the clue they need to bring him to justice. --Wikipedia.
Intended Audience
Authorized Access Point
Uchida, Tomu, 1898-1970. Kiga kaikyō
Authorized Access Point Variant
内田吐夢, 1898-1970. Kiga kaikyō
Mikuni, Rentarō, 1923-2013. Kiga kaikyō
三國連太郎, 1923-2013. Kiga kaikyō
Takakura, Ken, 1931-2014. Kiga kaikyō
高倉健, 1931-2014. Kiga kaikyō
Tōei Kabushiki Kaisha. Kiga kaikyō
東映株式会社. Kiga kaikyō