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Umetsugu Inoue

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Years active  1952–1983
Name  Umetsugu Inoue

Role  Film director
Children  Emi Inoue
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Born  31 May 1923 (1923-05-31) Japan
Occupation  film director, screenwriter
Died  February 11, 2010, Minato, Tokyo City, Tokyo, Japan
Spouse  Yumeji Tsukioka (m. 1957–2010)
Awards  Japan Academy Prize for Special Award from the Chairman
Movies  Apartment for Ladies, Hong Kong Nocturne, Hong Kong Rhapsody, Midori haruka ni, The Third Shadow Samurai
Similar People  Yumeji Tsukioka, Mie Kitahara, Emi Inoue, Yujiro Ishihara, Toshio Masuda

Umetsugu Inoue: Japan's Music Man


Umetsugu Inoue (井上 梅次, Inoue Umetsugu, May 31, 1923 – February 11, 2010) was a Japanese film director and scriptwriter. He directed 115 movies, wrote 101 screenplays, and is credited with the original story for five films. In addition, he worked with all six major Japanese film production companies.

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His film work extended to Hong Kong, and he did the technical guidance for movies there from 1966 to 1970.

Apartment for Ladies


Filmography

Filmography of Umetsugu Inoue include:

Director

  • Jazz on Parade 1954 nen: Tokyo Cinderella Musume (1954)
  • Mittsu no Kao (1955) a.k.a. Three Faces
  • Hi no Tori (1956)
  • Nikoyon Monogatari (1956)
  • Shi no Jūjiro (1956)
  • Man Who Causes a Storm (1957)
  • Shorisha (1957)
  • Washi to Taka (1957)
  • Arashi o Yobu yūjō (1959) a.k.a. A Friendship That Causes a Storm
  • Ashita wa Ashita no Kaze ga Fuku (1958)
  • Subarashiki dansei (1958)
  • Yoru no kiba (1958)
  • Arashi o Yobu Gakudan (1960)
  • The Poem of the Blue Star (1960)
  • Shōri to Haiboku (1960)
  • Six Suspects (1960)
  • Gonin no Totsugeki Tai (1961)
  • The Man from the East (1961)
  • Heiten Jikan (1962) a.k.a. Closing
  • Hell's Kitchen (1962)
  • Hoseki Dorobo (1962)
  • Kurotokage (1962) a.k.a. Black Lizard
  • Ankokugai Saidai no Kettō (1963) a.k.a. Duel of the Underworld (暗黒街最大の決闘)
  • Bury Me Deep (1963)
  • Daisanno Kagemusha (1963)
  • The Night I Want to Dance (1963)
  • Yakuza no Kunsho (1963)
  • Ankokugai Odori (1964)
  • Modae (1964)
  • Gyangu Chōjō Sakusen (1965)
  • Kuroi Yuwaku (1965)
  • Yoru no Nettaigyo (1965) a.k.a. BGS of Ginza
  • Koi to Namida no Taiyō (1966)
  • Gekijo no Chibusa (1967)
  • Hong Kong Nocturne (1967)
  • King Drummer (1967)
  • The Brain-Stealers (1968)
  • Hong Kong Rhapsody (1968)
  • Kushiro no Yoru (1968)
  • Long Live Youth! (1969)
  • The Millionaire Chase (1969)
  • Apartment for Ladies (1970)
  • The Five Million Dollar Legacy (1970)
  • The Performers (1970)
  • Whose Baby Is in the Classroom? (1970)
  • Young Lovers (1970)
  • The Yellow Muffler (1971)
  • Lill, My Darling Witch (1971)
  • Sunset (1971)
  • We Love Millionaires (1971)
  • The Venus Tear Diamond (1971)
  • Ikare Doku Hebi: Moku Gekisha o Kese (1976) a.k.a. Cobra
  • Utareru Mae ni Ute! (1976)
  • Aitsu to Lullaby (1983)
  • Man Who Causes a Storm (1983)
  • Sources:

    Screenplays

  • Mōjū tsukai no shōjo (1952)
  • Sources:

    References

    Umetsugu Inoue Wikipedia