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Akira Kurosawa : four samurai classics

Author: Akira Kurosawa; Criterion Collection (Firm)
Publisher: [Irvington, N.Y.] : Criterion Collection, ©2002.
Series: Criterion collection (DVD videodiscs)
Edition/Format:   DVD video : JapaneseView all editions and formats
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With the production of Seven Samurai (1954), the most popular and important Japanese film of its time, Kurosawa began a long and fruitful obsession with medieval Japan. From The Hidden Fortress (1958), which pioneered widescreen cinematography in Japan, to the samurai-for-hire pair of Yojimbo (1961) and Sanjuro (1962), which launched the "Spaghetti Western" in Italy, Kurosawa reinvigorated the samurai film genre and  Read more...
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Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Akira Kurosawa; Criterion Collection (Firm)
ISBN: 0780026314 9780780026315 0780020685 9780780020689 0780021959 9780780021952 0780022513 9780780022515 0780022491 9780780022492
OCLC Number: 754875722
Language Note: In Japanese with optional English subtitles.
Notes: Originally released as motion pictures in 1954, 1958, 1961 and 1962.
Description: 4 videodiscs (548 min.) : sd., b&w ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD; dolby digital; mono; widescreen format.
Contents: [No. 1] Seven samurai --
[no. 2] The hidden fortress --
[no. 3] Yojimbo --
[no. 4] Sanjuro.
Series Title: Criterion collection (DVD videodiscs)
Other Titles: Seven samurai.
Hidden fortress.
Yojimbo.
Sanjuro.
Four samurai classics
4 samurai classics
Responsibility: produced and directed by Akira Kurosawa.

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With the production of Seven Samurai (1954), the most popular and important Japanese film of its time, Kurosawa began a long and fruitful obsession with medieval Japan. From The Hidden Fortress (1958), which pioneered widescreen cinematography in Japan, to the samurai-for-hire pair of Yojimbo (1961) and Sanjuro (1962), which launched the "Spaghetti Western" in Italy, Kurosawa reinvigorated the samurai film genre and revitalized the American Western in the process. Presented here are Kurosawa's greatest samurai films, starring long-time collaboratior Toshiro Mifune.

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